use to defineIt suggests criteria the Welsh Office should use to define Green Belts, all of which should win CPRW's support.
attempt to defineIn a better attempt to define the intermediate diameter (I) of particles retained on sieves of specific nominal diameters (D sv ) Komar
able to defineI would defy anyone to be able to define Kenneth perfectly.
possible to defineIt is impossible to define poetry from within.
try to defineI do not think it would be helpful to try to define the point at which the court should be prepared to disregard the 16- or 17-year-old child's wishes to refuse medical treatment.
impossible to defineIt is impossible to define poetry from within.
do not define
need to defineOnce the unit of analysis has been identified, we need to define the population.
right to defineThe point is that the law demands the right to define the permissible exceptions.
difficult to defineThe concept of stress or strain is difficult to define (but see Gilleard, 1984).
define the limitsCriminal libel is unlikely to occur other than rarely, but is available to define the limits of acceptable behaviour.
hard to defineIn the previous chapter it was suggested that policies are complex phenomena which are hard to define with any precision.
define the extentVarious measurements have been advocated to define the extent of cranial settling.
do you defineI'd like to just bring you back to the first question you asked, which was how do you define sexual harassment.
should defineThe module referred to by BUILT-BY should define the file names which are a result of the building process.
define with greaterThat would have the advantages of specifying with precision what the parties have agreed, thus avoiding misunderstanding, and of enabling the justices to define with greater precision points at which they may have tentatively determined to depart from the agreed proposals (post, pp. 277H — 278B).
help to defineParents' child management and social skills, as well as their self-esteem, help to define who is at risk.
accurately defineMoreover, the crude preparation obtained was devoid of exonuclease activities and could be used to accurately define the nature of the cleavage products.