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negatory

mod. no; negative. Q: Are you going to leave now? A: Negatory.
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In other words, caught in an absolute dualism, which is mutually negatory, being made up of the extremes of the pendulum of history which negate one another (spirit versus matter), man loses the foundations of knowledge, both the spiritual and the materialistic: namely, alternately, cyclically, ad infinitum (the case invoked by Brownson above); or, even more seriously, simultaneously.
Given that the people who file the paperwork for a suppressor are the kind of law-abiding citizens that this country used to mostly be, there has to be a clerk somewhere who types in names, hour after hour, getting back "no response" or "no record" or whatever the software spits out as a negatory.
Places of worship are not negatory, but rather a complementary medium for all Egyptians to reach out to the one common creator.
2002) have established that child care based on harsh, remote and negatory attitudes has a negative effect on children's prosocial behaviors especially empathy.
1, February 2011), Anil uncovered a number of examples of pseudoantonyms in the realm of English negatory prefixes.
The negatory form of much of the judgment (it includes statements such as 'there is no point in examining that contention'; (143) '[t]he present case does not afford an occasion on which it is appropriate to consider these issues raised by the plaintiffs'; (144) '[t]here are two difficulties with these contentions') (145) restricts its capacity to have binding legal consequence beyond the present case.