In literature:
They took a good look at the gold F.B.I.
"Dave Dawson at Casablanca" by Robert Sydney Bowen
F. from one to three hours.
"Outlines of dairy bacteriology" by H. L. Russell
Elected F. G. S., 1854, and F. R. S., 1862; knighted, 1884.
"The Makers of Canada: Index and Dictionary of Canadian History" by Various
If he'd axed for it hisse'f he cou'dn't a done better.
"Old Hendrik's Tales" by Arthur Owen Vaughan
In O. F. dissolves slowly, forming a colorless glass which remains so on cooling.
"The Elements of Blowpipe Analysis" by Frederick Hutton Getman
Walcott, G.F. Matthew, E. Emmons, E. Billings, J. Barrande, F. Schmidt, W.C. Brogger, S.A. Tullberg, S.L.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Slice 1" by Various
CAPTAIN B. F. MILLER.
"The Bright Side of Prison Life" by Samuel A. Swiggett
Here F.J. Bliss and R.A.S.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Slice 2" by Various
Aguesseau, H.F. d' (1668-1751), orator, 457, 480.
"A Short History of French Literature" by George Saintsbury
And bycause that the lyne D.H. and the lyne F.H.
"The Path-Way to Knowledg" by Robert Record
The next great step in the treatment of the subject was made by C.F.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Slice 3" by Various
By F. S. B. CHAUMONT, M.D., F.R.S.
"Coal" by Raphael Meldola
F. and in this way prevent a toughening of the albumen of which eggs are chiefly composed.
"Dietetics for Nurses" by Fairfax T. Proudfit
R. L.* RICHARD LYDEKKER, F.R.S., F.G.S., F.Z.S.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Appendix" by Various
F. in the shade, and 90 deg.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Slice 1" by Various
Stephen F. McCormick Pvt.
"History of Ambulance Company Number 139" by Various
By CHARLES HENRY COOPER, F.S.A., and THOMPSON COOPER, F.S.A.
"Dante. An essay." by R. W. Church
By HENRY HALL, F.R.G.S., F.R.C.I.
"Scamping Tricks and Odd Knowledge" by John Newman
C.E., F.G.S., F.M.S., Past-President of the Society of Engineers.
"Wrinkles in Electric Lighting" by Vincent Stephen
Lewis J. Allen, Benjamin Billings and W. F. Dawson were of Co. F; Dawson died on the 1st of June from the effects of his wound.
"Vermont riflemen in the war for the union, 1861 to 1865" by William Y. W. Ripley
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In poetry:
And Mr. E—— is going to—
I promis'd not to tell—
Be married to Miss F——, down street;
'Tis thought that she'll do well.
"Gossip!" by Benjamin Cutler Clark
And when, in future years, you read
What I to you just now have sung,
Let others praise or blame, do thou
Think pleasantly of T. F. Young.
"To Miss - -" by Thomas Frederick Young
May both retain those feelings long,
Which prompt the words of friendly tongue,
May I not fail to think of thee,
Nor you to think of T. F. Young.
"To A Friend" by Thomas Frederick Young
F. Asleep at last, and time he was, indeed.
Turn back the cradle-quilt, and lay him in;
And, mother, will you please to draw your chair? —
The supper's ready.
"Supper at the Mill" by Jean Ingelow
An' dere on door of de house she’s stan'nin'
To welcome us back, Madame Baribeau,
An' Pierre hese'f, he was on de lan'nin',
Ready for ketchin' de rope we t'row.
"Snubbing (Tying-up) The Raft" by William Henry Drummond
I seized her in a t-t-tight embrace,
And s-s-showered k-k-kisses on her f-f-face,
And t-t-told her that I'd g-g-give my l-life
If she would only b-b-be my w-w-wife.
"April Fool" by Edwin Carty Ranck
In news:
Bake at 425 degrees F to 450 degrees F until done (approximately 35 minutes), turning the potato halfway through baking .
G Goran Dragic (pictured), F Luis Scola, F Michael Beasley.
36° F Low: 30° F. 37° F Low: 23° F. 45° F Low: 27° F.
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53º F Low: 32º F. KMVT Breaking News Alerts.
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PANAMA CITY, Panama—W Hotels Worldwide announced it has signed an agreement with Evolution Tower Corp, a joint venture between F & F Properties and EFC Group Inc, to debut the W Hotels brand in Central America .
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65 F, Low: 53 F. 62 F, Low: 51 F.
Continental Tire says it will recall 390,000 truck tires, most of which are used as original tires on 2008-2009 Ford F-250 and F-350 trucks.
38º F Low: 32º F Wind: 0 MPH.
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In science:
For any subsheaf F ⊂ E with E /F torsion free, let H ⊂ V be the inverse image of H 0 (F (N )) and h = dim(H ), we have χ(F (N ))P (m) − P (N )χ(F (m)) ≤ hP (m) − P (N )h0 (F (m)) for m > N (note that h1 (F (N )) ≥ h1 (F (m))).
Factorization of generalized theta functions at reducible case
The stable isomorphism classes of F (V )P On /F = Zt (F , n, r)/F or (when n even) F (V )P Spn /F = Zs (F , n, r)/F are retract rational if and only if A2,n has the lifting property.
