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Example sentences for determinate

It seems some phenomena are determinate within some margin of error.
For this reason, politics must refuse itself a determinate theory of the human being and the human good.
At the same time, it is a much vaguer, less determinate concept.
No, sooth, sir: my determinate voyage is mere extravagancy.
The mental structure is even less determinate than the bodily.
From their diversity in this particular, arises the first determinate difference between the moral relations of each.
We are also asked to review a unified sentence of twenty-five years with seven years determinate for robbery.

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