Sine qua non
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Definition of the noun sine qua non
What does sine qua non mean as a name of something?
- a prerequisite
Alternative definition of the noun sine qua non
- An essential or indispensable element, condition, or ingredient.
- synonym: prerequisite
- [legal] a test used to establish causation in fact.
- Sine Qua Non is a California cult winery known for its Rhône style blends, a tendency to avoid repetition, and a very limited production of wine that is highly difficult to obtain, with 100% of all releases allocated and directly sold to a carefully managed mailing list. The mailing list has by some measures a five- to ten-year waiting list. The winery is located in Ventura County, within the Central Coast AVA.
- also known as SQN
- Sine Qua Non is a record label.
- "Sine Qua Non" is a musical album of Yudhisthira.
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- "Sine Qua Non" is a musical EP of Boy Del Mundo.
- released on (5 years ago)
Sine qua non or condicio sine qua non refers to an indispensable and essential action, condition, or ingredient. It was originally a Latin legal term for "[a condition] without which it could not be", or "but for..." or "without which [there is] nothing".
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by Stephen Mumford, Rani Lill Anjum
Sine qua non means without which not, which does not look to be the same as a causal connection. Similarly, John's extra speed counterfactually depends on the Big Bang but arguably the Big Bang didn't cause it. It was merely a necessary ...
by M. J. Trebilcock, Robert Howse
While this approach allows regulatory control to be retained at the level of Member States, a sine qua non is the setting of minimum, community- wide standards for regulation .
by Lawrie Reznek
Martin Hollis argues that any translation needs a “bridgehead” of shared true beliefs to get started, and that these are to be found in simple observational judgments: “The sine qua non is a bridgehead of true assertions about a shared reality.
The Collected Works of Edith Stein, vol 10 by St. Edith Stein
[Conditio sine qua non is a technical term in philosophy. It means “necessary condition” or, literally, “condition without which not.”] 138. [Gemeinwesen, “ commonwealth,” is literally “common essence.” Compare Gemeinschaft, “ community.
Applying Pathological Findings in Therapeutic Decision Making by Richard L. Kradin
Sarcoidosis The sine qua non is the presence of nonnecrotizing granulomas. Non- or minimally necrotizing granulomatous inflammation Lymphangitic patterns of infiltration Upper lobe predominance Hilar and mediastinal ...
Patinages: Piano Part (1983)
by Christopher Bunting
Naturally, the sine qua non is the possession of a refined 'ear';. Alas, this is not as common as one would wish. Further, it is one's experience that the standard of much aural training is low at present, and that this is only partially due to the ...
An Integrated Perspective by Peter N. Nemetz
If sustainable development is indeed to be achieved, it can also be argued that the sine qua non is the education of the emerging business elite in the fundamental principles of sustainability, for only with the active engagement of the business ...
The conditio sine qua non is the availability of consistently good vaccines. Without standardization of vaccines, it seems difficult to formulate general vaccine recommendations. Effort should be directed to improving and standardizing the ...
by Esteban Domingo, Colin R. Parrish, John J. Holland
An additional conditio sine qua non is the property to act as an encoded instruction for the reproduction process. It is useful to remain rather vague as far as the nature of this instruction is concerned, because there are many possible solutions ...
The proposition to place in such board a “ representation of physicians ” as the sine qua non is an idea cut off from the same piece. That medical men should be eligible to such positions, is self-evident; but that they should be a privileged class ...
A Social Theory of Science and Knowledge by Stephan Fuchs
nevertheless concludes that for interpretivism, "the sine qua non is a commitment to seeing the social world from the point of view of the actor, a theme which is rarely omitted from ...
Medical Century (1900)
The National Journal of Homœopathic Medicine and Surgery by Willis Alonzo Dewey
But the conditio sine qua non is an absolute freedom of the adnexa. The tubes were not observed to ...
by Marc Cools, Marleen Easton, Brice De Ruyver, Lieven Pauwels
A conditio sine qua non is an efficient system of information- exchange. The extent to which the EU is issuing legislation in that regard, and the extent to which ...
Papers and Proceedings of the ... General Meeting of the American Library Association Held at ... (1907)
" Our books then are secondary — the sine qua non is the teacher. "How can an inanimate mechanical gerund grinder foster the growth of anything; much ...
by American Library Association
Our books then are secondary—the sine qua non is the teacher. “How can an inanimate mechanical gerund grinder foster the growth of anything; much more mind which grows, not like a vegetable (by having its roots littered with etymological ...
Terms, Concepts, and Examples by C.J. Date
value substitutability, is logically implied by inheritance and is thus a sine qua non. Feature (b), compile time type checking, is highly desirable but can' t be achieved 100 percent (see TREAT). Feature (c), mutability, is a sine qua ...
by Gregory T. Howard
sine qua non of rhetoric: the art of linguistically or symbolically ...
A Resource for Readers and Writers by Gabriel Adeleye, Kofi Acquah-Dadzie
sine qua non n., pl. sine qua nons [L. sine without (1); qua which (2); non not (3): without which not.] Something considered essential or indispensable. Air is a sine qua non for human existence. —adj.
by Diagram Group
sine qua non A Latin phrase meaning without which nothing, used to mean something that is absolutely essential.
by Bryan A. Garner
sine qua non Isl-nee-kwah-nonl (L. "without which not") = an indispensable condition or thing. This LATINISM is common in both lay and legal writing ...
A Dictionary of Quotations from Various Authors in Ancient and Modern Languages, with English Translations ... (1831)
by Hugh Moore
Sine qua non. (Lat.) — " Any thing on which the performance, or existence, of another thing depends." Any condition that is indispensable, or ingredient that is absolutely necessary. — M.D. 3932. Sine virtute esse ainicitia nullo pacto potest ...
Volume 11: Agriculture and Industry by Melissa Walker, James C. Cobb
Racial accommodation and sectional reconciliation would do much to guarantee the sine qua non of the New South program: the development of an industrial economy that would restore prosperity and prominence to the region. During the ...
by Michael Byram, Adelheid Hu
argumentation, explanation, exemplification, definition, and so on; it emphasises that for all vulnerable learners the absolute transparency of objectives is a sine qua non if the discrimination produced by hidden agendas is to be avoided.
Asian Horror Encyclopedia (2001)
Asian Horror Culture in Literature, Manga, and Folklore by Laurence Bush
P Lovecraft held that atmosphere was the sine qua non of horror fiction. Here Hearn writes about the same atmosphere. The horror tale looks toward the past, as science fiction looks toward the future.
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