|NOUN || authoritativeness | - |
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- Some Christian denominations have additional or alternate holy scriptures, some with authoritativeness similar to the Old Testament and New Testament.
- From this analysis, Brown argues that the increasing authoritativeness of the state lessened the need and desire for the ordeal as an instrument of consensus, which ultimately led to its disappearance.
- These algorithms are generally based upon factors such as quality and relevance of the content, expertise, authoritativeness, and trustworthiness of the website and author on a given topic, good user experience and backlinks.
- This theoretically builds a subjective conception of the self, but as others intrude into the reality of that individual's life, this represents "objective" (intersubjective) data which may require a re-evaluation of that conception depending on the authoritativeness of the others' judgment.
- One of the earliest surveys are McCroskey's scales that have been used to determine authoritativeness (competence) and character (trustworthiness) of speakers.
- The "Jewish Encyclopedia" divides the Oral Torah into eight categories, ranked according to the relative level of authoritativeness, which are found within the Talmud, the Tosefta and the halakhic Midrashim.
- "Reference Reviews" wrote a review for the site in 2013, stating that it "certainly has its place among the librarians' quick reference websites" but that " the authoritativeness of the site entries is not completely evident.
- In United States legal terminology, a "dictum" is a statement of opinion considered authoritative (although not binding), given the recognized authoritativeness of the person who pronounced it.
- A type of coincidentia oppositorum was easily detected in the vigorous spiritual physiognomy of this worthy son of strong and gentle Croatia: the heart of a child and Hieronymic impetus, the tenderness of a mother and authoritativeness of a leader, acute and penetrating intelligence, resolute and fiery determination, warm generosity and Dantesque indignation”.
- His professional authoritativeness led the government of the time to ask his participation in international diplomacy, both in the promotion of economic relations in the Americas and in Mexico's particular interest to open economic and political links with Europe; thus he was awarded by the French Republic the medal of "Knight of the Legion of Honour" in 1901.
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