Of course these are derivative, too, almost as though Serra were his own pupil, or a forger of his own pieces.
The new idea of making the said Dorito shell spicier and adding a splash of lime is derivative at best.
Some of those owners are outside your country, so you don't even get derivative benefits.
Senate race, and why derivative swap trading is regulated by the House Agricultural committee.
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Marriage for money is the modern form or derivative of marriage by purchase.
The use of a Greek derivative gives notice that you are scientific.
Thus the tetracetate is a derivative to be reckoned with in the problem.
And this is equivalent to admitting the doctrine of "derivative creation."
The English language has no derivative noun from "mores," and no equivalent for it.
early 15c. (adj.); mid-15c. (n.), from Middle French dérivatif (15c.), from Late Latin derivat-, past participle stem of Latin derivare (see derive). Mathematical sense is from 1670s.
derivative de·riv·a·tive (dĭ-rĭv'ə-tĭv)
n.
Something obtained or produced by modification of something else.
A chemical compound that may be produced from another compound of similar structure in one or more steps.