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semi

adjective fractional, fragmentary, half, half finished, not whole, partial, unfinished
Associated concepts: semiannually
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The semi is growing in popularity over every other type of home - including trendy new penthouses and luxury detached houses.
SEMI is a global industry association serving companies that provide equipment, materials and services used to manufacture semiconductors, displays, nano-scaled structures, micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) and related technologies.
Levine [5] defined semi open sets in topological spaces.
The SEMI India PV Advisory Committee represents companies that include manufacturers, equipment and materials suppliers, solar power project developers and academia, and connects the complete PV supply chain in India.
6] A subset A of a topological space (X,[tau]) is said to be a semi open set if there is an open set U of X such that U [subset] A [subset] cl(U).
But Weale ended the day 17th in semi-final B with McLean 28th and Woodbridge finished 25th in semi-final C with only 12 athletes from each semi going through to the men's final.
People say it is worse to lose a semi than a final but I can't say I know too much about that.
The orange semi and its trailer lay across three lanes of the freeway, paralleled by an upside-down trailer that had disengaged from another cab, which embedded in the rear of a third big rig about 80 yards ahead.
Keywords: IF- strongly semiopen, IF- strongly semi continuous, IF-retract and IF- neighbourhood retract, IF strongly semiretract
Piotrowski (1979) further investigated semi homeomorphisms and Noiri & Ahmad (1985) introduced semi-weakly continuous functions and these functions were further characterized by Dorsett (1990).
However, Richard Harkness, the firm's greyhound odds-compiler, cannot separate the principals in the final semi.
The winners will meet Mid Oxford in the semi final.