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The above time similarity in which interval was valid is mainly determined by the time freeness [xi], because the standard deviation is the best way to evaluate time fluctuations, we can define its standard deviation as the time freeness [xi], which implies
[19] International Organization for Standardization (ISO), "Determination of drainability part 2: "Canadian standard" freeness method," in Paper, Board and Pulps, ISO 5267-2, International Organization for Standardization, Geneva, Switzerland, 2001.
Arrangements of hyperplanes and their freeness I, II.
It is interesting to note that there were increment in pulp freeness and reduction in the pulp strength when the same chitosan prepared was added from the first day up to the fifth day.
While such a comparative or sequential style of criticism reading is unexpectedly productive, its freeness contrasts with Regier's deliberate close-reading of Wordsworth, which can feel plodding at times.
While not doubting the freeness of some of these elections, the point in question is not about being voted in for several terms, but the effect it has on the power syndrome of an individual and the impaired judgement of those who wield such power.
This acts directly on the spool to set the "freeness" of the spool's rotation.
Fredrik: It's the approach to music that matters, the raw freeness that we like.
Also there is freeness in the varieties of medicine for the same disease, the sick are not confined to one healer, and they can move from one practitioner to another seeking for cure; sometimes from one ethnic group to another.
The beauty of Racing Post Greyhound TV is it's freeness - you will have certain top-class entertainment at home without having to spend a penny.
Although Froberger helped to constitute the rules of the genre, his music has a freeness about it which indicates that many pieces originated as a result of improvisation before the audience and reveals his sense of humour - he composed, for example, a fantasia whose theme is the first six notes of the scale, which is wittily countered by the improvisation of Jaroslav Tuma, who also took the scale, in his case in the descending order, as the basis for a passacaglia.
He wrestled with justice, that thou mightest have rest; He wept and mourned, that thou mightest laugh and rejoice; "He was betrayed, that thou mightest go free; was apprehended, that thou mightest escape; "He was condemned, that thou mightest be justified; and was killed, that thou mightest live; "He wore a crown of thorns, that thou mightest wear a crown of glory; and was nailed to the cross, with His arms wide open, to show with what freeness all His merits shall be bestowed on the coming soul; and how heartily He will receive it into His bosom?
- Monetary system without restrictions or obstacles that limit the freeness of the investor's decision.
Such enforced intimacy is a pulse that propels the reader through the poem: "the spiked municipalities rationed their handouts / of free bread, free bicycles, free bracelets / free sugars, free plastics, free razor blades, / free bullets, free coverings, free enclosures, / free fences, free, free, absolutely free freeness." This subtle shift from the excesses of freedom--imagined as more and more stuff without the hindrance of responsibility--to the constrictions of enclosure typifies Dionne Brand at her best: impassioned politics and imaginative, passionate poetry.
Participants of the July 2008 conference share recent research on affine transformation crossed product type algebras and noncommutative surfaces, C*-algebras associated with iterated function systems, extending representations of normed algebras in Banach spaces, and freeness of group actions on C*-algebras.