I believe that the arrangement of the groups within each class, in due subordination
and relation to the other groups, must be strictly genealogical in order to be natural; but that the amount of difference in the several branches or groups, though allied in the same degree in blood to their common progenitor, may differ greatly, being due to the different degrees of modification which they have undergone; and this is expressed by the forms being ranked under different genera, families, sections, or orders.
Though she did not feel the first intelligence as she might have done the day before, or an hour before, its interest soon increased; and before their first conversation was over, she had talked herself into all the sensations of curiosity, wonder and regret, pain and pleasure, as to this fortunate Miss Hawkins, which could conduce to place the Martins under proper subordination
in her fancy.
Edward Freely was a man whose impulses were kept in due subordination
: he held that the desire for sweets and pastry must only be satisfied in a direct ratio with the power of paying for them.
Mocanu, Differential Subordinations: Thoery and Applications, Monographs and Textbooks in Pure and Applied Mathematics Vol.
In this paper we study some applications of the theory of differential subordination defined on the space of univalent functions which are defined by linear operators.
Generalizing the notion of differential subordinations
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, Theory and Applications, Marcel Dekker, New York and Basel, 2000, No.
Alb Lupas, A note on differential subordinations
using Salagean and Ruscheweyh operators, CAIM 2009, Romai Journal, vol.
Mocanu, Differential subordinations
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By way of a second example, courts have erroneously supposed that state law cannot effectuate equitable subordinations
. Rather, equitable subordination
is considered to be a uniquely federal remedy.
(29) This ongoing work on multidimensionality recognizes that, to dismantle any one form of neocolonial supremacy, including white supremacy, critical race and allied scholars must expose both the historical and contemporary workings of multiple forms of neocolonial subordinations
as well as how they mutually reinforce each other in systematic, normalized, and oftentimes hidden ways.
If f [member of] [A.sub.n,b] satisfies one of the following subordinations