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R]([lambda]) is the right annihilator of [lambda] in R.
2] is also the maximal annihilator of A1, suppose conversely that there exists a 1-form [omega] [member of] T M not belonging to [H.
It is quite possible that family annihilators believe that the way to stay with their kids is to kill them and all go to heaven together.
The annihilators are so firmly against the use of race--and see so little merit in the other side--that they are not particularly concerned about what replaces affirmative action.
And, ready to battle for your attention in the consumer landscape are: CARB KICKERS, CARB BREAKER, CARB BUSTERS, CARB CRUSHER, CARB SLAMMER, CARB CONQUEST, CARB TERMINATOR, CARB KILLER, CARB ASSASSIN, and CARB ANNIHILATORS.
I helped the devastated women write their book, Beyond All Evil, the firstever true life examination of family annihilators and what makes them tick.
His annihilators of healthy relationships are criticism, contempt, defensiveness and stonewalling.
Luke's style can be described as both dark and energising, his productions are dance floor annihilators, fusing elements of techno, industrial with hints of electro.
Annihilators of Premiership newcomers Llanharan last week, Newbridge found Aberavon a totally different proposition at the Welfare Ground.
Rising divorce rates and debt mean more and more middle-aged men, increasingly depressed, abusive and violent may become family annihilators in a bid to vent their revenge, anger or frustration, the documentary makers conclude.
Family annihilators are men who place a great premium on being in control, says Professor Levin.
Noritz, who was sitting close to Tim Henman's father Tony, hands out literature; maintaining he is backed by the World Terrorist Annihilators and Anti-Terrorist Project.
The annihilator of [LAMBDA] is denoted by [LAMBDA] [perpendicular to] and defined by