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ramify

 [ram´ĭ-fi]
1. to branch; to diverge in different directions.
2. to traverse in branches.

ram·i·fy

(ram'i-fī),
To split into a branchlike pattern.
[L. ramus, branch, + facio, to make]

ramify

/ram·i·fy/ (ram´ĭ-fi)
1. to branch; to diverge in different directions.
2. to traverse in branches.

ramify

See ramus.

ram·i·fy

(ram'i-fī)
To split into a branchlike pattern.
[L. ramus, branch, + facio, to make]

ram·i·fy

(ram'i-fī)
To split into a branchlike pattern.
[L. ramus, branch, + facio, to make]

ramify (ram´əfī),

v to branch; to diverge in various directions; to traverse in branches.

ramify

1. to branch; to diverge in different directions.
2. to traverse in branches.
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Let V denote the finite set (with even cardinality) of places of F where D ramifies.
Denote by V the set of places of F where D ramifies, by V' the subset of [nu] in V which stay prime in E, and by V" the set of [nu] in V which split in E.
Let E/F be a quadratic separable extension of global fields, D an inner form of G = GL(n) over F, and V the finite set of places where D ramifies.
Denote by V' the set of places of F which stay prime in E where D ramifies.
Still, the transposition of the commercial imperative to the feminine body parts on sale only ramifies to the politics shimmering through Khamissy's aesthetic.
Each piece ramifies into those clustered nearby as if these bits of cardboard were mock-ups for the concept of hypertext.
Something more than a scheme about transmission and reception, and harder to explain, ramifies our encounter with these images.