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instantiation

/ (ɪnˌstænʃɪˈeɪʃən) /
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noun

the act or an instance of instantiating
the representation of (an abstraction) by a concrete example
logic
  1. the process of deriving an individual statement from a general one by replacing the variable with a name or other referring expression
  2. the valid inference of an instance from a universally quantified statement, as David is rational from all men are rational
  3. a statement so derived

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