Definition of Determiners

1. Noun. (plural of determiner) ¹



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Definition of Determiners

1. determiner [n] - See also: determiner

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Determiners

determinates
determination
determinations
determinative
determinatively
determinativeness
determinatives
determinator
determinators
determine
determined
determinedly
determinedness
determiner
determiner phrase
determiners (current term)
determines
determinest
determineth
determining
determining(a)
determining factor
determinism
determinisms
determinist
deterministic
deterministic model
deterministically
determinists
determinization

Literary usage of Determiners

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1. Principles of Secondary Education: A Text-book by Charles De Garmo (1913)
"The inherent probability is that determiners come both from the egg cell and from the sperm cell, since offspring show characteristics of each parent, ..."

2. Readings in Evolution, Genetics, and Eugenics by Horatio Hackett Newman (1921)
"ARE determiners (GENES) CONSTANT OR VARIABLE? In our study of the causes of mutations we were forced to admit that we are almost wholly ignorant of the ..."

3. Oxford University Statutes by University of Oxford, George Robert Michael Ward, James Heywood (1851)
"Also, of the Speech of the Junior Proctor to the determiners. IT is enacted, that on Ash-Wednesday, or the first day of Lent, prayers and a Latin sermon are ..."

4. Genetics: An Introduction to the Study of Heredity by Herbert Eugene Walter (1913)
"It is not desirable at this time to discuss possible ways in which the determiners of the heritage, whatever they may be, are originally packed into the ..."

5. Educational Issues in the Kindergarten by Susan Elizabeth Blow (1908)
"Through our acts of voluntary attention we become the determiners of our - own selective interest, and choose for ourselves the ideas which shall rule our ..."

6. Heredity and Social Fitness: A Study of Differential Mating in a (1920)
"Again we may regard an occurrence of calculating ability as due to a number of determiners, a single dose of determiners producing a lower ability than a ..."

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