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n]) be a sequence of closed disjoined sets in [a, b].
I'm finding success in helping boomers to put their many disjoined pieces into one plan.
Currently the SME's efforts are disjoined and characterised by duplication and lack of coordination, they feel.
Chinese consumers often relate this type of products with better safety and efficacy although what they expect and what they actually get might be disjoined.
The ACC program has the potential to transform Colorado's delivery system from a disjoined fee-for-service provider-centered model to a more coordinated, effective, client-centered model while achieving cost savings.
For as Hagglund states, "the temporal can never be in itself, but is always disjoined between being no longer and being not yet.
Hittite abounds in adjunct phrases but has so far not yielded a secure attestation of disjoined disjunctive or indeed conjunctive phrases of this type.
Freephone PHIL NEVILLE believes Everton are still on the verge of great things despite their disjoined campaign - and wants a win against Wigan to continue erasing the negativity that has hampered the club since January.
As the title so aptly suggests, Ordinary Things: A Different Kind of Voyage is a collection of Pratt's meditations and disjoined ramblings on the "immense presence in ordinariness" ("Prologue" n.
He is proposing cutting off all Israeli links with the besieged strip, which is already physically disjoined from the West Bank and is home to more than 1.
Therefore, Allen Jayne asserts, the self-evident truths and natural rights of our founding are not dependent on--and indeed are disjoined from--Christianity and even Judeo-Christian morality.
Competition and natural selection among disjoined cells within a tissue compartment, such as might occur in the breast's terminal ductal lobular unit, for example, are the engine of cancer," Garland said.