palindromic


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pal·in·drom·ic

(pal'in-drom'ik),
Recurring.

pal·in·drom·ic

(pal-in-drōm'ik)
Recurring.

palindromic

relapsing; recurring
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Structure preserving eigenvalue methods especially devised for the palindromic pencil (2.
parahaemolyticus is evaluated in this study in comparison with pandemic and clinical strains using repetitive extragenic palindromic PCR (Rep-PCR) (Olive & Bean 1999).
Sym, one checks that there are 13 permutations without any global descents, and one palindromic permutation with each of 1, 2, and 3 global descents:
Since the mid point must connect to the wings in palindromic structure, the letters there need to be considered, and they are suggesting three.
i) [29] The product of two palindromic polynomials is palindromic.
Did you know that "eleven plus two" is an anagram of "twelve plus one" and that "Peel's foe, not a set animal, laminates a tone of sleep" is the longest palindromic sentence ever recorded?
In "Mystique," palindromic and anagrammatic letter patterns correspond to other structures and imagery in the poem, suggesting that their presence is not merely accidental.
The piece "The Cross as te in 'The Canticle of Creatures,' Dante's 'Virgin Mother,' and Chaucer's 'Invocation to Mary'" by Sister Lucia Treanor is an ingenious study of palindromic structure, the figuration of the Cross as te in these works or excerpts.
Abstract The idea of left(right) palindromic permutations(LPPs, RPPs) and left(right) generalized Smarandache palindromic permutations(LGSPPs, RGSPPs) are introduced in symmetric groups [S.
Molecular typing techniques such as repetitive extragenic palindromic PCR, enterobacterial repetitive intergenic consensus PCR, and single primer PCR differentiated all 30 strains into different profiles.
SO which horse was the last winner of a classic race with a palindromic name and who was the jockey?