All seem to agree that Goldstone was a determinant of Israel's relatively restrained attack against Hamas this time around.
Political pressure, economic resources and the ability to navigate into a Kafkaesque bureaucracy play a determinant role.
On 11 August 1947, he told the soon-to-be born nation that religion was not the determinant of Pakistani nationalism.
It belongs to the general type in so far as it is discussed above, but the roots of the determinant are in involution.
We have already indicated that soil is a determinant in the choice of varieties.
Now under these laws the Judgement is determinant, for it has nothing to do but to subsume under given laws.
For it is not a principle of the determinant but merely of the reflective Judgement.
If that proportion is altered, so also is the character of the determinant.
It follows that if two rows (or two columns) are identical, the determinant is zero.
Decomposition of a determinant into complementary determinants.
determinant de·ter·mi·nant (dĭ-tûr'mə-nənt)
An influencing or determining element or factor.