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SUBSTRACTION, French law. The act of taking something fraudulently; it is generally applied to the taking of the goods of the estate of a deceased person fraudulently. Vide Expilation.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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C-arm cone-beam CT provides high and low contrast soft tissue (CT-like) images in multiple viewing planes, which constitutes a substantial improvement over conventional single-plannar digital substraction angiography (DSA) and fluoroscopy.
The center's students were able to execute different math equations including division, multiplication, substraction and addition with big numbers, faster than a calculator, head of the center's delegation Tariq Al-Sharrah told Kuwait News Agency (KUNA).
(1) Every abelian group is a BCI-algebra, with group substraction and 0 the group identity.
Depth of solum of the soils ranged from 1.2 to 2.16 m, and after substraction of the depth of present plowed layer Ap, it ranged from 0.95 to 1.86 m.
If the position of the reference can be got in advance by means of MEMS/GPS, the substraction of (32) and (33) can construct a new measurement variable which can be used to calculated the parameter H and [phi].
Humility allows one to understand that the world will carry on quite nicely without one's presence in it, one's substraction from the planet mattering, in the best of cases, only to a small number of family members and friends, and to them not for long.