Similar words: for example, example, countertransference, counter, counterfeiter, encounter, countermand, counteract. Meaning: n. refutation by example.

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1. Even one

*counterexample*would give us a pretext to bring the rogue in for questioning.2. This will exclude the counter-examples, but it will also make knowledge a rare phenomenon at best.

3. It needs support from an explanation, in terms of the conditional theory, of how there can be such counter-examples.

4. An initial diagnosis of the Gettier counter-examples may be that it is just luck that Henry's justified belief is true.

5. Certainly, it is not a

*counterexample*of a solution for colliding waves without singularity.6. Recognising this paradox lends weight to the patriarchy thesis, explaining away many apparent counter-examples.

7. It's not really a

*counterexample*to the personality theory.8. Finally, a

*counterexample*is presented to illustrate the conclusion.9. In a sense this program is a

*counterexample*, in that it is never useful as a filter.10. There exists a

*counterexample*showing that a compact topological space is not necessarily a sequentially compact space.11. By a

*counterexample*, it is illustrated that a valuation on a module need not be prolongable on an extension module.12. This is the

*counterexample*set of the two arguments I gave you.13. Is software a

*counterexample*?14. Next, a waveform derived from the

*counterexample*is generated, and the user debugs the failure.15. As a

*counterexample*, Brown mentions a project using three persistence solutions: Spring, EJB and Hibernate.16. Whatever factors are suggested as to why people have bigger or smaller families,

*counterexamples*can be found somewhere in the world.17. Indeed it is its very innateness, given sufficient divergence between different languages, that make such

*counterexamples*seem possible.18. Okay I gave you another test. That was one test of validity and another test I gave you was in the argument is valid if and only is it's

*counterexample*set is inconsistent.19. So if we understand the argument in terms of the second interpretation, it looks as invisible. It looks all the argument still go through[sentencedict.com], Simmias'

*counterexample*fails.20. So if what Socrates means by invisibility is the first notion: can't be seen with your eyes, then the argument is not any good, harmony is a pretty compelling

*counterexample*.21. More detailed researches are focused on discussing the rationality and restrictive of DF problem in this paper and the typical exemplification and

*counterexample*are presented.22. If he could show us, he could convince us that harmony is not really invisible, then we would no longer have a

*counterexample*to the claim that the invisible can't be destroyed.23. Sometimes the best way to illustrate how to do something is by

*counterexample*.24. The paper advances analogism , a conception in several formals,

*counterexample*by converse analysis, geometry models and diagrams in mathematics teaching.25. However, GS may meet with its counter-example, and a noted feature of GS is the tolerance of its own

*counterexample*.26. Then, after the introduction and analysis of algorithm ASRAI we show a

*counterexample*of this algorithm and present a revised algorithm CHEN1 to eliminate the disadvantage of algorithm ASRAI.27. Now noticed if that's the way we interpret his argument, harmony works no longer as a

*counterexample*.27. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and make good sentences.

28. Socrates never says Simmias, here's what your objection goes wrong: harmony is not really invisible or can't be destroyed, whatever it is, so we don't have a

*counterexample*.29. The ideal convexity of functionals is introduced and studied in this paper, four relation theorems between convexity and ideal convexity and an important

*counterexample*are obtained.30. So the crucial point right now is that, thinking about harmony is offered as a

*counterexample*to the generalization that invisible things can't be destroyed.More similar words: for example, example, countertransference, counter, counterfeiter, encounter, countermand, counteract, countervail, counterfeit, counterpart, run counter to, counterpoint, over-the-counter, simple interest, counterculture, counterintuitive, counterinsurgency, counterproductive, counterrevolutionary, bounty hunter, countess, countenance, compound interest, ample, sample, trample, trampled, quota sample, random sample.