pragmatic

[ prag-mat-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF pragmatic

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The Pragmatic Sanction was still observed as the law of the land.

"The pragmatic engineering approach, I imagine," Stanton said.

Genetic continuity is a background for pragmatic discontinuity.

The pragmatic thought is, nevertheless, inherent in any sign process.

The structure of the army embodied the structure of the pragmatic framework.

Peirce's pragmatic perspective was extracted from his writings.

There will be no right or wrong answer that is not proven so by the pragmatic instance.

The Pragmatic Sanction of Bourges embraces twenty-three articles.

Britannic Majesty has not been successful with his Pragmatic Army.

We need not raise the question of the pragmatic value of the problem.

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