As a result Middlesex presents a view of history that is as determinative and linear as you will find in any Greek myth.
In Middlesex history is not just determinative; it is also cyclical.
Uhry herself doesn't believe those qualities predict school success, but she thinks they are determinative in school admissions.
It may be determinative in its very nature, and admit of scepticism only at the expense of rationality.
In Egyptian hieroglyphics the symbol for stone is used as the determinative for Set.
The difference between 920 and 447 feet would have been determinative of grades.
According to the essays, it is the needs of a situation which are determinative.
It was probably his advice which was determinative in the scheme of operations finally adopted.
Here, too, the welfare of society is the determinative factor.
While ìd means primarily “water of the sea”, it is much used also as a determinative before names of rivers.