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9 thoughts on “ Illusory

  1. a person who acts as though he or she knows everything and who dismisses the opinions, comments, or suggestions of others. a person who spends possessions or money .
  2. Significant illusory representation was observed in V1 superficial layer (t(16) = , p = Bonferroni corrected), but not in V1 middle layer (t(16) = , p = ), and post hoc.
  3. How to pronounce illusory. How to say illusory. Listen to the audio pronunciation in the Cambridge English Dictionary. Learn more.
  4. Diokno slams Andaya over illusory ' allegations!-- -- (congwebwirewidersreannilalolegen.coinfo) - January 4, - pm MANILA, Philippines Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno on Friday denied a lawmaker's allegations of budget anomalies, dismissing the claims as "illusory.
  5. Illusory promises are so named because they merely hold the illusion of contract. For example, a promise of the form, "I will give you ten dollars if I feel like it," is purely illusory and will not be enforced as a contract. It is a general principle of contract law that courts should err on the side of enforcing contracts.
  6. Oct 14,  · illusory (comparative more illusory, superlative most illusory) Resulting from an illusion ; deceptive, imaginary, unreal Enron's profits were all illusory.
  7. illusory promise n. an agreement to do something that is so indefinite one cannot tell what is to be done or the performance is optional (usually because it is just a gesture and not a true agreement). Therefore, the other party need not perform or pay since he/she got nothing in what he/she may have thought was a contract.
  8. Humans can perceive illusory or subjective contours in the absence of any real physical boundaries. We used an adaptation protocol to look for orientation-selective neural responses to illusory contours defined by phase-shifted abutting line gratings in the human visual cortex. We measured functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) responses to illusory-contour test .
  9. ‘The illusory nature of what we experience can be seen most clearly by examining the dream state.’ ‘The abolition of religion as people's illusory happiness is the demand for their real happiness.’ ‘On the negative side, it gives a false or illusory idea of oneself as indispensable in the eyes of other people.’.

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