Catenation


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Another possible source of confusion in this interview is the con catenation of five paradoxical statements: (1) all women are neurotic; (2) women know what they want; (3) women have not used their intelligence or their silence; (4) women are not in a natural state; (5) women must emerge from their silence.
This association was reinforced in Right On!, 2018, by the clever weaving of a surfboard's outline into a vertically stacked, comic-strip-style catenation of graphic imagery, miscellaneous abstractions, and the upbeat vernacular title, limned in a classic 1970s font (as were many of the titular words appearing in all three categories of work).
To avoid a worse consequence under the condition of an occurred accident, controlling the catenation among accidents is of great significance.
Lin, "Isoreticular chiral metal-organic frameworks for asymmetric alkene epoxidation: tuning catalytic activity by controlling framework catenation and varying open channel sizes," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.
It is pretty well documented, especially by exponents of feminist and queer theory, such as, for example, Judith Butler, that sexuality is usually excluded or normalized by mainstream media imagery and discourses, but it reappears on these micro-networked blogspheres, and mostly through the free-censorship functionality of Tumblr, in the form of a catenation circuit that ranges from simple homemade videos and photographic essays to violent abuse imagery and how-to content explaining practices of BDSM (bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, sadism and masochism).
The bijectivity of map A [right arrow] [A.sub.[??]] allows defining the catenation of two partial arrays in a trivial way.
These two periods are associated with the growth of different phytoplankton, with Alexandrium tamarense known to proliferate during August to October, and with the second group harvested between February and April when Gymnodinium catenation was detected (Brazeiro et al.
Mateescu: [1997] Contextual grammars with distributed catenation and shuffle, in Fundamentals of Computation Theory FCT 1997, Lectures Notes in Computer Science 1279 (eds.
Yaghi, Effects of Functionalization, Catenation, and Variation of the Metal Oxide and Organic Linking Units on the Low-Pressure Hydrogen Adsorption Properties of Metal-Organic Frameworks, J.
du Narzif: Overly feel-good nationalistic ads always ring hollow to me: too opportunistic (with brands piggy-backing a spike in national enthusiasm); too fluffy (generally full of barely credible, screen-filling smiles); too slippery (that uneasy con- catenation of chest-beating and reflection).
These algorithms have three parts: (a) construction of a Cayley table, (b) reflection of the Cayley table, and (c) construction of S-CHS by cyclic shift and catenation.
Milne Edwards, 1853) Ocypode ceratophthalmus (Pallas, 1772) Ocypode madagascariensis Crosnier, 1965 Ocypode tyderi Kingsley, 1880 Parasesamia catenation (Ortmann, 1897) Paratylodtplax blephariskios (Stebbing, 1924) Pertsesarma guttatum (A.