The fact is, however, that no one has been able to come up with pragmatic ways to implement these kinds of policies.
It was a declaration of independence from the professional left and a statement of principle from a pragmatic progressive.
Because this pragmatic nationalism should not at all infringe on their rights to live in safety and dignity.
A pragmatic Israel will likely find in a pragmatic Morsi an address for mutually beneficial problem solving.
We are willing to find practical, pragmatic solutions to all those issues [that we have].
This associated the function of dissemination through language to the function of validation in the pragmatic context.
The pragmatic Sanction was still observed as the law of the land.
Is there an Absolute in the realm of humor, or must our jokes be judged solely by the pragmatic test?
"The pragmatic engineering approach, I imagine," Stanton said.
Dynamic tensions between scale and the elements defining the underlying structure lead to changes in the pragmatic framework.
1610s, "meddlesome, impertinently busy," short for earlier pragmatical, or else from Middle French pragmatique (15c.), from Latin pragmaticus "skilled in business or law," from Greek pragmatikos "fit for business, active, business-like; systematic," from pragma (genitive pragmatos) "a deed, act; that which has been done; a thing, matter, affair," especially an important one; also a euphemism for something bad or disgraceful; in plural, "circumstances, affairs" (public or private), often in a bad sense, "trouble," literally "a thing done," from stem of prassein/prattein "to do, act, perform" (see practical). Meaning "matter-of-fact" is from 1853. In some later senses from German pragmatisch.