The topological space (R,T) is hereditarily Lindelof.
We have that (R,T) is regular, hereditarily Lindelof by Lemma 3.
X,T) is called fuzzy open hereditarily
irresolvable if intcl([lambda]) [not equal to] 0 then int[lambda] [not equal to] 0 for any fuzzy set [lambda] in (X, T).
subset]]avates were held hereditarily
by powerful aristocratic families who sought to increase their own domains at the expense of other nobles and the monarchy.
In September 1945, Allied Control Council Orders 1 to 20 had annulled twenty-five explicitly Nazi laws, but neither the marriage law nor the Law for the Prevention of Hereditarily
Diseased Offspring (known as the Erbgesundheitsgesetz) of 1933 had been affected.
For about two thousand years the Mahars have hereditarily
served as all-purpose servants, watchmen, messengers, and removers of dead catfie in villages and towns.
As the volume of clinical information increases, the need arises for a large volume of information to be hereditarily
stored in the form of pedigree charts.
Duggal, Weyl's theorem for totally hereditarily
normaloid operators, Rendi.
169) Laws to reduce unemployment would focus on "`economic security for the hereditarily
sound family,'" and "hereditary degenerates" would be eugenically sterilized.
The authors present compact and generally accurate descriptions of Nazi policies toward Jews, Sinti, Roma, other ethnic minorities, homosexuals, and those considered hereditarily
ill and asocial.
A sequential space is Frechet if and only if it is hereditarily
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separable space, it implies that f -1(K) is separable in M, i.