Nothing walks, or creeps, or grows, or exists, which must not in turn arise and walk before him as exponent of his meaning.
The poet did not stop at the color or the form, but read their meaning; neither may he rest in this meaning, but he makes the same objects exponents of his new thought.
It had fooled him, Burning Daylight, one of its chiefest and most joyous exponents
In 1932, however, animal scientist Max Kleiber of the University of California, Davis looked at a broad range of data and concluded that the correct exponent
is 3/4 not 2/3.
Butler and Overshiner's participants performed mental multiplication with pairs and triples of numbers, showing a decline in the exponent
in the fitted power function relating the mental multiplication result to the true product as the number of terms in the product increased.
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Moreover, [lambda] is the upper Lyapunov exponent
of A (cf.
The Effect of Grain Size and Genotype on the Scaling Exponent
of MB vs.