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TORUSTexas Oklahoma Regional Undergraduate Symposium (mathematics)
TORUSTools for Object-based Large-Scale Reuse in Industrial Systems Design
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Simon Turner Racing Post Ratings IN TERMS of quality, Vintage Stakes winner King Torus stands out from Richard Hannon's other big two-year-old winners at Glorious Goodwood.
Hannon's embarrassment of riches in the juvenile department this year have been well documented, and King Torus looks another smart youngster in the making for a yard that has won the Chesham for the past two years.
The torus depicts a collection of points connected by paths.
HF: You title the second Torus and Sphere piece, the final one in the gallery, Blind Spot Reversed [2003-2005].
Torus mandibularis is a common benign oral finding, but no one in our group had ever encountered one that was so large that it caused obstructive sleep apnea.
However, if a torus exists in M87 it is at least 1,000 times fainter than expected.
NSTX, which began operating in February 1999, is designed to test the physics principles of spherical torus plasmas.
The TORUS program (Woodward et al., 1992) was designed to improve on these limitations.
It is initially anticipated that the Framework will primarily cover land and construction sites owned and/or managed by Torus. The Framework will be available to Torus and other Authorised Users defined at V.1.3)
Torus Palatinus and Torus Mandibularis are non pathological outgrowths of unclear etiology that are seen on the jaw bones.
Torus, founded in 2008, is a global specialty insurer employing over 500 people in 14 offices worldwide.
One particular type of pit membrane consists of a thin, water-permeable, fibrillar component (margo) encircling a central, impermeable thickening referred to as a torus (Dute and Elder 2011).