for all but at most

countably many [epsilon] > 0, and the definitions of [P.sub.T,[alpha],a] and [G.sub.[epsilon]] prove the theorem.

By Remark 29, [iota] is injective on all but

countably many of [mathematical expression not reproducible].

Note that if ([t.sub.1], ..., [t.sub.N]), ([s.sub.1], ..., [s.sub.N]) [member of] [R.sup.N.sub.+] are arbitrary, then it is enough to break down the integration intervals into suitable subintervals and applying the same reasoning as above, to see that V[P.sub.n][B.sub.[infinity]] is

countably a.e.

Let C be a nonempty bounded closed convex set in a Banach space X and let A : C [right arrow] C be a

countably strict-set contraction.

So there might be an uncountably infinite number of phenomena and only a small,

countably infinite subset describable by science.

Shahzad: Strong convergence theorems for a common zero of a

countably infinite family of [lambda]-inverse strongly accretive mappings, Nonlinear Anal., 71(2009), 531-538.

In this paper, we generalize the concept of

countably C-approximating posets to the concept of

countably QC-approximating posets.

We did not discuss representation systems for

countably infinite sets of objects.

In that case, power is radiated at a

countably infinite number of frequencies.

It follows that elements u(t) of [U.sup.p](I) are right-continuous, have left limits everywhere (including at b) and at most

countably many discontinuities.

They are skeptical of the idea of

countably additive experience (20)--the value of direct and denatured comparison of the history of the transcontinentals with the relevant history of the railroads in France, Prussia/Germany, or, say, India.

A subset A of X is called I-sequentially

countably compact if any infinite subset A has at least one I-sequentially accumulation point in A.