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brane

 (brān)
n.
Any of the spatially extended mathematical objects of zero or more dimensions used in string theory. A one-dimensional brane, referred to as a "1-brane," is a string.

[Short for membrane (a membrane originally being a 2-brane or two-dimensional analogue of a 1-brane or string).]

brane

(breɪn)
n
a hypothetical component of string theory
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In a previous work [23], the distance separation (L) and static potential (V) for a pair of quarks in a M2 brane space were obtained:
The head of LMS' parliamentary faction, Brane Golubovic, condemned Krajcic's actions as "unacceptable" and said the MP "has to bear the responsibility, in line with LMS' high ethical standards".
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Michelle Brane, a migrant rights director at the Women's Refugee Commission, accused the Justice Department of trying to bypass child welfare laws in its rush to detain migrant families.
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Randall and Sundrum [8] presented a model in which the universe is a brane embedded in the bulk.
The multidimensional analog of such a flux tube, supported by a certain configuration of form fields, is referred to as a fluxbrane (a "thickened brane" of magnetic flux).
Many results using this action have dealt with brane intersections and polarization [1-3, 5, 6, 18].
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