Rudolf P. 1891–1970, U.S. philosopher, born in Germany.
Rudolf. 1891–1970, US logical positivist philosopher, born in Germany: attempted to construct a formal language for the empirical sciences that would eliminate ambiguity
any of numerous cultivated varieties of the clove pink, Dianthus caryophyllus, having long-stalked, fragrant, usually double flowers in a variety of colors: the state flower of Ohio. pink; light red. Obsolete. the color of flesh. having the color carnation. Contemporary Examples Justin, a 4-year-old West Highland terrier from Long Island, was having his face hair-sprayed […]
a customs document allowing an automobile to be driven at no cost across international borders. Historical Examples The brothers carnet were regarding the two young men with pity. Chance in Chains Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull Mr. carnet desired us to have patience, and we should find some at the place where our caravan waited. […]
a traveling amusement show, having sideshows, rides, etc. any merrymaking, revelry, or festival, as a program of sports or entertainment: a winter carnival. the season immediately preceding Lent, often observed with merrymaking; Shrovetide. Contemporary Examples Their attitude, Lipsyte says, was, “We’re all of the carnival, and the rubes”—aka, the readers—”are out there.” On the Peninsula […]
- Captive market
noun a group of consumers who are obliged through lack of choice to buy a particular product, thus giving the supplier a monopoly Contemporary Examples They have a captive market, after all–if you want to do well in a course, it’s hard not to buy the textbook. No Matter What the Supreme Court Decides, Textbooks […]