penderfyniad, benderfyniad, phenderfyniad, benderfyniadau, mhenderfyniad, mhenderfyniadau, penderfyniadau, phenderfyniadau
Noun(1) the act of determining the properties of something, usually by research or calculation(2) the quality of being determined to do or achieve something; firmness of purpose(3) a position or opinion or judgment reached after consideration(4) deciding or controlling something's outcome or nature(5) the act of making up your mind about something
(1) Thus during the war a lease could have been granted for 10 years with a provision for determination if the war ended earlier, and this would satisfy the rule in Lace v Chantler.(2) For he explained the process of wage determination in full, whereas the later version was simply a theory of the demand for labour.(3) The key is that their development should be a matter for local determination .(4) In some dioecious species, sex determination is controlled by genes on sex chromosomes.(5) When sex determination is under zygotic control, the probability of an individual being male depends upon its genotype rather than that of its mother.(6) genetic sex determination(7) They haven't been particularly good, but there has been a robustness and determination to them; qualities lacking earlier in the season.(8) Since he was elected president of the Russian Federation, he has often publicly assured journalists of his determination to respect their independence.(9) This fundamental research work enables the determination of biological endpoints, which can be used to set up in vitro tests.(10) The image of God in which man was created did not consist in an inclination and determination of the will to holiness.(11) It however now seems clear, from a case in Yelverton, that the assignment by the tenant at will of his interest to a third party is no determination of the tenancy, unless the lessor at will have notice.(12) He has the grit and determination to drive the atomic research centre towards its stated goal.(13) Postpartum interval was calculated by the determination of plasma progesterone concentrations.(14) Her trainers believe that she has the ability, commitment and determination to realise her Olympic dream but she will need a little financial help to get there.(15) Is Ontario the appropriate and convenient forum for determination of the issues raised and claims advanced by Banks in his amended statement of claim?(16) And the union's determination to push its social agenda into schools is driving significant numbers of parents to withdraw their children from public schools.
1. resolution ::
2. setting ::
3. calculation ::
4. conclusion ::
5. finding ::
6. purpose ::
1. hesitation ::
2. indecision ::
3. vacillation ::
Different Formsdetermination, determinations
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