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Definition of Indeterminately
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Literary usage of Indeterminately
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1. Elements of Algebra by William Smyth (1836)
"... by two or more units, than the number of unknown quantities; the problem is then said to be indeterminately indeterminate or more than indeterminate. ..."
2. A Treatise on Obligations: Considered in a Moral and Legal View by Robert Joseph Pothier (1802)
"But in the obligation to give you a horl'e indeterminately, no individual horii; being due, and every horie being in facilitate ..."