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It’s trying to be descriptive, not prescriptive, and to give a sense of the way life has been lived, whatever way that has been.
What’s changed is whether or not we are prescriptive in trying to boil things down to a few numbers.
Publishers are learning to be less prescriptive about what their communities need.
This design is in no way prescriptive of what you should do for your own Forester, other Subaru models, or any other vehicle that you already have.
Admittedly, I wanted period tracking to be a fix, and to offer me a prescriptive path back to better fitness and strength.
In accordance with a prescriptive right, this remonstrance was received by the king in person on March 14.
No institution, no branch of legislature, no church, no prerogative or prescriptive claim has any rights against the Right.
Woman's prescriptive infirmity had stalked into the sunlight, which had clothed it in the freshness of an originality.
No merely prescriptive external rules, borrowed from society when the mothers were girls, can fully answer the purpose.
THE EDUCATION OF AMERICAN GIRLSANNA CALLENDER BRACKETT
A prescriptive government, such as ours, never was the work of any legislator, never was made upon any foregone theory.

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