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Denotations are neutral. They're simply the literal dictionary definition of a word, and mobile's definition is able to move or be moved freely or easily, or relating to portable technology. The term you may be looking for is connotation, which is the positive or negative meaning associated with a phrase. Consider this: If I invite you to my cottage in the ...


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No, "Gen" meaning lawyer is unknown to most dictionaries. (However they have other definitions for "gen" so it is allowed to be played.) "gen" can mean "information". The OED says it originated as R.A.F. slang. Other dictionaries have also "gen" used as slang for "generation".


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In Lowry's 1928 letter to Aiken, the echoic phrase 'te-thrum' is an homage to Aiken's 1927 novel, Blue Voyage. In Blue Voyage, "te thrum" appears repeatedly in the narrator's internal monolog, as a representation of the sound of the narrator's heart in his ear. Thus, Lowry and Aiken both use "te thrum" to represent the sound of a blood ...


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How about domain ? I suppose this word is often used in mathematical parlance when suggesting a range of values. The domain of model outputs can be deterministic or stochastic.


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If you are talking about the process : The generation of the model outputs can be deterministic or stochastic. You could be referring to what is generated such as: The values of the model outputs can be deterministic or stochastic. Similarly if you really want to focus in on outputs as a whole: The distribution of the model outputs can be deterministic ...


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It's usually just called Hardware.


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uncooperative resonates with an early definition of emergence: The philosopher G. H. Lewes coined the term "emergent", writing in 1875: Every resultant is either a sum or a difference of the co-operant forces; their sum, when their directions are the same – their difference, when their directions are contrary. Further, every resultant is clearly ...


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