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the·o·rem

(thē'ŏ-rem),
A proposition that can be tested, and can be established as a law or principle.
See also: law, principle, rule.

theorem

[thē′ərəm]
Etymology: Gk, theorein, to look at
1 a proposition to be proved by a chain of reasoning and analysis.
2 a rule expressed by symbols or formulae.

the·o·rem

(thē'ŏ-rĕm)
A proposition that can be proved, and so is established as a law or principle.
See also: law, principle, rule

the·o·rem

(thē'ŏ-rĕm)
Proposition that can be tested then and can be established as a law or principle.

theorem (thē´ərəm),

n 1. a proposition to be proved by a chain of reasoning and analysis.
2. a proven proposition used in the solution of a more advanced problem.
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Mathalon of Yale University in New Haven hypothesized that speaking generates a corollary discharge of motor speech commands that are transmitted to the auditory cortex, suppressing or dampening its response to self-generated speech sounds.
Corollary 3 - Storage performance improves less than 10% per year.
Corollary - If there is a worse time for something to go wrong, it will happen then.
The problem with the Corollary design, Shriner explained, is that it uses a shared bus set-up that marries two Intel four ways in the Corollary eight way 'crossbar'.
The first corollary is that "the proponent of an activity, rather than the public, should bear the burden of proof (reverse onus).
She points out that women in the novel are compelled "to nurture and rear children as a result of their oppression by a patriarchal society and the corollary social violence of racism" and that in the novel there is a "recurring pattern" of "forced separation of the mother from her children.
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2 because its corollary is the same: Take away the check, and you will shrink the size of the underclass, not by spurring its members to self-reliance and the repairing of frayed family and community ties, but by ensuring that they won't be born.
The use of a positive discount rate in the NPV equation is the operational corollary of that assumption.