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Pre-multiplying the latter by and dividing by gives : which of course coincides with the canonical derivation given earlier.

Other European languages have similarly sized anthropomorphic units with names directly derived from the word for thumb in that language,
whiteread, Lord Palumbo told The Guardian that: "Talent at the highest level attracts derision.

"We view them with contempt and derision," said the US State Department, and the foreign minister of Italy, the current chair of the European Union, called the incident gravely offensive.

His qualifications were largely overlooked, and the words "swamp gas" were repeated ad infinitum in relation to UFO reports, and the explanation was subject to national derision.

Both "tuckahoe” and "cohee” were often used as terms of disparagement and derision by the opposing group.

This decision earned the derision of head coach Morrill, as the Aggies held a 25-3 record and were nationally ranked in the top-25.

Unable to decide whether this was based on ignorance or was in fact a trick (cuckoos have no nest; they lay their eggs in other birds' nests), the Botnangers gave the duke an area of their woods - much to the derision of other local communities.

The products were so poorly received they remain a topic of derision to this day.

The performance was met with derision and disappointment by fans and critics alike.

In the mainstream press, Wolf attracted similar derision.

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