Nor-Q-D

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Nor-Q-D trade name for an oral contraceptive containing norethindrone
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Usage

In poetry:

Q. What were the things they promis'd to fulfil
For thee — 'till thou to proper age shou'dst grow,
When of thyself thou hadst no pow'r, nor will?
Tell me aloud, if thou the same dost know.
"The Catechism " by Rees Prichard

In science:

Given Q > 0 and writing Ac = Ω \ A, we let P0 (f , Q) = {∃∆ ∈ D(f , ω ), ∆ ⊆ [−Q/ǫ, Q/ǫ]}c , be the set of realizations of the random field that neither give rise to a positive nor to a negative elongation in the interval [−Q/ǫ, Q/ǫ].
One-dimensional random field Kac's model: localization of the phases
The power transformation φ(D) = Dq with 0 < q < 1 is not rectifiable nor bounded.
Robust Estimation through Schoenberg transformations
Note also that P ∪ R[w , a] ∪ T ∪ S [b, x] and Q ∪ R[y , c] ∪ U ∪ S [d, z ] are odd circuits A and B , respectively, for neither G[Hi−1 ∪ P ] nor G[Hi−1 ∪ Q] is an even-circuit-connected graph.
Even circuits of prescribed clockwise parity
As a consequence, neither ¯Q{γ · D, B+ }Q nor ¯Q[γ · D, E− ]Q is redundant.
New lattice action for heavy quarks
Any choice of p, 0 < p < (q − 1)/q now gives a proof of the existence of µ(k , d) such that if n ≥ µ(d, k) and C is an [n, k , d] code, then neither C nor its dual C ⊥ are good for error detection.
Codes for error detection, good or not good
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