semiopen

semiopen

(ˌsɛmɪˈəʊpən)
adj
partially open
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Her equipages were the huge family coach in which she had traveled to Voronezh, a semiopen trap, and a baggage cart.
C2 is mainly in high uplift of buried hill, the main anions are [Cl.sup.-] and HC[O.sub.3.sup.-] and the main cation is [Na.sup.+], and hydrochemical type is Cl x HC[O.sub.3]-Na, which is in semiopen hydrogeochemical environment.
In semiopen or closed seas the wave reserves may be relatively barren, for example, the Mediterranean Sea [14,15].
In this section, an antenna located at the center of a semiopen land is discussed.
Lastly, I used a semiopen online survey of complainants after they had received the regulator's response.
Its heterotrophic function will also affected, because semiopen valves cause the gills to retreat and thereby minimize the clam's capacity in filtering incoming water.
(d) soft semiopen [11] if (F, A) [??] cl(int((F, A))),
He investigated soft semiopen sets in soft topological spaces and studied some properties of them.
Sean Jnr began his sentence immediately and will serve out the remainder in the training unit of Mountjoy prison, a semiopen low security facility.
Then a subset A of X is said to be gs-closed with respect to the grill G (G-gs-closed, for short) if [PHI](A) [subset not equal to] U whenever A [subset not equal to] U and U is semiopen in X.
In this Texas Journal of Science, Crossley & Hildebrand (1971) continued the investigation of semiopen sets by defining the semi-closure of a set, and in a subsequent paper (Crossley & Hildebrand, 1972) introduced irresolute functions.
It inhabits arid to semihumid, semiopen brushy woodlands, scrubby thickets, and forest edges, generally along streams or dry washes.