Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Enumerated Similarity States - 1: Unessivity

Daerthropes can contain a number of base activant settings. Some of these have an Enumerated Similarity State Index Value (ESSIV) that determines how one daerthrope may be compared against another. The first of the five settings under consideration is:

Unessivity

Within a vasque, daerthropes that have an activated primary ESS are ranked so that only those with a superior Index Value may remain within that part of the globinscular region affected by the vasque. Note that this restriction only applies to autoglobic and phlabaglobic daerthropes within the globinscular region, not to daerthropes found within embrophemes.

Such daerthropes are superunessive to those with an inferior ESSIV.

All daerthropes encountered to date have this ESS.

The most obvious example of unessivity is within the nidroment. The nidroment is a vasque defined by the nidegral orb, which is an ebaschulent embropheme. Within the nidroment, part of the globinscular region extends into the nolar chain, and it is here the daerthrope nolarin is found. Nolarin is superunessive to all other daerthropes, so they are excluded from the nidroment.


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