Oraciones con la palabra "semantics"

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Semantics en una oración (en ingles)

  1. Actions are purely semantics.
  2. Still, he shrugged off the semantics and answered.
  3. But this could no longer be a debate over semantics.
  4. The problem of semantics becomes increasingly clear.
  5. We would have the ability to interpret semantics and.

  6. This is no time for semantics, human, snapped the elf.
  7. Semantics quickly becomes an issue when one is reading Lindsay.
  8. This is just a matter of semantics, you are doing the same.
  9. Frank did his doctoral dissertation on the history of marital semantics.
  10. Several students called out in a staggered, collective voice, Semantics.
  11. The term: Addictive personality, is a mistaken concept and misnomer of semantics.
  12. In this context, awareness would be the capacity to interpret those semantics, and to.
  13. Semantics is the twisted logic and rationalization of human rats caught in a confusing maze.
  14. Some might call this an argument over semantics, but it is actually a very important distinction.
  15. Little did they know that she’d just spent the last hour concentrating almost exclusively on semantics.

  16. Curses follow the intent of the caster at the moment of casting; they do not play with semantics to match the words that were spoken.
  17. Semantics is an extremely important part of the Law of Attraction since it is among one of the most significant socio-spiritual laws in the universe.
  18. Today’s lecture focused on semantics, the meaning of language, the third of six classes on linguistics, her favorite series of classes for this course.
  19. If we look into the definition of what makes a language, we see that mathematics does have a grammar, syntax, tokens, and for some of us, semantics or meaning, thus meeting the criteria.
  20. We could unknowingly distort, through misinterpretation, the meanings of the words in the text of the verses, and consequently, the interpretation and understanding of the semantics of scripture, in both the Old and New Testaments.
  21. Now, how does “molester” hit you, compared to “butcher,” “ripper,” “strangler” and “killer”? Which act would you choose to be a victim of on the basis of those words alone? It’s “just a matter of semantics” all the blame-dodgers claim.
  22. Death by adventure seems a much more plausible and possibly more exciting way to go: eaten by a lion on an African Safari; Killed by an avalanche on a mountaineering expedition, whatever, perhaps it is just semantics, but does qualify as a misadventure? John Simmons it appears did take amphetamines on a regular basis.

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