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lacuna

a gap, a case not provided for by a statute or in a document.
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What is of great significance is that in Khair-Eddine's writings, there is an anthropological dimension in the sense that the forms of coexistence around which a community is constructed are always contingent and lacunary, i.
Nabokov: "An active and creative reader is a rereader" ("Good Writers and Good Readers"); Iser/Poulet: noetic aspect of reader (text experienced in the time flow of reading) and the noematic (actualized work at the end of reading): First and subsequent readings differ: the text evolves from lacunary to actualized (Cornis-Pope & Woodlief, 2003, p.
Chasing, stalking, detecting, observing, sideswiping, and colliding, these figures map a cinematic landscape that is by turns consistent and lacunary.
While the volume includes experts in the field of religious experience, most of the essays diverge from the "small corner" of the academic or even devotional mystical treatments, to the point that a possible lacunary omission may be traditional theological and psychological examinations of religious experience.
Demirci, On lacunary statistical limit points, Demonstratio Math.
The most important feature is lacunary parenchyma which is present in M.
Humphries' fondness for obscure words, such as lacunary, viscid and fuscous, is well indulged here, as is his outrageous, satirical sense of humour.
Humphries's fondness for obscure words, such as lacunary, viscid and fuscous, is well indulged here, as is his outrageous, satirical sense of humour.
Redei, Lacunary polymials over finite fields, North-Holland, Amsterdam (1973).
The special lacunary interpolation problem studied in this paper is called weighted (0,1, .
We note that generating functions (Section 3) and related formal power series (Section 5) based techniques outlined in this paper might lead to improved congruential identities, p-adic results, or their alternative proofs involving other combinatorial quantities, their lacunary series, and their differences, often proved by other methods.