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Every and sequence
# Every sequence in A has a convergent subsequence, whose limit lies in A.
* Sequentially compact: Every sequence has a convergent subsequence.
Every sequence can, thus, be read in three reading frames, each of which will produce a different amino acid sequence ( in the given example, Gly-Lys-Pro, Gly-Asn, or Glu-Thr, respectively ).
Every page starts with the four ASCII character sequence OggS.
Lemma: Every sequence
Every synset contains a group of synonymous words or collocations ( a collocation is a sequence of words that go together to form a specific meaning, such as " car pool "); different senses of a word are in different synsets.
Every gap sequence that contains 1 yields a correct sort ; however, the properties of thus obtained versions of Shellsort may be very different.
Every variable X < sub > i </ sub > in the sequence is associated with a Bernoulli trial or experiment.
Every short exact sequence
Every sequence in principle has a generating function of each type ( except that Lambert and Dirichlet series require indices to start at 1 rather than 0 ), but the ease with which they can be handled may differ considerably.
Every time he is thrown out of the house, he is shown wearing the same shirt although he does not always wear it when he is thrown out ( the producers never shot a second sequence with Jazz being thrown out of the house, only adjusting the original scene for time purposes ; an exception is in the episode " Community Action ", where Jazz was thrown out along with a lifesize cardboard cut-out of Bill Cosby, complete with a blooper showing Jeff Townes reshooting his flying off the house several times ).
Every delta operator ' has a unique sequence of " basic polynomials ", a polynomial sequence defined by three conditions:
Every year, in numerical sequence starting from 2007-07-07 and continuing through 2012-12-12 hoopers dance in every city and country to raise money and donate hoops to others who can't afford them.
For example, to study the theorem “ Every bounded sequence of real numbers has a supremum ” it is necessary to use a base system which can speak of real numbers and sequences of real numbers.
* Every Jacobi-like polynomial sequence can have its domain shifted and / or scaled so that its interval of orthogonality is, and has Q
* Every Laguerre-like polynomial sequence can have its domain shifted, scaled, and / or reflected so that its interval of orthogonality is, and has Q =
* Every Hermite-like polynomial sequence can have its domain shifted and / or scaled so that its interval of orthogonality is, and has Q
Every Turán graph is a cograph ; that is, it can be formed from individual vertices by a sequence of disjoint union and complement operations.
* Metroid: Every game in the Metroid series has ended with either a timed self-destruct escape sequence, or a cut-scene showing the area explode, with the exception of Metroid 2.
:# Every element of D is the least upper bound of a countable increasing sequence of isolated elements.
* Conway's cosmological theorem: Every sequence eventually splits into a sequence of " atomic elements ", which are finite subsequences that never again interact with their neighbors.

Every and ran
In 1928 he again ran for governor, campaigning with the slogan, " Every man a king, but no one wears a crown ," a phrase adopted from Democratic presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan.
Every camp included " main street ", which ran unimpeded through the camp in a north-south direction and was very wide.
Every week Evelyn visits Ninny, who tells her stories about memories of her youth in Whistle Stop, Alabama where her sister-in-law Idgie and Idgie's friend Ruth ran a café.
Hellish scenes were the subjects of his topper strip, The Hatlo Inferno, which ran with They'll Do It Every Time from 1953 to 1958.
Every single candidate that ever ran on behalf of the party lost their deposit ( their 1982 manifesto called for its elimination ).
Every event aired on SETV is almost entirely ran by the students filling positions: Camera, Audio, Director, TD, Grips, Handheld, or Producer.
Every Monday, the show ran down the Welsh Top 40 singles, since Welsh acts such as Stereophonics, Funeral for a Friend and Feeder usually do far better in their home country chart, as opposed to the UK equivalent.
Every VUser utilised a single operating system thread, while 50 VUsers ran in a single process by default.

Every and off
Every time a diode switches from on to off or vice versa, the configuration of the linear network changes.
Every time a customer finishes paying for their items ( or a person steps off the escalator, or the machine part is removed from the assembly line, etc.
Every spring, whales migrating to Greenland are visible off the coasts of Miquelon and St Pierre.
Every subsequent round starts with the " strongest link "— the player with the most correct answers — from the previous round, unless that person has been voted off, in which case the second strongest answers first.
Every year ships would come from London to drop off supplies and trade goods in exchange for the furs.
Every year ships would come from London to the Pacific ( via Cape Horn ) to drop off supplies and trade goods in their trading posts in the Pacific Northwest and pick up the accumulated furs used to pay for these supplies.
Pirate luminaries such as William Kidd, Henry Every, John Bowen, and Thomas Tew made Antongil Bay and Nosy Boraha ( St. Mary ’ s Island ) ( a small island 12 miles off the north-east coast of Madagascar ) their bases of operations.
Every Advent we entered the purgatory of lutefisk, a repulsive gelatinous fishlike dish that tasted of soap and gave off an odor that would gag a goat.
Every three years the College also holds a ball, usually off site due to the problem of securing the college's perimeter sufficiently for insurance purposes. The most recent off-site ball was held was February 9, 2008 at Heythrop Park.
Every year, the parade steps off from St Joseph the Worker Church, and proceeds two miles ( 3 km ) on New Falls Road to Conwell-Egan Catholic High School.
The offset part of the logical address contains an offset inside the segment, i. e. the physical address can be calculated as ( if the address line A20 is enabled ), respectively ( segment_part × 16 + offset ) mod 2 < sup > 20 </ sup > ( if A20 is off ) Every segment has a size of 2 < sup > 16 </ sup > bytes.
According to Hickman, Lord Soth is the most unpredictable character to write about, saying " Every time that character made an appearance in one of our books he would try to run off with the story.
Every week, the newest publication of Memín begins where the last publication had left off.
Every time, he mixes double the amount of bark into his bread to stave off starvation and works ever harder to dry off marsh into dryer land that would not be as exposed to the night frost.
Every time Bugs dares Sam to " step across that line ", he can't help but do so, even if he steps off into empty space or down a mine shaft.
Every 30 seconds, filter paper or a paper towel is used to draw off the blood.
Every day, state-owned Belarusian television and radio stations are required to play the national anthem upon signing on at 6 a. m. and again upon signing off ( usually around midnight ).
" Every so often, he would sign off by saying, " Don't fail to miss tomorrow's game!
Every Thanksgiving, Loyola Blakefield and Calvert Hall College also square off in what has now been called for many years as the Turkey Bowl.
Every time before sailing off, they have to pay respect and light a firework in front of the city pillar shrine for good luck.
Every morning his wife Amelia would drive him in their Fiat 600 and drop him off at 1719 Julián Alvarez Street, location of Fundación Instituto Campomar, with Leloir wearing the same worn out, gray overalls.
Every TV device that decoded MTS originally required the payment of royalties, first to dbx, Inc., then to THAT Corporation which was spun off from dbx in 1989 and acquired its MTS patents in 1994 ; however, those patents expired worldwide in 2004.

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