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Word: context

Definition: writings preceding and following the passage quoted; circumstance in which an event occurs


Sentences Containing 'context'

"Operation context" include times of war, conflict, or hostilities.
"Ringo the 4th" has a more dance-oriented context.
"Sp1" is a transcription factor most closely studied in this context.
After an initial surge of enthusiasm, the educational context changed rapidly.
As behaviors are repeated in a consistent context, there is an incremental increase in the link between the context and the action.
As explained in Context, using inheritance to play more than one role cannot be considered, because a class could not play two roles at the same time in such a context (cf.
But the show was about monsters, whether in a horror context or not.
Cautions on expanding the tort in the electronic context.
Covers are commonly used in the context of topology.
Depending on the context, it is equivalent to either the modern grade of Major general, or the grade of Brigadier General (mostly in historical context).
Each context had its own virtual address space.
Enumeration in countable vs. uncountable context.
Equivalents in English include: Context.
Family traditions in the modern context.
Homogeneity, in another context plays a role in cosmology.
I was naïve to think I could use that word in any context."
In doing so, he used the film as a context to explain his views on law and order:
In the context of composite metals is an alloy.
In this context it should not be confused with any physical crown.
In this context, a loyalty oath is distinct from pledge or oath of allegiance.
In this context, all written fiction may be viewed as narration.
In this context, enumerable may be used to mean computably enumerable.
In this context, feedback and output are often used interchangeably.
Instead, it should always depend on the precise facts and context concerned.
It always has a significant meaning in the episode plot or context.
It is awarded for the highest degree of distinguished services in an operational context.
It was in this context that Tom Gaudette entered community organizing in Chicago.
Later Eno remarked that his comment had been taken out of context.
Linguistic imperialism is often seen in the context of cultural imperialism.
McConnell's name, however, was not mentioned in this context.
Meanings are always someone's construction and depend on context and culture.
Sequences becomes important as in mathematics and linguistic context.
Some considerations, though, will be unique to the space context.
The content and context of sibling relationships varies between cultures.
The context register made no distinction between user and supervisor states.
The definition of homogeneous strongly depends on the context used.
The document is scanned directly in the context of the customer, in which it is to be placed or used.
The enterprise took place in the context of serious unrest in England.
The local history is placed in the context of wider events in Colombia.
The phrase is used in the context of unvalued women's knowledge.
The punishment imposed depends on the facts and the context of the case.
The term "intelligent" in this context dates from 1969.
The topic can be omitted when the context is clear, or shared between clauses.
The word "relay" appears in the context of electromagnetic operations from 1860.
There are several types of auctions possible, e.g. Context.
This also occurs in the context of photo-absorption spectrum.
This increases the automaticity of the behavior in that context.
This quantity is studied in the context of spectral graph theory.
Tumor context of vulnerability Variations by age.
When a word is preceded by a semantic context, the amplitude of the N400 is inversely related to the degree of semantic congruousness between the word and is preceding semantic context.

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