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Conversely, by reading an increasing binary tree in infix order, we obtain its corresponding permutation.
In our case study GTM, for example, if the infix traversing of the actor Organization in Figure 1 is performed, the first plan analyzed would be Register Golfers.
Homer's use of the -ma- infix may also be related to the -ma- in whatchamacallit, thingamabob, thingamajig, thingumajog, and gigamaree.
THORN]y[sz] > mae -- mother (which is an independent lexical entry) Li> de -- of (li is a variant of the Yoruba infix ni).
Austin, TX, announced they have entered into an agreement to co-promote Osteotech's Grafton Demineralized Bone Matrix (DBM) with Spinal Concept's InFix Interbody Fusion System for the treatment of degenerative disc disease of lumbar spine.
Those with interest in the f-word may discover more than they ever wanted to know: Pages 830 to 843 display it as interjection, noun, verb, adjective, expletive, adverb, infix (as in abso-effing-lutely), and as phrasemaker, acronym, and initialism.
Enhancements to the schematic editor include multi-sheet support, infix mode editing, on-screen parameter editing, auto-completion of wiring, and dynamic net highlighting.
The infix PDF editor works in compatibility with PDFs from any source, be it Microsoft Word, Adobe Acrobat or the InDesign.
Rule Type: Binary infix functors are introduced (":-", ":=",":-") to denote the rule type ("strict", "defeasible", "defeater", respectively).
Cuvalay-Haak (1997: 46; quoting from Kristoffersen 1992: 162) suggests that the West Greenlandic infix -sar- is a [[pi].
On the phonological level, the language presents an interesting case of infix allomorphy and vowel coalescence.
The vocalism of these verbs poses numerous difficulties; they systematically display the new pattern of ablaut and their preterites can be analysed as: /e/ + root vowel of the present where /e/ would serve as a kind of infix before the original root vowel and would soon be generalised as an infix preterite marker, e.