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Definition of Abstractedly

Abstractedly
Abstractedly Ab*stract"ed*ly, adv. In an abstracted manner; separately; with absence of mind.

Meaning of Abstractedly from wikipedia

- An abstracting service is a service that provides abstracts of publications, often on a subject or group of related subjects, usually on a subscription...
- Cell Death & Differentiation is a peer reviewed academic journal published by Nature Research. BIOBASE/Current Awareness in Biological Sciences Biochemistry...
- architecture, with the triple-lobed footprint of the building based on an abstracted version of the desert flower hymenocallis which is native to the Dubai...
- poured-in-place concrete as both structure and exterior surface, and also for its abstracted cl****ical form language. Most radical is the church's crypt, with its...
- the sun, moon, stars, and heavens per standard cosmological symbology abstracted from that seen in traditional thangka paintings. Before the 20th century...
- that coastal town, or the Saint-Soleil School, which is characterized by abstracted human forms and is heavily influenced by Vodou symbolism.[citation needed]...
- anything. For example, the possible syllable shapes of Mandarin can be abstracted as ranging from V (atonic vowel) to CVNᵀ (consonant-vowel-nasal syllable...
- they denote (the designata) abstracted from the language user; and syntax considers only the expressions themselves, abstracted from the designata. Abstraction...
- of the containers, for the count; the shapes of the impressions were abstracted into stylized marks; finally, the abstract marks were systematically used...
- colonialism and state formation: "White, black, and brown are abridged, abstracted versions of colonizer, slave, and colonized." By the mid-seventeenth century...
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