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and by X = B[(AB).sup.(1)] and B = B[(AB).sup.(1)]AB = XAB it follows that X is a {2}-inverse of A which satisfies R(X) = R(B).
and by X = B[(CAB).sup.(1)]C, B = B[(CAB).sup.(1)]CAB = XAB, and C = CAB[(CAB).sup.(1)]C = CAX it follows that X is a {2}-inverse of A which satisfies R(X) = R(B), N(X) = N(C).
XAb seems to be more active with total growth inhibition at 12.5mg/ml on the four isolates (figure 1, 2, 3&4).
Then, they taught the XAB conditional discrimination explained above.
For the XAB conditional discrimination, in the presence of X1 and A1, B1 was the correct comparison; in the presence of X1 and A2, B2 was the correct comparison; in the presence of X2 and A1, B2 was the correct comparison; in the presence of X2 and A2, B1 was the correct comparison.
All other edges (parts of gadgets) are weighted as follows: For a triangle gadget xab with root x, w(xa) = 1, w(xb) = w(ab) = 0.
Now note that every triangle xab, with only x having other adjacent edges (x is referred to as the top), contributes exactly 3 to xw (x) in any proper weighting w from {1 , 2}.
this is a land use plan and as such must be subject to strategic environment assessment (sea) to satisfy the requirements of the sea directive (2001/42/ec) and associated national legislation and guidelines, an appropriate assessment (aa) to satisfy the requirements of the habitats directive (92/43/eec), in particular, for the purposes of satisfying articles 6(3) and 6(4) of that directive and part xab of the planning and development act 2000 (as amended).
If ab is an arc in D, then any hamiltonian path xb...[v.sub.j]y of D - a can be extended to a hamiltonian path xab...[v.sub.j] of D.
This constituted the second-order conditional discrimination, XAB. The teaching of the AB and XAB conditional discriminations was the experimental prerequisite for probing the functions of stimuli X1 and X2 as contextual stimuli in the presence of novel stimuli.
These experimenters first taught the AB and XAB conditional discriminations.
STUB HIM OUT: Former Everton defender Alan Stubbs returns to Merseyside with Sunderland yesterday to put the block on Liverpool striker Djibril Cisse; SUPER XAB: Liverpool players mob match-winner Xabi Alonso after his free-kick saw off Sunderland; HOT HEAD: Steven Gerrard was running the risk of being sent off yesterday