cwm

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n cwm a steep-walled semicircular basin in a mountain; may contain a lake
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n cwm A round valley-head inclosed on all sides but one by steep slopes; a corrie; a cirque. The typical cwms of the Welsh mountains have been shaped by glacial erosion.
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Usage

In literature:

Phenomena at Cwm Idwal.
"The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin, Volume II (of II)" by Charles Darwin
He was the son of Cwm Cawlwyd, a chief of the tribe of Gododin.
"Library Of The World's Best Literature, Ancient And Modern, Vol. 2" by Charles Dudley Warner
Mrs. Morris, of Cwm Vicarage, near Rhyl, told the writer the following story.
"Welsh Folk-Lore a Collection of the Folk-Tales and Legends of North Wales" by Elias Owen
The harvest moon, full and golden, was rising behind the crest of Cwm Dinas.
"For the Sake of the School" by Angela Brazil
Cwm Idwal (in Snowdonia).
"The Poetical Works of Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton, Bart. M.P." by Edward Bulwer Lytton
Another account relates that John ap John, of Cwm Celyn, set out one morning before daybreak to walk to Caerleon Fair.
"British Goblins" by Wirt Sikes
West of the Gallt a side valley, called Cwm Merch, runs nearly due south, and beyond this Cwm Lliwedd proper begins.
"Climbing in The British Isles, Vol. II" by W. P. Haskett Smith
On July 1 I set out with five coolies to reach the head of the great cwm under the North face of Mount Everest.
"Mount Everest the Reconnaissance, 1921" by Charles Kenneth Howard-Bury
At Cwm Dyli farm they say he's gone to sell sheep; has he so?
"Through Welsh Doorways" by Jeannette Augustus Marks
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In poetry:

The salmon lying in the depths of Llyn Llifon
Secretly as a thought in a dark mind,
Is not so old as the owl of Cwm Cowlyd
Who tells her sorrow nightly on the wind.
"The Ancients of the World" by R S Thomas
The toad and the ousel and the stag of Rhedynfre,
That has cropped each leaf from the tree of life,
Are not so old as the owl of Cwm Cowlyd,
That the proud eagle would have to wife.
"The Ancients of the World" by R S Thomas

In science:

Submitted to User Interface and Software Technology (2004) Palmer, S. B.: CWM - Closed World Machine.
Usability Meets Instant Gratification on the Semantic Web
We’ll work with four events: E1 = {h′m = m + l, h′n′−m = (n′ + k ′ ) − (m + l)}, E2 = {fWj ≥ λj (j ≤ m), fWm − λm ∈ [a′ , 2a′ ]}, E3 = {cWj ≤ λj (j ≤ m), cWm − λm ∈ [−3a′ , −2a′ ]}, E4 (x) = {Wj ≥ λj − x(j < n)}.
Poisson-Dirichlet branching random walks
It is well known (see [CWM]) that the Kan extensions can be calculated with coends.
Monads of regular theories
Let Wm,n = {γ ∈ G | σ(γ ) = (m, n)} and fix an element g ∈ CG whose support is contained in Wm,n , i.e. g ∈ CWm,n .
A Haagerup Inequality for $\tA_1\times\tA_1$ and $\tA_2$ Buildings
Let Wm,n = {γ ∈ G : σ(γ ) = (m, n)} and fix an element g ∈ CG whose support is contained in Wm,n , i.e. g ∈ CWm,n .
A Haagerup Inequality for $\tA_1\times\tA_1$ and $\tA_2$ Buildings
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