I'm on the waw-path, and the price uv coffins is a-gwyne to raise.
"Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Complete" by Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
Haw, for gauad's seck lawt my lean, mawster; waw, waw, waw.
"Gargantua and Pantagruel, Complete." by Francois Rabelais
Waw gi' amma hankshifp.
"Back Home" by Eugene Wood
Well, bymeby de years roll on an' de waw come.
"Sketches New and Old, Complete" by Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
Waw, sow aw did too.
"Captain Brassbound's Conversion" by George Bernard Shaw
Let for example the following question be put: 'Waw Colbee yagoono?
"A Complete Account of the Settlement at Port Jackson" by Watkin Tench
Waw shouldn't I git a bit o me own back?
"Major Barbara" by George Bernard Shaw
Perhaps he waw not so much at rest or so contented with her as with Alice.
"The Gilded Age, Part 5." by Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) and Charles Dudley Warner
I'm on the waw-path, and the price uv coffins is a-gwyne to raise.
"Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Part 5" by Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
Haw, for gauad's seck lawt my lean, mawster; waw, waw, waw.
"Gargantua and Pantagruel, Book II." by Francois Rabelais
Waw, aw wonder whean yo'll find him!
"Yorksher Puddin'" by John Hartley
I'm on the waw-path, and the price uv coffins is a-gwyne to raise.
"The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain
If it wasn't for dat waw, I'd go out o' dis swamp wid you tomorrow.
"Captain Ted" by Louis Pendleton
Yellow Saw waw O-jawa.
"Voyages from Montreal Through the Continent of North America to the Frozen and Pacific Oceans in 1789 and 1793" by Alexander Mackenzie
Kee-Waw was afterward pardoned by the president of the United States.
"Fifty Years In The Northwest" by William Henry Carman Folsom
Waw hoo naks ar hasch yak-queets sish ni-ese, Waw har.
"The Adventures of John Jewitt" by John Rodgers Jewitt
Sometimes instead of the gain-skoot they used waw-pah-tee, which was simply a guessing game.
"Aw-Aw-Tam Indian Nights" by J. William Lloyd
Waw, aw sed, didn't theaw koe on me fur to get in?
"Lancashire Humour" by Thomas Newbigging
Bearing southward, we now round the base of ~Three Brothers~, the Waw-haw'-kee or "falling rocks" of the Indians.
"Guide to Yosemite" by Ansel Hall
It says, apparently, that in Ezekiel the `waw' sign appears with great regularity.
"The Great God Gold" by William Le Queux
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Thus thought Sir John, by anger wrought on,
And to rewenge his injured cause,
He brought them hup to Mr. Broughton,
Last Vensday veek as ever waws.
"The Knight And The Lady" by William Makepeace Thackeray
Then up spoke Tribal Wiseman Waw:
"Brothers, today I talk to grieve:
As an upholder of the Law
You know how deeply we believe
In Liberty, Fraternity,
And likewise Equality.
"Equality" by Robert W Service
Was it Shingebis the diver?
Or the pelican, the Shada?
Or the heron, the Shuh-shuh-gah?
Or the white goose, Waw-be-wawa,
With the water dripping, flashing,
From its glossy neck and feathers?
"The Song Of Hiawatha XXII: Hiawatha's Departure" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
There exists an injective endomorphism σ : A(−∞,∞) → A(−∞,∞) given by σ(a) = waw∗ .
Purely infinite simple reduced C*-algebras of one-relator separated graphs
Kr (a) ∩ Rr (w) = {0}; (3) (wa)# exists and Rr (w) = Rr (waw).
The characterizations and representations for the generalized inverses with prescribed idempotents in Banach algebras
Since Rr (w) = Rr (waw), Rr (wa) ⊂ Rr (w) = Rr (waw) ⊂ Rr (wa).
The characterizations and representations for the generalized inverses with prescribed idempotents in Banach algebras
WaW α , which Note that this agrees with (3.46), since S is deﬁned as accounts for the difference in the prefactors.
Supersymmetric Gauge Theories from String Theory
A is simple, and there exists a nonzero idempotent w in A for which wAw is purely inﬁnite simple.
Purely infinite simple Leavitt path algebras
Then the simplicity of A gives that AwA = A for any nonzero idempotent w ∈ A, which yields by [2, Proposition 3.5] that A and wAw are Morita equivalent, so that (iii) follows immediately from (ii).
Purely infinite simple Leavitt path algebras
Then there exists a nonzero idempotent w ∈ A such that α, β ∈ wAw .
Purely infinite simple Leavitt path algebras
But wAw is purely inﬁnite simple by (i) ⇔ (iii), so by [5, Theorem 1.6] there exist a′ , b′ ∈ wAw such that a′αb′ = w .
Purely infinite simple Leavitt path algebras
Since A is not a division ring and A is a ring with local units, there exists a nonzero idempotent w of A for which wAw is not a division ring.
Purely infinite simple Leavitt path algebras
But since α ∈ wAw , by deﬁning a = wa′w and b = wb′w we have aαb = w .
Purely infinite simple Leavitt path algebras
Thus another application of [5, Theorem 1.6] (noting that w is the identity of wAw) gives the desired conclusion.
Purely infinite simple Leavitt path algebras
Since A is not a division ring and A has local units there exists a nonzero idempotent w of A such that wAw is not a division ring.
Purely infinite simple Leavitt path algebras
But then (waw)α(wbw) = wβw = β , which yields that wAw is purely inﬁnite simple by [5, Theorem 1.6].
Purely infinite simple Leavitt path algebras
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