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Definition of Abstractively

Abstractively
Abstractively Ab*strac"tive*ly, adv. In a abstract manner; separately; in or by itself. --Feltham.

Meaning of Abstractively from wikipedia

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- getAbstract, founded in 1999, is a Swiss and US-based corporation that creates abstracts of a range of books and articles for business customers. This...
- A graphical abstract (or visual abstract) is a graphical or visual equivalent of a written abstract. Graphical abstracts are a single image, designed to...
- programming languages, an abstract type is a type in a nominative type system that cannot be instantiated directly; a type that is not abstractwhich can be instantiated...
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