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rouche

(ruːʃ)
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(Clothing & Fashion) a variant spelling of ruche
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Both test-retest and interrater reliability of the PCRS were found to be high (r = .85-.97, and r = .92, respectively) (Fordyce & Rouche, 1986; Prigatano, Altman, & O'Brien, 1990).
The two-piano version was originally performed by Wiener and Clement Doucet in November 1924 at the home of Jacques Rouche, director of the Opera; (25) it launched their long collaboration as duo pianists, which lasted until 1937.
Using Rouche's theorem, it can be easily shown that [F.sup.m](x) has a unique zero [[alpha].sub.m] satisfying [absolute value of [[alpha].sub.m]] [less than or equal to] 2 (See Table III for the approximate values of [[alpha].sub.m] for odd m [less than or equal to] 7).
Among their topics are the generalized argument principle and Rouche's theorem, perturbations of cavities and resonators, photonic and phononic band gaps, plasmonic resonances for nanoparticles, near-cloaking, and Helmholtz resonators, and Minnaert resonances for bubbles.
John the Baptist in Zgharta 18:30 Lighting of the Rouche Rock on the "International Day of Disable Persons" which falls on December 3rd of each year, a world day dedicated by the United Nations since 1992 to support people with disabilities R.Sh.
by Michel Rouche (Paris: Presses de l'Universite de Paris-Sorbonne, 2000), pp.
|GERMANY: Rouche de Vries and his dog Bruno (main), and Jens Rettkowski and his pet Sammy (inset) perform during the freestyle competition as part of a dog frisbee tournament in Erfstadt.
Segun explico, un "intermediario" de ese grupo delictivo le llamo a su celular para darle esa noticia e informar a la familia que tenian que depositar 80 mil pesos en una cuenta a nombre de una persona de apellido "Rouche".
Some species particularly doves in the central Punjab use cotton plant as primary nesting material due to its temperature bearing properties and efficient cover qualities inside the nest (Pullis La Rouche, 2006).
I looked at images of the downtown, of Clemenceau Street, of the Rouche rocks, of the coastline, tried to imagine watching the sunset from the top of a building.
Applying the Rouche theorem, it is obtained that the number of zeros of the function {[DELTA]([lambda]) - [[lambda].sup.2][chi] ([lambda])} + [[lambda].sup.2][chi] ([lambda]) = [DELTA]([lambda]) inside the counter [[GAMMA].sub.n] coincides with the number of zeros of function [[lambda].sup.2][chi]([lambda]).
By standard results concerning continuous dependence of solutions of differential equations on parameters and Rouche's theorem of complex analysis, the moduli [absolute value of [[rho].sub.1] (s)] and [absolute value of [[rho].sub.2] (s)] depend continuously on s.