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Similarly to how the sortable elements may be seen as certain regions in Braid(W), Theorem 3.
We say that w is [gamma]- sortable if and only if [b.
If such a permutation, [pi], is written in one line notation as [alpha]n[beta], then [pi] is sortable if and only if: each of [alpha] and [beta] is sortable (thought of as permutations of the values they contain); and each value in [alpha] is less than any value in [beta] (or simply [alpha] < [beta]).
Use our interactive to compare Texas to other states and our sortable tables to compare crime statistics in cities across Texas.
Sale items have already started posting and are all sortable by store, category, brand and price.
The data supplied to UIHC must be sortable by IP/OP/DRG/APC/CPT, etc.
The ACA Tracker not only makes rulemaking searchable and sortable, but allows for customized alerting across 23 topics and 28 regulatory and rulemaking entities.
Use our interactive to compare Texas to other states in categories such as violent crime, murder, rape and burglary, and use our sortable tables to compare crime statistics in cities across Texas.
The proof that NC(W) can be embedded as a sublattice of (W, ^) draws on nontrivial results about sortable elements established in [21, 22, 25, 26].
The Top Places to Work magazine also includes online extras, such as videos, sortable rankings and photo galleries.
Using a high-touch and proprietary data research process, journalists in the newsrooms of the Puget Sound, Portland, Sacramento, San Francisco and Silicon Valley Business Journals were able to secure this valuable information and put it into a sortable and searchable format.
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Texas politicians and political action committees, or PACS, regularly report their financial activities to the Texas Ethics Commission, and we've put some of their numbers into this sortable spreadsheet for comparison.