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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]

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]
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Information ramifies associatively, from coinage, for instance, into feuds.
An l-power degree abelian genus field extension N/Q will be said to be of type I if there is exactly one rational prime which ramifies in N/Q, of type II if there are exactly two rational primes which ramify in N/Q, and each ramified prime has decomposition subgroup G; of type III if there are exactly two rational primes which ramify in N/Q, precisely one of which has decomposition group G, and for the other ramified prime the decomposition and inertia subgroups coincide.
In addition to changing the nation's unemployment system, Clinton, echoing former NLC President Don Fraser's address to city leaders in Orlando last month, made reform of the welfare system a priority for this Congress: "If we value strong ramifies, we can't perpetuate a system that actually penalizes those who stay together.
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