Definition Of determination


a tendency to move in a fixed direction.

Second, retained membranes and septic substances result in a determination of blood to the uterus.

firmness of purpose; resoluteness.

he advanced with an unflinching determination

the cessation of an estate or interest.

It however now seems clear, from a case in Yelverton, that the assignment by the tenant at will of his interest to a third party is no determination of the tenancy, unless the lessor at will have notice.

the controlling or deciding of something's nature or outcome.

genetic sex determination

the process of establishing something exactly, typically by calculation or research.

determination of molecular structures

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Example Of determination

  • determination of molecular structures

  • Among the important results of their study is the role played by education in the wage determination process.

  • And the union's determination to push its social agenda into schools is driving significant numbers of parents to withdraw their children from public schools.

  • At paragraph 16 of his determination the Adjudicator concluded that he accepted Dr Gallwey's assessment.

  • Chromosomal sex determination can also be more complex, with multiple X and Y chromosomes, or maternal, as in the carrion fly Chrysomya rufifacies.

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