endomorphic

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj endomorphic having a squat and fleshy build "a pyknic practical joke"
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • endomorphic Occurring in the form of an endomorph; of or relating to minerals occurring as endomorphs.
    • endomorphic Specifically In petrography, having the character of those phases of contact-metamorphism which are developed within the intrusive rock. See endomorphism.
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Usage


In news:

And endomorphs have it rough.
Or make a joke about the former first-round pick's endomorph body type.
Trainers often categorize body types as ectomorph, mesomorph and endomorph, says personal trainer Becky Olson, who is also the group fitness supervisor for the Ogden Athletic Club in South Ogden.
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In science:

In this way, we have shown that any non-zero endomorphism of G is invertible, thus the endomorphism ring of G is a division ring.
Infinite dimensional representations of canonical algebras
Note that all the indecomposable modules in ω have local endomorphism rings: the endomorphism ring E of the canonical generic module is a division ring (Theorem 3), the endomorphism ring of a Pr¨ufer module is a (not necessarily commutative) discrete valuation ring.
Infinite dimensional representations of canonical algebras
The module G has finite length as an E op -module, where E is its endomorphism ring.
Infinite dimensional representations of canonical algebras
It is sufficient to show the following: Ext1 (M , G) has finite length, here E is the endomorphism ring of G.
Infinite dimensional representations of canonical algebras
For example, a finite-dimensional module cannot appear as a submodule of the ring of linear endomorphisms of [V (λ) whilst a simple integrable module with non-trivial zero weight space can be embedded in such a ring for λ sufficiently large (cf. for example ).
Quantum loop modules
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