singulary

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singulary

(ˈsɪŋɡjʊlərɪ)
adj
(Logic) logic maths (of an operator) monadic
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Singulary finding of Eisenia nordenskioldi [11] were made on the banks of Vostochno-Sibirskoye Sea, Bolshaya Nerpichia lake near Pokhodsk settlement of Nizhnekolymsk region and in Khromskaya bay of Allaikhovski region.
Until our police forces are restored to their former strengths and our chief police officers start to record each crime singulary, public faith and belief in any crime figures will be damaged.
Until our police forces are restored to theirformer strengths and our chief police officers start to record each crime singulary, public faith and belief in any crime figures will be damaged.
Ya pensadores criticos como Deleuze y Foucault, entre otros, rescataban la idea Nietzscheana de la inversion del platonismo: el desplazamiento desde el mundo de las ideas eternas y trascendentes hacia lo singulary contingente, hacia una realidad impura y contaminada de contexto.
1999 "The singulary story of the English language in Puerto
This is the more amazingly, as such macroevolutionary events are by no means singulary events in plant evolution.
Although Covol believes that its expectations are based on reasonable assumptions, there are a number of business factors which singulary or combined may affect the company's future operating results.
This means that, given any of the planets of the Solar System, the singulary surface separating our world and the imaginary mass particles world in its gravitational field draws the sphere of the radius about one centimetre around its centre of gravity.