singular point


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singular point

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This affection developed to a singular point; in a soul so new, it was like a first love.
One singular point which struck her quick feminine eye was that although he wore some dark coat, such as he had started to town in, he had on neither collar nor necktie.
Sikes' dog, there exist strong and singular points of resemblance.
"There are some very singular points here," said Holmes, smiling.
Yes, you will find some very singular points about the moor, Dr.
"And yet there are singular points about it which hold out some hopes for our client."
The opposition's agenda of disruption of parliament also has a singular point: use their elected power to call the legal process of accountability of NAB a political witch-hunt, a systematic obliteration of political opposition--the populist terms for gaining of public sympathy, and establishment of a narrative of victimisation at the hands of the establishment and its civilian 'puppet.'
But there are the stalwarts, the creatives and visionaries who have been able to survive the winds of change because of consistent excellence and singular point of view.
Here, the concentration of the compressive stresses is observed near the corner point R([x.sub.1] =0, [x.sub.2]= 100 h) of the strip and the singular point E.
A point p [member of] [M.sup.n] is called a singular point if f is not an immersion at p.
That singular point alone must keep us in sober assessment.
Whether [x.sub.i] is a singular point in x or not, it can be inferred by