cofeature

cofeature

(ˌkəʊˈfiːtʃə)
n
a joint feature
vb (intr)
to feature together
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Top Rank announced Arum might end up tapping IBF super flyweight Jerwin Ancajas to fight in the cofeature to the Horn title defense against the unbeaten sensation Terence Crawford.
The six-rounder is the cofeature on the Guillermo Rigondeau versus Vasyl Lomachenko WBO superfeather showdown featuring southpaws who are both twotime Olympic champions with a sellout crowd of 5,000 expected.
A estas combinaciones lineales se les denomina vectores de comovimiento (Serial Correlation Cofeature Vectors, SCCV).
For insight on how sales and marketing teams can work together to better target highly qualified leads, read Lager's piece and Assistant Editor Jessica Sebor's cofeature, "Too Much Pork for Just One Fork.
This is commonly referred to as the cofeature matrix, and if the data have common cycles, then [delta]'[delta][y.
The cofeature rank, denoted by s with 0 s [less than or equal] s [less than] N, is the number of statistically zero canonical correlations.
Using the same VECM's estimated in part A of Table III, we estimate the canonical correlations and the cofeature rank based on equation (4) for each of the stock pairings.
matrix [[Alpha]] and s cofeature vectors defined a,, the n x s matrix
Florida's MSAs share two cofeature vectors, satisfying
Table B Test of the Number of Cofeature Vectors Row Appox F Numerator DF Denominator DF Pr > F 1 2.
Its present cofeature is Stars of a Winter's Night.
In the cofeature, Antwone Smith (16-1, 8 KOs), on one of the most impressive winning streaks in boxing, will do battle with Henry Crawford (22-0-1, 9 KOs).