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We consider only starlike examples for [OMEGA], with [partial derivative][OMEGA] given as
Let q(z) [not equal to] 0 be univalent in U such that zq'(z)/q(z) is starlike univalent in U and
alpha]) the class of all meromorphically starlike functions of order [alpha].
A starlike or supermassive black hole is just a child universe (or a mini spacetime).
The University of Glamorgan's senior astronomy lecturer Martin Griffiths describes Holmes, first spotted in 1892, as a bright starlike fuzz, which can be spotted in the north east.
It was golden like the hair of her father and her foremother Indis, but richer and more radiant, for its gold was touched by some memory of the starlike silver of her mother; and the Eldar said that the light of the Two Trees, Laurelin and Telperion, had been snared in her tresses.
His name will be unfamiliar unless you were following the action in a novice chase at Hereford on Monday, when he hacked up on his first run for us, despite a Kauto Starlike blunder at the last.
When in bloom, it is covered in small white starlike flowers, with five petals (deeply divided so it looks like ten).
Topics of the 37 papers include biographies of Professor Zalcman, a multiplicator problem and characteristics of growth of entire functions, quasinormal families with periodic points, univalent functions starlike and with respect to a boundary point, the Wiman- Valiron theory, holomorphic extendability and the argument principle, entire functions with no unbounded Fatou components, the boundary properties of convex functions, modules of vector measures on the Heisenberg Group, characteristic problems for the spherical mean transform.