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In the first place attempts have been made to show that "Hesiod" is a significant name and therefore fictitious: it is only necessary to mention Goettling's derivation from IEMI to ODOS (which would make `Hesiod' mean the
He had followed carefully the argument which established the derivation from Mr.
Eenog' (late 20th century), is probably a derivation from 'entry' (though it's unclear how).
Speaker of the House, Honourable Yakubu Dogara gave the directive after the motion sponsored by Honourable Ken Chikere, entitled 'Need to deduct 13 percent derivation from the $1 billion approved by the National Economic Council to fight Boko Haram Insurgency' was stepped down.
Lee extended the definition of a generalized derivation as follows: an additive mapping F: J [right arrow] U such that F (xy) = F (x)y + xd(y), for all x, y [member of] J, where U is the right Utumi quotient ring of R, J is a dense right ideal of R and d is a derivation from J to U.
Beginning with nouns, there are instances of derivation from strong verbs such as lyre 'loss' (< leosan 'lose' str.
Gourdeau provided the following characterization of amenability: A Banach algebra A is amenable if and only if any bounded derivation from A into any Banach A-bimodule is approximately inner, or equivalently weakly approximately inner [11, Proposition 2.
George Daley, who directed the study, wrote, "Our analysis shows that the recombination pattern of SCNT-hES-1 is distinct from that of an ntES line and is consistent with its derivation from a parthenogenetic embryo.
Lee extended the definition of a generalized derivation as follows: by a generalized derivation we mean an additive mapping g : I [right arrow] U such that g(xy) = g(x)y + xd(y), for all x, y [member of] I, where I is a dense right ideal of R and d is a derivation from I into U.
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This is in fact the approach taken in a later work in Isarenko (1969) to account for derivation from indeclinables, such as kino > kinosn'ik 'cinema buff', where the deriving noun is listed with two alternant stems k'ino- and kinos- (1969: 64-65).
6) This manifestly does not apply to Thursley, a place-name located well outside the main areas of Scandinavian settlement;(7) and the purpose of this note is to support the derivation from Thunor by drawing attention to another instance where the medial -n-has disappeared from an original Thunor-name.