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Word: valid

Definition: logically convincing; sound; legally acceptable; effective; Ex. valid reasoning/passport

Sentences Containing 'valid'

"samyaksaṃbuddha"), and therefore they admitted the path of a bodhisattva as a valid one.
"The consensus in the community of psycho-physiologists is that the P300 effect is valid."
A subspecies of "Anthus similis" from the Nilgiri region was named after her, but this no longer considered valid.
About half of the ichthyosaur genera today seen as valid were described after 1990.
Ace cannot be both high and low at once, so K-A-2-3 is not valid.
Again, research has not been done to prove this hypothesis as valid or invalid.
All the above formulas are valid for pure states formula_2 only.
All visitors must hold a passport valid for 6 months.
Alternatively, if the examiner's objections are valid and cannot be overcome, the application may be abandoned.
Each license is valid only in the province from which it was granted.
Each PFN in a TLB entry has a caching attribute, a dirty and a valid status bit.
Example: Valid time is the time for which a fact is true in the real world.
Figure 2 shows the valid tuning range of the syntonic temperament.
Further research is needed to determine whether it is a valid species or a synonym of another taxon.
He was convicted of driving without a valid licence and sentenced to five weeks in jail.
His contract was valid through the end of 2008.
Identify all valid business related regulations through inventory.
If relevant valid evidence is denied or falsified, an objective approach is impossible.
In every situation where equation (1) is valid, equation (3) is valid also—and not vice versa.
In the example above, the Person table gets two extra fields, Valid-From and Valid-To, specifying when a person's address was valid in the real world.
In the past, this variety has been called leonhardite, though this is not a valid mineral species.
It also has a natural occurrence of moissanite (SiC) and 23 other valid mineral species.
It denotes the time period during which a database fact was, is, or will be valid in the modeled reality.
Japanese people with valid passports, foreigners with both valid passports (this includes refugees with valid travel certificates and re-entry permits) and re-entry permits can use this system.
Nevertheless, it did serve as a valid experience, specifically in bringing the band back to earth.
Only the type species, "T. atherstonei" is now considered valid for this genus.
So for example 4-4-4-4-4 is a valid pierna, but a 4 cannot be added to it.
The 2 group is valid for the same period as the group that immediately precedes it.
The Bush campaign asserted that the oath was valid because the president was conducting a partisan campaign event.
The following taxa, currently considered to be valid, were named by Rochebrune.
The Ohmic dissipation by currents could be a valid alternative to explain the coronal activity.
The previous version of the Ukrainian passports will remain valid until their official expiration dates.
The remaining elements are left in a valid, but unspecified, state.
The Roman Catholic Church states that only baptisms performed using the Trinitarian formula are valid.
The United States prioritizes valid applications for resettlement into three levels.
Therefore it is very essential that the linking words have to be semantically accurate and valid.
Theresa's College may be valid but may be not be appropriate under this topic "Patron Saint".
These properties are valid only for integers m, for nonintegers the properties are similar but slightly different.
They said they did, and that whatever he should do in that behalf they declared rightly done, final and valid.
This assumption is typically valid in transparent media in the optical frequency range.)
This contradicted however the Aristotelian view of motion then valid in Europe.
This left valid users of the seal in a bind and generated further protests.
Those who made simple vows were obliged not to marry, but if they did break their vow, the marriage was considered valid.
Tickets were valid for two hours, from the next full hour after they were purchased.
Today, some "old wives' tales" have proven to be valid.
Travelcards are valid for any journey commencing before 04.30 on the day after it is due to expire.
Typically, the writing of an X used for this purpose must be witnessed to be valid.
Virtually all groups in the independent Catholic movement claim to have valid apostolic succession for their bishops.
You know that with bankers nothing but a written document will be valid.''
``In order to render an act valid, I must be certain of the approbation or disapprobation of my client.

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