Generic algebras with involution of degree 8m
D(Lλ) and Lλ (f ) = M (respectively Lλ (f ) = N ); (ii) inf Lλ (f ) = M (respectively supLλ (f ) = N ); (iii) ∀ε > 0, Lλ ({x : f (x) > M − ε}) = 1 (respectively Lλ ({x : f (x) < N + ε}) = 1); (iv) ∀ε > 0, Lλ ({x : f (x) ≤ M − ε}) = 0 (respectively Lλ ({x : f (x) ≥ N + ε}) = 0).
Classification on the average of random walks
K (f , f ), K (f , f ) = Xk+ℓ 6=0 h ˆK1(k , ℓ) ˆf (k) ˆf (ℓ) + ˆK2(k , ℓ) ˆf (k) ˆf (−ℓ) + ˆK2(ℓ, k) ˆf (−k) ˆf (ℓ) + ˆK3 (k , ℓ) ˆf (−k) ˆf (−ℓ)i ei(k+ℓ)x , where ˆKj (k , ℓ), (j = 1, 2, 3) are the unknown coeﬃcients to be determined, and ˆKj (k , ℓ) = ˆKj (ℓ, k), (j = 1, 3).
Melnikov Analysis for Singularly Perturbed DSII Equation
If (f × Id)∗ is invertible we set f ♯ = (f × Id)−1 ∗ (Id × f )∗ : KG (Z1 ) → KG (Z2 ), if (Id × f )∗ is invertible we set ♯f = (Id × f )∗−1 (f × Id)∗ : KG (Z2 ) → KG (Z1 ).
Induced and simple modules of double affine Hecke algebras
If (Id × f )∗ is invertible we set ♯f = (Id × f )−1 ∗ (f × Id)∗ : KG (Z1 ) → KG (Z2 ), if (f × Id)∗ is invertible we set f♯ = (f × Id)∗−1 (Id × f )∗ : KG (Z2 ) → KG (Z1 ).
Induced and simple modules of double affine Hecke algebras
Since −(f ∗Pf − F ) is nef over X and f∗(f ∗Pf − F ) ≥ 0, we have f ∗Pf − F ≥ 0. (We used that f∗F is b-nef and f∗F ≤ D , so f∗F ≤ Pf ). (iii) ′ ⇒ (iii).
On Zariski decomposition problem
Let E , F be directed graphs. A graph morphism φ : F → E consists of maps φi : F i → E i for i = 0, 1 such that φ0(r(f )) = r(φ1(f )) and φ0 (s(f )) = s(φ1(f )) for all f ∈ E 1 .
Some intrinsic properties of simple graph $C^*$-algebras
Otherwise assume that o ¨f (∗X ) = 0 then V ( ¨f − o ¨f ) = V ( ¨f ) = V (f ). ¨f − o ¨f has smaller number of monomials than f .
Elements of Nonstandard Algebraic Geometry
Though we do not deﬁne rearrangements precisely here, it suﬃces to note that such rearrangements always exist for measurable f , and whenever f ∗ is a rearrangement of f , we have ||f ||A = ||f ∗ ||A and ||f ||1 = ||f ∗ ||1 and RD A(|∇f (η )|)dη = RD ′ A(|∇f ∗(η )|)dη .
Random Surfaces
Taking g = z + εv(z ) in the group law leads to γf +εv(f )F = γf · F + εγf · (v · F ) + o(ε), where v · F (z ) ≡ v(z )F ′ (z ) is the standard action of vector ﬁelds on functions.
Conformal field theories in random domains and stochastic Loewner evolutions
We denote by Λ♮ : Af f (T ) → Af f (S ) the unital positive linear continuous map deﬁned by Λ♮(f )(s) = f (Λ(s)) for f ∈ Af f (T ). A positive linear map ξ : Af f T (A) → Af f T (B ) is said to be compatible to α if ξ ( ˆp)(τ ) = τ (α(p)) for all τ ∈ T (B ) and any pro jection p ∈ M∞ (A).
Simple nuclear $C^*$-algebras of tracial topological rank one
V \{0} = ∪F ′ ∈F ′ F ′′\F ′ , where F ′′ ∈ F ′′ is the immediate successor of F ′ ∈ F ′ .
Ind--varieties of generalized flags as homogeneous spaces for classical ind--groups
We deﬁne a ﬂag in V to be a chain of subspaces F satisfying (ii) and which is isomorphic as an ordered set to a subset of Z. A ﬂag can be equivalently deﬁned as a chain of subspaces F for which there exists a strictly monotonic map of ordered sets ϕ : F → Z and, in addition, ∩F ∈F F = 0 and ∪F ∈F = V .
Ind--varieties of generalized flags as homogeneous spaces for classical ind--groups
Then H ′ ⊂ F ′ and hence H ′′ ⊂ F ′ , i.e. v ∈ ∪G′′ ∈F ′′ ,G′′⊂F ′′ ,G′′ 6=F ′′ G′′ which proves that F ′ ⊂ ∪G′′ ∈F ′′ ,G′′⊂F ′′ ,G′′ 6=F ′′ G′′ .
Ind--varieties of generalized flags as homogeneous spaces for classical ind--groups
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