Larousse Gastronomique I look to it for the definitive recipes and definitions, and also the photos.
Clusters of prefatory tags (“the ancient Greek philosopher Plato”) alternate with definitions of standard tropes and devices.
As Ronnie indicates below, there are instances where the two definitions of "creep" overlap.
As I went spelunking through the research literature, I found a huge variation in definitions.
Part of the confusion that Levine introduces may may also rest on his definitions.
It is also a defect that the definitions do not directly give quantitative characteristics of the spectra.
Let us avoid for the moment the treacherous territory of definitions.
In the dictionary I have looked up the definitions of junket.
Here is a choice of three definitions, but not one of them is by itself satisfying.
Since the content does not give us the differentiation we desire, we will abandon the definitions of psychology by content.
late 14c., "decision, setting of boundaries," from Old French definicion, from Latin definitionem (nominative definitio), noun of action from past participle stem of definire (see define).
In logic, meaning "act of stating what something means" is from 1640s; meaning "a statement of the essential nature of something" is from late 14c.; the special focus on words developed after c.1550. Meaning "degree of distinctness of the details in a picture" is from 1889.