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unitary

 [u´nĭ-ter″e]
pertaining to a single object or individual.

unitary

pertaining to a single object or individual.
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Pisarenko frequency estimates [30] can be computed by solving a unitary eigenvalue problem as described by Cybenko [9].
However, it felt that was not enough to offset the disadvantage, in terms of community interest and identity that would result from denying the claims of the four boroughs to having unitary status.
PATENT APPLICANTS THAT SEEK PATENT PROTECTION ACROSS Europe will find cost savings by filing for a unitary patent.
To correct these problems, a partnership could apply throw-out at the partnership level as if it were not unitary with any of its partners and attach to Schedule K-1-P a supporting schedule showing its sales without applying the throw-out rule and a statement that (1) lists the states in which the partnership has nexus on its own account, (2) provides a clear explanation of the law, and (3) states that it is the responsibility of each partner to determine whether it is unitary with the partnership and to apply the throw-out rule at the partner level.
A draft international agreement between Member States is expected to be concluded next February with the aim of setting up a single, specialized patent court which will have exclusive jurisdiction on disputes related to European patents, including those with unitary effect.
Then, from the last two equations, it follows that the circuit "C", together with two more Hadamard gates, can be used to successfully approximate any single qubit unitary operation:
We are very pleased that the Guided MLRS Unitary system is performing so well in Iraq," continued Pincoski.
Daniel Kawczynski (Con Shrewsbury & Atcham) said: "Not only have the Government ignored the people, they are wilfully disregarding their own guidelines for Unitary bids, which clearly state that bids must have widespread local support.
Ellesmere Port and Neston has proposed three unitary authorities in Cheshire.
GMLRS Unitary rockets have been fired in the Iraqi theater with overwhelming success.
GMLRS-U is equipped with a 200-pound unitary high-explosive warhead, has a range of over 70 kilometers, and is effective against multiple targets including reinforced concrete.
Specifically, TEI supported General Motors' application of the credit proportionately among the members of its California unitary group, whereas the Franchise Tax Board determined that the credit is limited to one separate member.