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However, Charles Lyell's Principles of Geology (1830), which demonstrated uniformitarian geological principles and stressed "the ampleness of geological time," gained gradual but wide acceptance (Hallam 49).
So does the ampleness and four-square architectonic massing of the large-scale figures, the heft of their bodies beneath the silky fabrics.
It is, furthermore, a poem that held its own author in some awe, partly for its strangely fragmented but persistently surging "givenness," partly for the way its slowly maturing composition (1963-69) coincided with significant personal and other events (psychoanalytic sessions, his mother's death in 1964, the death of Elio Vittorini, the upheavals of May 1968), but also due to the unprecedented urge to probe and penetrate the deep, intricate, and often obscure felt pertinence of a text of unusual ampleness written far from any daintily estheticizing poetics.
Note that by the ampleness assumption on L we have that [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (S) is smooth if and only if [phi](L) [greater than or equal to] 3, and if [phi](L) = 2, then Sing [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] cf.
Many results are however true without the ampleness assumptions: Lemmas 2.
The ampleness assumption first enters the picture in a crucial way in the proof of Proposition 3.
But this contradicts the ampleness of L, as (N - M).
1 hold, even without the ampleness assumption on L and assuming only [L.
The Kleiman criterion of ampleness implies then that the multiple point Seshadri constants are subject to the following upper bound which depends only on the degree of L and the number of points