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[CM: Predicate calculus defines the logic of statements in which a predicate is applied to a variable or constant. A predicate is an operator that returns either true or false when bound to a variable or constant. In first order predicate calculus, quantifiers can only range over variables. (mathworld. Wolfram.com)]