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e] denote minimum pixel and maximum pixel of target object, respectively, along the row direction.
Proof: Let G denote a double-col-critical graph, and define k := col(G).
Let [gamma] denote the Lagrange multiplier of the constraint formula and calculate the first-order optimal condition, then obtain:
M" DEVICE Denotes Naval Reserve mobilization in support of certain operations
The device is worn with the Army of Occupation Medal to denote service of 90 consecutive days in direct support of the Berlin Airlift (June 26, 1948, to Sept.
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1] is also used to denote the set of all the color histograms, and [f.
Untitled" may also declare what it denotes to be art rather than something that is untitled because, not being art, it does not merit a title.
Lexique de la prose latine de la renaissance offers a new perspective on this, since Hoven employs the single asterisk to denote "latin medieval" about 1600 times.
The term rent will be used to denote the area above the input supply curve and below the input equilibrium price line.
Statements such as "expected," "planned," "intends" or "anticipated" denote forward-looking statements, and the word "launch" refers to pre-release marketing activities and does not denote general availability.