tabi

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n tabi a sock with a separation for the big toe; worn with thong sandals by the Japanese
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: When wearing a Kimono, Japanese women wear socks called "Tabi". The big toe of the sock is separated from the rest of the toes, like a thumb from a mitten.
    • n tabi A low sock of white or blue cotton worn by the Japanese. It has a thick sole and a separate part for the great toe.
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Usage

In literature:

I am taking a set of cotton kimonas to China so as to have them to wear in my room with the tabi on hot days.
"Letters from China and Japan" by John Dewey
But he wears stockings, not tabi.
"The Way of the Gods" by John Luther Long
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In news:

Tabi Bonney 's hip-hop stems from his father's musical influence.
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Tabi Bonney Works It Out.
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SuperHeavy, Megafaun, Tabi Bonney .
The Summer Years,' by Tabi Bonney .
See Tabi Bonney for free on Saturday.
Tabi Bonney celebrates DC in new video.
Wye Oak, La Sera , Alex Winston, Tabi Bonney.
Tabi Bonney's hip-hop stems from his father's musical influence.
MURS, SkiBeatz and Tabi Bonney, live in-studio.
Tabi Bonney Works It Out.
Tabi Bonney's "Summer Years" on the way.
The Summer Years,' by Tabi Bonney.
Wye Oak, La Sera, Alex Winston, Tabi Bonney.
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In science:

The bilinears Ei and Tabi are respectively the energies and the quadratic spin-2 operators of the N decoupled models.
Spin models with random anisotropy and reflection symmetry
Xabij TabiTabj + M Xij EiEj , where Tabi and Ei are defined in Eq. (32).
Spin models with random anisotropy and reflection symmetry
However, in the presence of cubic symmetry Tabi , cf.
Spin models with random anisotropy and reflection symmetry
One must consider separately Uai ≡ Taai and Tabi with a 6= b, that have different RG dimensions yU and yT .
Spin models with random anisotropy and reflection symmetry
So for a definable subset X of G, the stabilizer of X modulo this ideal, namely S tabI (X ) = {g ∈ G : gX∆X is nongeneric} forms a subgroup of G.
Groups, measures, and the NIP
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