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Name

A wealthy individual who provides a great deal of capital that underwrites the activities of Lloyd's of London. Names spread risk of insurance among themselves along with corporations. For most of Lloyd's centuries-long history, names had unlimited liability for any losses associated with being a name. Lloyd's introduced names with limited liability in 1994, and they have become increasingly important.
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However, with nameable stimuli, participants learned stimulus relations through boththe SP (e.g., Omori & Yamamoto, 2015a) and the SSP (e.g., Omori & Yamamoto, 2013b) procedures when stimulus durations differed (e.g., Takahashi et al., 2011) and ITIs were shorter (e.g., Omori & Yamamoto, 2013a).
In this process of "overloading the rhetorical circuits of such discourse" (Kaul 77), temporal and phenomenological boundaries collapse, disabling the possibility for reading history as chronological progression traceable to the intentions and decisions of nameable figures to whom we might assign blame or praise, to whom memorials might be erected.
That in our embers/Is something that doth live." Something--not trivial, but elusory; real, but barely nameable.
Listed we refers to a specific list of nameable people.
At some point during the approach, Pluto will transition from a world seen only fuzzily to one that has mappable, nameable features.
Instead, on this older outlook every nameable kind of existing thing, human, animate, and inanimate, is conceived not only as tending to maintain itself in existence but as proceeding towards a definite optimum state which is the specific good--or end appropriate for it.
(5) The instructive reason seems to be that pure intending or a pure act of intention as a private mental event is itself incapable even in principle of being practically individuated as a single nameable thing, as we learn from the private language argument which precedes the discussion of inventing games in Wittgenstein's text, and the unavailability of criteria of correctness for the naming of private sensations such as purported pain sensation S as an individual nameable object.
Unnamable Dao, the source of the universe is the basis of mysticism in Chinese philosophy; whereas, the Nameable Dao is the origin of all things, known as the describable Dao, the cause of experienced reality and mystery.
as the tight grip of old organising principles becomes loosened, as emotional experiencing thereby expands and becomes increasingly nameable within a context of human understanding, and as what one feels becomes seamlessly woven into the fabric of whom one essentially is, there is an enhancement of one's very sense of being.
It was who he was in the dark, cigarettes and mumbled sleep and a hundred other things nameable and not" (21-22).
It was important to the researchers to build reciprocity into the research process and to privilege Mushkegowuk social relationality, which was becoming more visible and "nameable" through the actual activities of the project.
But things are tired of being useful and exhausted by the power of the subject: "Things is a word that tends, especially at its most banal, to index a certain limit or liminality, to hover over the threshold between the nameable and the unnameable, the figurable and the unfigurable, the identifiable and unidentifiable" (Brown 4-5).