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diagraph

(ˈdaɪəˌɡrɑːf; -ˌɡræf)
n
1. (Surveying) a device for enlarging or reducing maps, plans, etc
2. (Mathematics) a protractor and scale used in drawing
[C19: from French diagraphe, from Greek diagraphein to represent with lines; see diagram]

diagraph

a device used for the mechanical reproduction of plans, outlines, etc., on a scale other than that of the original.
See also: Drawing
a device used for the mechanical reproduction of plans, outlines, etc., on any scale.
See also: Copying
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By dividing the diagraph into multiple components, the results indicated that the root node of each component is needed to be pinned.
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Results revealed that students' abilities to read real words did not carry over into reading pseudo words, that students struggled with multi-syllabic words more than single syllable words, that students struggled more with r-controlled and long vowel single syllable words and less with -tch diagraph and short vowel single syllable words and that there were no significant differences based on demographics.
I assign each line with a blend, a cluster, a diagraph and/or diphthong that we have learnt over a unit.
These diagraphs indicate dependency relations between the elements of a system as the numbers on each diagraph indicate the intensity of the effect of each element on another one.
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k+1,n+1] is the Hasse diagraph of the poset, which we still denote as [M.
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