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Google previewThe Problems of Communitarian Politics (1999)

Unity and Conflict by Elizabeth Frazer

ambiguous as regards whether spatial restrictedness is a criterion, and that, in any case, empirical research shows that most people—even those living in what look like 'communities such as rural settings, working-class housingestates, etc.

Google previewComputational Logic: Logic Programming and Beyond (2003)

Essays in Honour of Robert A. Kowalski by A.C. Kakas, F. Sadri

Domain restrictedness is a limitation that still leaves logic programs with expressive power to deal with interesting applications. At the same time, with this limitation, the grounding problem and the search for stable models can be solved ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Terms in Art. Edited and illustrated by F. W. F. (1870)

It must always represent completely and roundly, and leave nothing undefined; a certain restrictedness belongs to its character, but on the other hand great clearness. It is in its nature more directed to the quiescent, or the fixed; painting, more ...

Google previewA dictionary, Maráṭhí and English (1857)

by George Candy

by blending and familiarizing and destroying the restrictedness of words hitherto local or confined to classes and parties; and it has enlarged it not only without prescribing a boundary, but by inducing the persuasion, and the corresponding ...

Google previewA Dictionary English and Maráthí ... commenced by J. T. Molesworth ... completed by T. Candy (1857)

by James T. MOLESWORTH

by blending and familiarizing and destroying the restrictedness of words hitherto local or confined to classes and parties; and it has enlarged it not only without prescribing a boundary, but by inducing the persuasion, and the corresponding ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Terms in Art (1870)

by Frederick William Fairholt

It must always represent completely and roundly, and leave nothing undefined ; a certain restrictedness in its subjects, but on the other hand great clearness belongs to its character. Painting, which immediately represents light (in whose ...

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Scrabble value of R1E1S1T1R1I1C3T1E1D2N1E1S1S1

The value of this 14-letter word is 17 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.


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