One strategy of evaluation is to choose a fairly determinate poetic problem with a set of standard solutions, and then compare the ways that different poets handle that problem.
We see no reason why that should not be the determinate sentence that we now impose and we accordingly do so.
More recent studies have shown that this is not always the case: in several legumes with determinate nodules, bacteroids can divide and multiply after release from the host cell.
He knows better how every thing is likely to affect them, and his sympathy with them is more precise and determinate , than it can be with the greater part of other people.
Complex, highly integrated colonies, such as siphonophores, display a well defined colony shape with determinate growth.
Short determinate varieties generally follow the trends discussed, however, higher seeding rates will increase plant height and the lowest pod heights which may be an advantage for determinate varieties.
Well, I don't think you ought to really use the polls as a firm indicator of success or failure, because polls this far out really aren't that determinate .
Correction here is not the weeding out of false beliefs, but the development of a more discriminating set of concepts and the correlative ability to express these more determinate concepts in linguistically appropriate ways.
As stated, the priority doctrine does not specify a determinate principle but a family of principles.
The determinate sentence might be six weeks and yet he might be subject to one of these indefinite sentences which means he might not be released for the rest of his life.