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(1) [partial derivative][OMEGA] is uniformly rectifiable.
Indeed, the growing scope and scale of fraud in the banking sector is manageable and rectifiable but who cares
L'analyse dans cette perspective cherche a <<mettre en relation>> les donnees collectees au gre d'une serie de six etapes susceptibles de produire des codes, puis des categories et enfin des notions (ou concepts) qui, enonces en marge, induisent progressivement une ossature logique, systematique et explicative, rectifiable au besoin.
A domain [OMEGA] [R.sup.n]--an open, bounded, and connected set--is a John domain if there exists a constant [C.sub.J] [greater than or equal to] 1 and a distinguished central point [x.sub.0] [member of] [OMEGA], such that each x [member of] can be joined to [x.sub.0] by a rectifiable curve [gamma] : [0; 1] [right arrow] [OMEGA], with [gamma](0) = [x.sub.0], [[gamma].sub.(1)] = x, and
However, this problem could be solved by the adoption of the proposal in Part V, and therefore while it may engender academic concern for now, it is easily rectifiable by the people of Alaska if they so choose.
The lack of additional skills on the board required for growth may become a limiting factor, may reduce efficiency, and may only be rectifiable if nonfamily employees with the required skills are appointed to the board.
n A name document act 1 rectifiable 1 for chemicals and laboratory equipment needed: certified copy of the health registration issued by the central reference laboratory in public health.
And these procedures are not easily rectifiable because they stem
Small and potentially easily rectifiable problems are made worse by years of neglect.
guarantees that there are no orbits giving rise to a simple closed rectifiable curve in D which is invariant for (39), that is, periodic orbits, homoclinic orbits, and heteroclinic cycles.
guarantees that there are no orbits giving rise to a simple closed rectifiable curve in D which is invariant for (23), that is, periodic orbits, homoclinic orbits, and heteroclinic cycles.
There are some similar results for rectifiable curves in Havin's paper [10].