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  • Apartness — A*part ness, n. The quality of standing apart. [1913 Webster] || …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • apartness — index exception (exclusion) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • apartness — əˈpärtnə̇s, pȧt noun ( es) Etymology: apart (II) + ness : the quality or state of being apart : aloofness, isolation our own … grandiose apartness and air of exclusive ease … threatened to defeat us W.H.Hale …   Useful english dictionary

  • apartness — noun see apart II …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • apartness — noun a) The state or quality of being apart. b) The result or product of being apart …   Wiktionary

  • apartness — n. quality of being set apart, quality of being segregated; quality of being disconnected; distinctness, difference; individuality …   English contemporary dictionary

  • apartness — apart·ness …   English syllables

  • Apartness relation — In constructive mathematics, an apartness relation is a constructive form of inequality, and is often taken to be more basic than equality. It is often written as # to distinguish from the so called denial inequality , e, which is weaker. An… …   Wikipedia

  • apart — apartness, n. /euh pahrt /, adv. 1. into pieces or parts; to pieces: to take a watch apart; an old barn falling apart from decay. 2. separately in place, time, motion, etc.: New York and Tokyo are thousands of miles apart. Our birthdays are three …   Universalium

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