Gerbe

Definitions

  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Gerbe jerb something resembling a sheaf of wheat: a kind of firework.
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Fr.

Usage

In literature:

Cast-iron for gerbes will be preserved by the above method.
"Endless Amusement" by Unknown
This extraordinary fact was first discovered by the French naturalist Z. Gerbe, and was later rediscovered by R.S.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 10, Slice 2" by Various
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In news:

Sabres' Gerbe showcasing strong checking skills throughout scoring slump.
Sabres Beat Caps, Gerbe Passes Test.
The Sabres use four first period goals to beat the Washington Capitals, while Nathan Gerbe passes his concussion testing.
Bulgaria 's ruling GERB party fell to 24.5 percent in November, dropping by 2.3 percentage points from September, as the.
The recall includes Gerbes stores in Mid-Missouri.
Nathan Gerbe, Ville Leino and Patrick Kaleta celebrate Leino's game opening goal against the Vancouver Canucks (Getty Images).
Nathan Gerbe is a surprised scratch as Cody McCormick takes his place in the lineup.
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In science:

This morphism is actually a gerbe in the following sense.
From HAG to DAG: derived moduli spaces
We define in this paper the notion of gerbed tower.
Non abelian cohomology: the point of view of gerbed tower
This has motivated the definition of a 2-structure called gerbe, which is classified in geometry by a 2-Cech cocycle.
Non abelian cohomology: the point of view of gerbed tower
An example of a n-gerbed tower appears in the theory of affine manifolds.
Non abelian cohomology: the point of view of gerbed tower
The classification of affine fibrations has been done using gerbe theory (see ).
Non abelian cohomology: the point of view of gerbed tower
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