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Cor·ner

(kōr'nĕr),
George W., U.S. anatomist and historian, 1889-1981. See: Corner-Allen test, Corner-Allen unit.

Cor·ner

(kōr'nĕr),
Edred M., English surgeon, 1873-1950. See: Corner tampon.
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Thus, the m-cover poset yields a Fuss-Catalan generalization of the above mentioned Cambrian lattices, namely a family of lattices parametrized by an integer m, such that the case m = 1 yields the corresponding Cambrian lattice, and the cardinality of these lattices is the generalized Fuss-Catalan number of the dihedral group and the symmetric group, respectively.
tau], [sigma]) denotes the (internal) dihedral angle of the face [sigma] < [tau] and [Vol.
Other components include simple endscrapers on blades, dihedral burins and several rabots, i.
The generators [rho] and [tau] of the dihedral group [D.
These components include the sky horn, reference horn, internal reference load, dihedral mirrors, collimator, and the detector itself.
Stereochemical evaluation of backbone Psi and Phi dihedral angles revealed that 78.
They present "symmetric icons" produced with dihedral symmetry, "quilts" produced with repeating patterns, and "symmetric fractals" produced with fractals.
19,20) Birds can use swept wings, slotted wings, longitudinal dihedral (between the wings and tail), and movements of the tail and wings to maintain themselves in the desired position.
The wings of scoters 1 and 2 are configured in a negative dihedral that minimizes control, while their feet are rotated about their roll axis.
To ensure the integrity of the survey, ACAMS has contracted The Dihedral Group to administer the survey, and to collect, assess, and analyze individual responses.
To maintain the same wing wetted area as initial design, and break point positions are recalculated without twist and dihedral factors.