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resembling a star

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At 812x the AGN is a starlike dot that's obviously the brightest part of the galaxy.
Wang [27] introduced the following classes of starlike mappings from the unified perspective which contains the above two definitions.
Owa, "On a subclass of certain starlike functions with negative coefficients," The Pusan Kyongnam Mathematical Journal, vol.
In 1991, Goodman [2, 3] introduced classes UCV and UST of uniformly convex and uniformly starlike functions, respectively.
A function [phi] analytic in E is convex of order [alpha]; 0 [less than or equal to] [alpha] < 1 in E if and only if z[phi]'(z) is starlike of order [alpha]; 0 [less than or equal to] [alpha] < 1 in E (e.g., see Duren [4]).
What is a starlike punctuation mark SOLUTIONS The 8 Galsworthy; John 7 German; 6 Wear; and Tyne 5 calorie; A4 ship; A3 moon; The 2 Omens; Good 1 uses.
The positive control VEGF showed the highest score, 4, wherein the granuloma was strongly vascularized and a strong starlike network of capillaries was formed around the granuloma.
Let C and S* be the subclasses of S which are convex (f(D) is a convex set) and starlike (f(D) is a starlike set with respect to the origin) respectively.
Brannan and Taha [6] introduced certain subclasses of the bi-univalent function class [sigma] similar to the familiar subclasses S (*) ([beta]) and K ([beta]) of starlike and convex function of order [beta] (0 [less than or equal to] [beta] < 1) in U, respectively (see [21]).
Unlike conventional silicone release agents, the new silicone polymers have a starlike structure.
Making use of a Ruscheweyh operator, we consider a new subclass of univalent functions which generalize the classes of strongly starlike and strongly convex functions.
Today, the coolest known starlike orb is a brown dwarf discovered last year.
Hint (4) LAST WEEK'S SOLUTION: Across - 1 Fiver; 4 Cudgel; 7 Heel; 10 Denomination; 11 Burn; 13 Starlike; 14 Needy; 17 Brood; 19 Squeeze home; 22 Overtime; 23 Spacious; 25 Gastronomic; 26 Manor; 27 Reign; 28 Caryatid; 32 Nine; 33 Witching hour; 34 Yard; 35 Cannon; 36 Tithe.
"When I've been looking back at the video I zoomed in and spotted a starlike shape in the sky, which looked quite like the object from the original video."
In my 4-inch refractor, M81 brightens toward an intense, starlike heart.