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contradistinction Meaning in Bengali

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The term is frequently used in contradistinction to the term "voidable" and "unenforceable".

(typically its inferential relations with other expressions), in contradistinction to denotationalism, according to which denotations are the primary.

The term is used in contradistinction to professional academic or scholarly history writing which is usually.

It is a small table with one or two rows of drawers, so called in contradistinction to the tallboy or highboy chest of drawers.

In the 19th century, this designation was normally used in contradistinction to the paddle steamer, a still earlier form of steamship that was.

the joint are affected, the term "false ankylosis" has been used in contradistinction to "true ankylosis", in which the disease is within the joint.

In contradistinction to Maryland Wildlands, which may only be established or removed by.

because historically they did not clearly set forth this view in contradistinction to the Svatantrika view.

the revenue reserved for the chaplain (altarist or altar-thane) in contradistinction to the income of the parish priest — it came to indicate the funds.

Riccardi and Strozzi palaces in Florence are astylar in their design, in contradistinction to Palladio's palaces at Vicenza, which are columnar.

This translated as 'a wood in a wood' which may in contradistinction have meant a clearing.

Reference to Civil Law was not originally in contradistinction to Common Law, but to Canon Law, although it is true that Common Law.

Most commonly, it is used in contradistinction to a "walled-off" pus-filled collection (abscess), although a phlegmon.

of the body that do not actually exist, and never have existed, in contradistinction to phantom limbs, which appear after an individual has had a limb.

By contradistinction, the Italian word for a cathedral sensu stricto is cattedrale.

They may also be referred to as stuff gownsmen, in contradistinction to the silk gowns worn by Queen's Counsel (who are therefore also.

imitation of the artistic style of a different cultural background (in contradistinction to neo-, the imitation of a style of an earlier epoch).

Great Falls and Little Falls (about 5 miles downstream) are named in contradistinction to one another.

Weekly Dispatch and the story "is based upon duty to one's country, in contradistinction to the younger members devoting their leisure to sport".

Kingdom (and previously the Republic of Ireland) receive a fee in contradistinction to a payment, salary, or wage, and often use guineas rather than pounds.


distinction; differentiation;


sameness; low status;

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