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der·i·va·tion

(der'i-vā'shŭn),
1. The source or process of an evolution. Synonym(s): revulsion
2. The drawing of blood or body fluids to one part to relieve congestion in another.
[L. derivatio, fr. derivo, pp. -atus, to draw off, fr. rivus, a stream]

der·i·va·tion

(der'i-vā'shŭn)
The source, origin, or evolutionary course of a structure or process.
Synonym(s): revulsion (2) .
[L. derivatio, fr. derivo, pp. -atus, to draw off, fr. rivus, a stream]

derivation

(dĕr″ĭ-vā′shŭn) [L. derivare, to draw off]
The source or origin of a substance or idea.
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9, Theorem 5]) Let d be a nonzero derivation of R and U a nonzero Lie ideal of R such that [u,d(u)] [member of] Z(R) for all u [member of] U.
Then it is easily checked that d is a f-derivation and D is a generalized f- derivation.
Several authors have studied this kind of Engel type identities with derivation in dierent ways.
Frequentative and momentative derivation have an opposite effect on the duration of the action to that expressed by the underived stem.
My view of its derivation appears to be shared by Ms Taylor's son.
George Daley, who directed the study, wrote, "Our analysis shows that the recombination pattern of SCNT-hES-1 is distinct from that of an ntES line and is consistent with its derivation from a parthenogenetic embryo.
The patients in the derivation and validation cohorts were stratified by their clinical characteristics at baseline.
The North, which was all along uncomfortable with the conference, opposed virtually every proposal the Southern zones tabled, but eventually agreed to a 17% revenue allocation on the principle of derivation, insisting that the presidency oscillates between the North and the South.
These centers are using oceanographic chemistry, genomics, proteomics, risk prevention, and public health approaches to address three specific areas in oceans and human health research: harmful algal blooms, water- and vectorborne pathogens, and the derivation of marine biopharmaceuticals.
18 /PRNewswire/ -- Massively Parallel Technologies (MPT), a provider of on-demand high-performance computing, announced the company has developed the first mathematical derivation of Amdahl's Law.
However, Reichert writes about human rights as moral imperatives without any explicit discussion of their moral derivation or the fact that they only really make sense from a moral perspective.