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* Formally, an insect of the order Hemiptera, known as the " true bugs "
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Formally speaking, a collation method typically defines a total order on a set of possible identifiers, called sort keys, which consequently produces a total preorder on the set of items of information ( items with the same identifier are not placed in any defined order ).
* Nuclear bunker buster: Formally known as the Robust Nuclear Earth Penetrator ( RNEP ), this program aimed to modify an existing gravity bomb to penetrate into soil and rock in order to destroy underground targets.
Formally, an nth order approximation is one where the order of magnitude of the error is at most, or in terms of big O notation, the error is
Formally, a mortgage lender ( mortgagee ), or other lien holder, obtains a termination of a mortgage borrower ( mortgagor )' s equitable right of redemption, either by court order or by operation of law ( after following a specific statutory procedure ).
Formally, the 1772 Constitution was adopted by the Parliament ( Riksdag ) on 21 August 1772, but this took place as members of the Parliament and the Privy Council were under threat by the royal garrison on order by King Gustav III outside of Stockholm Palace, where the Parliament and Privy Council were assembled in different parts of the palace.
Formally, the Fleet's Commander was to be appointed by a joint order of the two countries ' Presidents.
Formally, an " Order in Council " is an order by the King or Queen at a meeting of the Privy Council, roughly equivalent to an Executive Order in the United States, by which the British government decrees policies.
Formally, the power to appoint members of the Vorstand lies with the Aufsichtsrat, which can appoint members with a two-thirds majority vote of approval, or a simple majority if multiple rounds of voting are required in order to reach a decision.
Formally and known
Formally, the base is known as Naval Support Facility Diego Garcia ( the US activity ) or Permanent Joint Operating Base ( PJOB ) Diego Garcia ( the UK's term ).
Formally named " United Press Associations " for incorporation and legal purposes, but publicly known and identified as United Press or UP, it was created by the 1907 uniting of three smaller news syndicates by the Midwest newspaper publisher E. W. Scripps.
Formally known as the " Six and A Half Point Pole " form, this is the second to last form of the system.
Formally known as the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie ( OIF ) or the International Organization of the Francophonie, the organization comprises 56 member states and governments, 3 associate members, and 19 observers.
Formally known as the Kingfisher Pier, the Pier at Garden City is one of the most renowned attractions in Garden City, SC.
Formally known as Bootle-cum-Linacre, the town is < span style =" white-space: nowrap "> 4 miles ( 6. 4 km )</ span > to the north of Liverpool city centre, and has a total resident population of 77, 640.
Formally known as Motion Picture Distribution LP, it was re branded and relaunched in 2007 due to the break-up of its preceding company, Alliance Atlantis, which was sold off piece by piece to Canwest Global, GS Capital Partners, along with several other smaller companies.
Formally known as Sportsdesk, it was re-vamped to closer resemble ESPN's own SportsCenter ( including the use of its theme music, logo, and opening ) in the Fall of 2001 as part of a corporate restructuring, closer aligning itself with new minority owner ESPN.
Formally known as the Inverurie Parish Church, a split in Church of Scotland over the appointment of ministers in 1843 ( The Disruption ) led to the creation of the West Parish Church ( known locally as " The West Kirk ") which was founded as a Free Church ( a church free from Edinburgh control ) thus causing the Inverurie Parish Church to change its name.
Formally known as the World Commission on Environment and Development ( WCED ), the Brundtland Commission's mission is to unite countries to pursue sustainable development together.
Formally West Lilydale, the surrounding region became known as Chirnside Park in the 1970s, the Post Office opening on 25 September 1979.
Formally known as Mickleham Grand it used to range from Mount Ridley Road to Crestmont Terrace, but now is connected to the urbanised areas of Craigieburn.
Formally known as " Brooks Institute of Photography ," Brooks Institute offers four majors, two certificate programs and two graduate programs.
Formally and true
However, shortly after this positive result, Kurt Gödel published On Formally Undecidable Propositions of Principia Mathematica and Related Systems ( 1931 ), showing that in any sufficiently strong axiomatic system there are true statements which cannot be proved in the system.
If R is a ring, let R denote the ring of polynomials in the indeterminate X over R. Hilbert proved that if R is " not too large ", in the sense that if R is Noetherian, the same must be true for R. Formally,
Formally, if f is a harmonic function, then f cannot exhibit a true local maximum within the domain of definition of f. In other words, either f is a constant function, or, for any point inside the domain of f, there exist other points arbitrarily close to at which f takes larger values.
Formally, a state is a set of conditions: a state is represented by the set of conditions that are true in it.
Formally, propositional models can be represented by sets of propositional variables ; namely, each model is represented by the set of propositional variables it assigns to true.
Formally, the extension of a predicate in a first-order model is the set of tuples of values this predicate assign to true in the model.
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A study of fruit fly wings designed to understand how the wings produce lift was performed using a large tank of mineral oil and wings 100 times larger than actual size, in order to slow down the wing beats and make the vortices generated by the insect wings easier to see and understand.
Caterpillars are the larval form of members of the order Lepidoptera ( the insect order comprising butterflies and moths ).
A butterfly is a mainly day-flying insect of the order Lepidoptera, which includes the butterflies and moths.
A cicada ( or ) is an insect of the order Hemiptera, suborder Auchenorrhyncha ( which was formerly included in the now invalid order Homoptera ), in the superfamily Cicadoidea, with large eyes wide apart on the head and usually transparent, well-veined wings.
Though limited mainly to the insect order Hymenoptera, Diptera and Coleoptera parasitoids make up as much as 10 % of all insect species.
A dragonfly is an insect belonging to the order Odonata, the suborder Epiprocta or, in the strict sense, the infraorder Anisoptera ( from Greek ανισος anisos, " uneven " + πτερος pteros, " wings ", due the hindwings being broader than the forewing ).
Beetles are representative of the order Coleoptera which accounts for the largest of the insect orders.
The order Insectivora ( from Latin insectum " insect " and vorare " to eat ") is a now-abandoned biological grouping within the class of mammals.
For example, members of the order Phallales ( stinkhorns ) rely on insect vectors for dispersal ; the dry spores of the Lycoperdales ( puffballs ) and Sclerodermataceae ( earth balls and kin ) are dispersed when the basidiocarps are disturbed ; and species of the Nidulariales ( bird's nest fungi ) use a splash cup mechanism.
Hemiptera is the largest insect order that is hemimetabolous ; the orders with more species all have a pupal stage ( Lepidoptera, Coleoptera, Diptera and Hymenoptera ).
This can be seen by the name itself, as it is a violation of convention to use the ending "- ptera " for any rank above genus other than an order – though since it is a convention rather than a mandatory rule of Linnean nomenclature, taxonomists are technically free to violate it ( which is why, for example, not all insect orders end in "- ptera ", e. g., Odonata ).
Their foraging behaviour is reminiscent of the true tits ( Paridae ), foraging upside-down on small branches, manoeuvring branches and leaves with their feet in order to insect them, and clasping large prey items with one foot while dismembering them.
Chalcid wasps ( superfamily Chalcidoidea ) belong to the insect order Hymenoptera, and are one of the largest groups within the order, with some 22, 000 known species, and an estimated total diversity of anywhere from 60, 000 to more than 500, 000 species, meaning the vast majority have yet to be discovered and described.
Most known specialist hyperparasite and hyperparasitoid species are in the insect order Hymenoptera, but a fair amount of incidental hyperparasitoidy results when a single host or a single food stash happens to house multiple guests and rations run short.