If we put F = G and f = g in Corollary
18, we get the following result.
4 reduces to a result obtained by Owa and Obradovic [27, Corollary
For [alpha] = 1, a = 1/10, b = 9/10 and f same as in above corollary
, we obtain:
A](b) for each b [member of] B (see , Corollary
Data suggest that in schizophrenia, corollary
discharge fails to alert the temporal lobes that these thoughts are self-generated, leading to the misattribution of inner speech to external sources and producing the experience of auditory hallucinations, said Dr.
involves the concepts of prevention and detection.
The proof of Corollary
2 is straightforward from Theorem 1.
The goal of all this is, of course, not just a mere portrayal of an ocean and its corollary
systems; it is an appreciation and a beginning of understanding of Gala itself, the earth and its numberless life forms.
Eighty of the cats had malignant lymphoma--a feline corollary
to non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in people; the other cats were diagnosed with a comparably serious disease having no link to smoking.
As a necessary corollary
to the encouraging growth in the neighborhood, efforts are underway to protect the cobblestone streets and low-rise former meatpacking plants and other buildings that make the neighborhood attractive to diners, shoppers and businesses.
Not sure what the corollary
is today: "Uncle John" crossed my mind (in honor of John Paulk), but that wouldn't be politically correct, would it?
The solution is the "new-value exception"--a corollary
to the Code's absolute-priority rule, which, though ambiguous, has been upheld by some bankruptcy courts.
disadvantage is that Pat will also have to include in income the cost of any group-term life insurance provided to Chris.
control over tribal self-governance and for a corollary
duty on the part of the U.
1 - Storage density (magnetic) increases between 60 and 100% every year.