use priori in a sentence.
That would a priori seem to confirm your hypothesisI'm not sure that a priori means what you think it means.
In other words, we should dismiss a priori the possibility of any racial correlates?
Obviously a-priori is obliquely making the point that BitTorrent is mostly used for copyright infringement.
Ventrilo's popularity is a priori evidence of how fucking dumb gamers are.
No anecdotes or data to support a priori dismissal.
Cherry-picked anecdotes and data to support a priori conclusions.
There's no way to know a priori without introducing some pretty onerous restrictions.
So you a priori don't believe what is stated in the resume.
How do you know, a priori, that they didn't deserve it ;)
I would agree with Linus that we should not have an a priori ideology, but I think his argument carves off quite a bit more than that, he's against unified architectures per se, not only ones derived a priori.
How do you know you're good at something a priori without spending the 10,000 hours to find out empirically?
Because it's still missing features that might seem essential if you decided what was essential a priori instead of empirically.
I would say that the (a priori) odds of this happening depend strongly upon how many tickets the lady bought.
Thanks a-priori, I used to be a Things user myself - I think it's a great app =].
I think he accepts it a priori as a historically persuasive letter, and he reverse engineers techniques from it.
Alzheimer and other dementia are also probably the result of an a priori prion-like phenomenon.
A similar idea, but executed in an even more interesting way can be found in the typeface Priori Acute, designed by Jonathan Barnbrook and released by Emigré in 2010.
Not really; in both cases you have people who don't know what they're talking about giving unsolicited advice the value of which nobody knows a priori ...