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The arc is itself a segment of an analytic curve.
We should encourage the governments to develop their own technical assistance to communities, state and provincial governments, rural communities, and other smaller groups, making certain that no important segment of the economy is neglected.
This is important because, despite all the efforts of the French government, an appreciable segment of France's export trade in wines is still tainted with a misrepresentation approaching downright dishonesty, and there are many too many negociants who would rather turn a sou than amass a creditable reputation overseas.
Cotton processing equipment is a sizable segment of Dallas business economy.
the Commission on Race and Housing concluded that `` there is no reason to believe that real estate men are either more or less racially prejudiced, on the whole, than any other segment of the American population ''.
Spencer wrote that in production the advantages of the superior individual is comparatively minor, and thus acceptable, yet the benefit that dominance provides those who control a large segment of production might be hazardous to competition.
* In a segment of The Simpsons episode " Margical History Tour ", Salieri is represented by Lisa Simpson, to Bart's Mozart.
Audio broadcasting ( be it for television or audio broadcasting ) is perhaps the biggest market segment ( and user area ) for audio processing products — globally.
In new episodes after the 2011 revival Beavis is now allowed to say fire again ; the first words uttered by Beavis in the first video segment of the 2011 premiere episode were: " Fire!
The fundamental bilateral body form is a tube with a hollow gut cavity running from the mouth to the anus, and a nerve cord with an enlargement ( a ganglion ) for each body segment, with an especially large ganglion at the front, called the brain.
From all the different names of the same Celtic people in literature and inscriptions it is possible to abstract a continental Celtic segment, boio -.
A common adaptive method is recursive subdivision, in which a curve's control points are checked to see if the curve approximates a line segment to within a small tolerance.
A quadratic Bézier curve is also a parabolic segment.
Tissue engineering is a major segment of Biotechnology.
Medical / biomedical imaging is a major segment of medical devices.
In terms of age structure, the population is dominated by the 15 – 64 year old segment.
That year, Love appeared in an episode of Andy Warhol's Fifteen Minutes with Robbie Nevil in a segment titled " C ' est la Vie ", in which she is dressed in vintage clothes and discussed " bag ladies ".
The curvature of the fretboard is measured by the fretboard radius, which is the radius of a hypothetical circle of which the fretboard's surface constitutes a segment.
( The blow-off is the comedic ending of a show segment, bit, gag, stunt or routine.
In mathematics, the Cantor set is a set of points lying on a single line segment that has a number of remarkable and deep properties.
Although Cantor himself defined the set in a general, abstract way, the most common modern construction is the Cantor ternary set, built by removing the middle thirds of a line segment.
In Euclidean space, an object is convex if for every pair of points within the object, every point on the straight line segment that joins them is also within the object.

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The founder of the Junior Showmanship Competition the late Leonard Brumby, Sr. ( for whom the trophy is named after at Westminster ) was an outstanding Handler and believed a Junior should have an opportunity to exhibit in a dog show starting with the Junior Showmanship Division.
For it is clear that the total number of ordinary intersections of C and Af must be even ( otherwise, starting in the interior of C, Af could not finally return to the interior ), and the center of rotation at T is the argument of the function, not a value.
The Congress of Vienna is a convenient starting point because it both epitomized and symbolized what was to follow.
An RDW will be of the form Af, where xxxx is the starting location of the area and yyyy is its ending location.
The preparation of such products is not new, but the systems heretofore employed in polymerizations have commanded considerable experimental skill and starting materials of a high purity.
The set of equations ( 5 ), ( 6 ), and the starting equation ( 7 ) is of a recursive type well suited to programming on the digital computer.
The role of an earthquake in starting the destruction of whole cities is tremendously frightening, but fire may actually be the principal agent in a particular disaster.
Your first impression of this elongated square with its three elegant fountains, its two churches that almost face each other, and its russet-colored buildings, is a sense of restful spaciousness -- particularly welcome after wandering around the narrow and dark streets that you have followed since starting this walk.
The payroll tax would actually rise to 7.5 per cent starting Jan. 1, 1963, if the plan is approved, because the levy is already scheduled to go up by 1 per cent on that date to pay for other social security costs.
Ed Donnelly is still bothered by a side injury and will miss his starting turn.
Merritt D. Hill, Ford Motor Co. vice president, says his company is starting to get calls daily from dealers demanding immediate delivery or wanting earlier shipping dates on orders for corn pickers.
When a man invests a block of his years at a university without gaining the coveted promotion, not only is he faced with the problem of starting over but there is also a certain depreciation in the market value of his services.
It is like a mysterious epidemic which, starting first with Abigail and Parris, spreads inexorably with a dreadfully growing virulence through the whole town until all have been infected by it.
Ontario's foliage is most vivid from about Sept. 23 to Oct. 10, with both Muskoka ( 100 miles north of Toronto ) and Haliburton ( 125 miles northwest of Toronto ) holding color cavalcades starting Sept. 23.
The most accomplished comedy is Carnaval fi dechra directed by Mohamed Oukassi, and starting Athman Ariouet.
That notion is central for explaining how formal systems come into being starting from a small set of axioms and rules.
Instructions are usually assumed to be listed explicitly, and are described as starting " from the top " and going " down to the bottom ", an idea that is described more formally by flow of control.
For Euclid ’ s method to succeed, the starting lengths must satisfy two requirements: ( i ) the lengths must not be 0, AND ( ii ) the subtraction must be “ proper ”, a test must guarantee that the smaller of the two numbers is subtracted from the larger ( alternately, the two can be equal so their subtraction yields 0 ).
An axiom is a premise or starting point of reasoning.
This crossing is expected to reopen starting on March 1, 2010.
Jackson Pollock is the artist best known for starting that revolution.

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