Stamin

Sta´min

    (stā´mĭn)
n.1.A kind of woolen cloth.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Stamin: From curves to extrema, continuity and convexity, Geometry Balkan Press, 2007, Proc.
In relation to the center of Jerusalem, this basin is known as "heart of the heart"--the flower petals symbolize the domes and towers opening from the basin (the stamin and the pistil).
Stamin says this about Anandarao's involvement in the Coorg Mission:
Merchandising fixtures have come a long way in design and flexibility "Mobile fixtures allow the retailer to create areas of excitement and bring an element of surprise into the shopping experience," says Hubert Co 's Stamin "Today's new flexible fixtures allow supermarket operators to do time of day merchandising from the deli, bakery and other departments," says Garvin of The Watt Design Group.
And was Mr George so busy worrying about the ability of Sadler's Wells colts to stay the Derby distance that he forgot to remind Kayf Tara that he had no stamin?
To correlate the two images, we have to find a biunique correspondence between the elements composing each of the images (Stamin et al., 2008b).