As for the plot, it came originally from Sicily; but of Athenian writers Crates was the first who, abandoning the 'iambic' or lampooning form, generalised
his themes and plots.
We are oppressed at being men--men with a real individual body and blood, we are ashamed of it, we think it a disgrace and try to contrive to be some sort of impossible generalised
Factor analysis supported unidimensionality structure of GAD-7 measuring various dimensions of generalised
The recommendation is based on the findings of three Phase 3 clinical trials of the antiepileptic drug, developed by Eisai Co (Tokyo:4523), which tested the safety and efficacy of different doses of perampanel in people with drug resistant partial seizures as well as one Phase 3 clinical trial that tested the drug in primary generalised
The latter functions are referred to in this paper as generalised
To model such phenomena, it is necessary to relax some restrictions of the classical continuum, thus obtaining generalised
continua, such as the Cosserat, micromorphic, non-local or strain-gradient continua.
For example, a 60-year-old man presenting for the first time with a sudden Generalised
Tonic-Clonic Seizure (GTCS), should be viewed as suffering from a possible Focal-onset seizure with secondary generalisation rather than a genetically predisposed Generalised
seizure type, and an underlying structural intracranial lesion should be excluded.
Rhoades: Common fixed point results for noncommuting mappings without continuity in generalised
metric spaces, Appl Math Comput.
General form of the transform for continuous time systems can be defined by generalised
Weyl symbol [10, 15].
On the residual finiteness of generalised
free products of nilpotent groups.
Rychlik, Evaluations of expected generalised
order statistics in various scale units, Applicationes Mathematicae, 29(3)(2002), 285-295.
Theories of generalised
functions; distributions, ultradistributions and other generalised