catenating


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cat·e·nat·ing

(kat'e-nāt-ing),
Occurring in a chain or series.
[L. catenatus, chained]

catenating

(kăt′ĕn-āt″ĭng) [L. catena, chain]
1. Pert. to a disease that is linked with another.
2. Forming a series of symptoms.
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Deque [d.sub.2] is semiregular since [d.sub.1] is regular, and by Lemma 6.2 the deque [d.sub.3] formed by catenating [d.sub.2] and [d".sub.1] is semiregular.
Finally, we make hopping sequences by catenating all elements from the first to the last row of the reflected Cayley table.