Definition of determination in English:
- His leadership qualities and determination to challenge capitalism earned him lasting respect from all who knew him, particularly in his role as union steward and factory convenor.
- They haven't been particularly good, but there has been a robustness and determination to them; qualities lacking earlier in the season.
- His determination to improve the quality of colonial workmanship and to impose a businesslike system of payments incurred many enemies.
- Explanation is substituted for deduction, prediction, solution, determination and calculation as the objectives of science.
- To date, this has hindered determination of the molecular structure of the pigments.
- However, proteins sharing the same fold can have different functions, and structure determination and analysis will not always mean that function can be derived.
- It would be artificial to do so in the circumstances, pending the arbitrators' determination of the matters that are within their jurisdiction.
- It does, however, with the authority of the Act, lay the ground for enforcement by the provision that until final determination of the dispute the decision is binding.
- So far as our claim for damages pursuant to those undertakings are concerned, the order I seek is for it to be remitted to a judge for determination.
- Since that time the applicants have been contesting that determination.
- I have to say that I find the Agency's stance on the Wretton determination surprising.
- At paragraph 16 of his determination the Adjudicator concluded that he accepted Dr Gallwey's assessment.
- The gene doublesex of Drosophila is the last gene in the genetic cascade that controls sex determination.
- Hence, Sxl does not appear to play the key discriminating role in controlling sex determination and dosage compensation in sciarids that it plays in Drosophila.
- This indicates that the maternal Odsm1 genotype itself, rather than the genotype of the offspring, controls the sex determination.
- 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.
- 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.
- Second, retained membranes and septic substances result in a determination of blood to the uterus.
- The image of God in which man was created did not consist in an inclination and determination of the will to holiness.
Late Middle English (in the senses 'settlement of a controversy by a judge or by reasoning' and 'authoritative opinion'): via Old French from Latin determinatio(n-), from the verb determinare (see determine).
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