palindromic


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pal·in·drom·ic

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

(pal-in-drōm'ik)
Recurring.
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least tried to compose a few palindromic charade passage pairs for his
Consider by means of illustration the number of possible three letter palindromic words.
(Note that palindromic poetry, like other kinds of poetry, greatly benefits from that relaxation of normal grammatical and syntactical standards that is known as "poetic license.")
Raimon Sanmarti, "Palindromic rheumatism: a reappraisal," International Journal of Clinical Rheumatology, vol.
Palindromic sequence was generated using "Palindromic sequences finder" (available online at: http://www.biophp.org/minitools/find_palindromes/demo.php).
Let [C.sub.u](n) and [P.sub.u](n) denote the number of factors of length n and the number of palindromic factors of length n, respectively.
If you live in or near a state or province that uses the three letters and three numbers scheme for licence plates, you may have difficulty finding a palindromic plate of numbers and letters.
Palindromic rheumatism is an uncommon condition characterized by irregular, recurrent episodes of mostly oligoarticular arthritis with peri- and para-articular tissue inflammation that can last from a few hours to several days with variable symptom-free intervals.
Only the fact that we played 46 games this season stopped Blues from having a beautifully palindromic record of 15 wins, draws and losses this season, but Rowett will no doubt be looking to improve the latter two columns.
CRISPR originated from a microbial immune system that contains DNA segments known as clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats.
Paul Emery, Arthritis Research UK professor of rheumatology at the University of Leeds, working closely with colleagues in Birmingham, will use a new 94,000 [pounds sterling] grant from the charity to find out more about the impact of palindromic rheumatism.
The outline of this paper is as follows: in Section 2 the distance problem is recast as a palindromic eigenvalue problem having or having not an eigenvalue on the unit circle.