English words and Examples of Usage
use "indulge" in a sentence
The greatest celebration a city could indulge
in on a solemn occasion was to play the Passion.
The characters seek out power and indulge
in lust, greed, and desires for revenge, which connects them
to characters in gothic novels like Walpole's Manfred.
Thus, for the
and thus results in an efficient power transfer.
inquiry (also known as grounded resear
ch) is a mode
l in which general principles (theories) are developed from specific observations.
By invoking such a system of typed metalanguages, along with an axiom of Reducibility - which by an inductive
assumption applies to the entire stack of languages - one may, for all practical purposes, overcome the obstacle of incompleteness.
It thus appears to the supply to be a capacitor, and could thus be used to correct the lagging power factor that is usually presented to the electric supply by inductive
In this situation, inductive
filters can be used to attenuate the X10 signals coming into or going out of the local area.
If the polarity of one coil is reversed so that M is negative, then the parallel inductance is nearly zero or the combination is almost non-inductive
Advantages and Disadvantages of CDI A CDI system has a short charging time, a fast voltage rise (between 3 ~ 10 kV/Ás) compared to typical inductive
systems (300 ~ 500 V/Ás) and a short spark duration limited to about 50-80 Ás.
Schrepp See Schrepp (2002) and Schrepp(2003) describes several applications of inductive
ITA in the analysis of depen
dencies between items of social science questionnaires.
In order to reach (ii), he appeals to Carnap's theory of inductive
probability, which is (from the Bayesian point of view) a way of assigning prior probabilities which naturally implements induction.
The argumentum ad populum can be a valid argument in inductive log
ic ; for example, a poll of a sizeable population may find that 90% prefer a certain brand of product over another.
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