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An inveterate traveler, Fishwick reminisced about his journeys in Around the World in Forty Years.

He is an inveterate womaniser; Hogan states in Sharpe's Havoc, "I've noticed you possess a lamentable tendency to put on shining armour and look for ladies to rescue.

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inverse gain jamming, was used operationally by the Royal Air Force against the Würzburg radar during WWII.

It is also helpful that, not only is an orthogonal matrix invertible, but its inverse is available essentially free, by exchanging indices.

In Kiowa and jemez linguistic studies these suffixes are known as "inverse number" suffixes.

A semigroup differs from a group in that for each of its elements there may not exist an inverse; further, there may not exist an identity element.

Neutrinos were observed via the inverse beta decay reaction ( Error in : unknown particle proton + Error in : unknown particle Electron antineutrino › Error in : unknown particle neutron + Error in : unknown particle antielectron ).

Then the restrictions :T : Pro›Alx and :W : Alx›Pro are inverse concrete isomorphisms over Set.

The green is in the shape of an inverse L. The whole right and bottom side of the green is lined with water.

If the diffraction pattern is sampled at twice the Nyquist frequency (inverse of sample size) or lower it can yield a unique real space image².

They are diffeomorphic if there is an r times continuously differentiable bijective function between them whose inverse is also r times continuously differentiable.

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