Continuant

Con·tin'u·ant adjective Continuing; prolonged; sustained; as, a continuant sound. -- noun A continuant sound; a letter whose sound may be prolonged.
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Continuant

• (n.) A continuant sound; a letter whose sound may be prolonged. • (a.) Continuing; prolonged; sustained; as, a continuant sound.
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Continuant

A continuant is a sound produced with an incomplete closure of the vocal tract, that is, any sound except a stop (plosive). The traditional definition includes nasals. ==Source== ...
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Continuant

''That which continues to exist while its states or relations may be changing' (Johnson, Logic I, p. 199). The continuant is in Johnson's metaphysics a revised and somewhat more precise form of the traditional conception of substance; it includes, according to him, that residuum from the traditional conception of substance which is both philosophi.
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Continuant

[mathematics] In algebra, the continuant is a multivariate polynomial representing the determinant of a tridiagonal matrix and having applications in generalized continued fractions. ...
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