disjunction

[ UK /dɪsd‍ʒˈʌŋkʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. the act of breaking a connection
  2. state of being disconnected
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How To Use disjunction In A Sentence

  • Armantrout's short lines, use of rhetoric, aggressive lineation, disjunctions and juxtapositions, discursiveness, parataxis, and myriad condensatory techniques are all exemplary, but never overbearing. Seth Abramson: November 2011 Contemporary Poetry Reviews
  • As a first approximation, then, moral anti-realism can be identified as the disjunction of three theses: moral noncognivitism moral error theory moral subjectivism Moral Anti-Realism
  • For example, a family history of multiple relatives with Down syndrome suggests an inherited translocation, not sporadic non-disjunction.
  • Noise, perceived control, perceived freshness and misunderstanding all discussed as possible causes for the apparent disjunction.
  • Conjunction and disjunction signs could then be defined from the negation and conditional signs.
  • There was a great disjunction between the effect she thought she had on the world, and the effect she actually achieved. LEARNING TO TALK: SHORT STORIES
  • Béziau 2004, it was observed that by putting together the sequent rules for classical conjunction and the rules for classical disjunction, the resulting sequent calculus will (unexpectedly) prove the distributivity between conjunction and disjunction. Combining Logics
  • The radical disjunction between father and son in this scene (with the sign) is telling.
  • And there are several factors at work, but one of the most important, and one of the ones that has the most bearing, I think, in Australia, is the disjunction between what's happening in the economy and what's happening in society.
  • However, no investigation has been made into whether homologous chromosome pairs or bivalents with altered patterns of recombination events may also be at increased risk for nondisjunction in mammals other than humans.
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