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de·rive

(dĭ-rīv′)
v.
1. To obtain or receive from a source.
2. To produce or obtain a chemical compound from another substance by chemical reaction.
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The lack of registration by some might be due to lack of awareness of the benefits derivable from being bonafide member of the library.
Our purpose in this paper is to provide a useful class of multimeasures for modelling of images and information derivable from images.
i]) = 0 and/or #(C) = 0, implies there is no derivable decision for such occasion.
The relation == is the complete set of the equations derivable from the environment of D.
To see why, we note that the Bayesian calculus used in anthropic reasoning contains both the a priori probabilities of various physical constants (putatively derivable from some ultimate physical theory), and the conditional probabilities for the emergence of intelligent life, given those a priori probabilities.
Inference is the process of arriving at some conclusion that, though it is not logically derivable from the assumed premises, possesses some degree of probability relative to the premises.
Hence, a statistical point estimate of CBBE might not be derivable based upon this foundation.
Therefore, there is need to put the nutritional values derivable from rice into consideration when choosing a particular rice variety.
The evidence from Table 2 indicates that respondents are favourably disposed to impact of mining in the area through benefit derivable from the existence of mining activities.
of Iowa) explores partitions of vector spaces, subgeometry partitions, subplane covered nets and Baer groups, flocks and related geometries, derivable geometries, constructions of parallelisms, parallelism-induced groups, coset switching, and transitivity.
Breastfeeding should therefore continue to be encouraged on the basis of convincing evidence of the benefits derivable from human milk to the overall health and development of the infant.
In both of its accounts, the end is settled, derivable from the observation of the natural laws of historical progress.