The Pentagon and CIA work constantly with their Israeli counterparts to ensure Israel's qualitative edge.
Preserving that qualitative edge enjoys broad bipartisan support in the United States.
The approach she takes in her book is what is known in psychological research as a “qualitative” study.
For us, there was a big kind of qualitative leap on this record.
qualitative tests demonstrated the presence of antipyrin, free boric acid and sodium borate.
It has always been known that there is qualitative relation.
In this way Marx attains to the qualitative notion of the income of capital, or explains whereof that income effectively consists.
That this is only quantitative, not qualitative, he has already shown.
Even before the mother gives birth to the child, the little one receives a name with a qualitative, according to sex.
(a) The composition (qualitative and quantitative) of the particular alloys.
early 15c., "that produces a (physical) quality," from Medieval Latin qualitativus "relating to quality," from stem of Latin qualitas "a quality, property, nature" (see quality). Meaning "concerned with quality" is from c.1600 in English, from French qualitatif or Medieval Latin qualitativus. Related: Qualitatively.