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1. Holinshed's Chronicles 1587: Annotation 338

In Thessalonians II c.2 v.3 (AV) St Paul foretells a time of apostasy when that man of sin shall be revealed, the son of perdition.' Unnamed by Paul, this

english.nsms.ox.ac.uk/holinshed/1587-note338.html- 1k - 22 Jun 2011 - Cached

2. Extinction Risks and Particle Physics: When Are They Worth it? | Practical Ethics

Emax = sqrt(M2 c4 M2 (c/2v)2 c2/(1+(c/2v)2/c2)), Emin = sqrt(M2 c4 M2 (c/2-v)2 c2/(1+(c/2-v)2/c2)). ... trapped. A particle travelling at c/2 needs to absorb around 13,383 times its own mass before it gets below escape velocity.

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3. book3.dvi

2 -1 1 2. -2. -1. 1. 2. (v) 2 c 5/4. ... 4 -2 2 4. -5. 5. 10. 15. 20. (vi) c < 2(v) For 2 c 5/4 the behaviour of zn becomes increasingly erratic.

people.maths.ox.ac.uk/earl/complex/0182.pdf- 55k - 2 Jul 2017 - Cached

4. https://www.economics.ox.ac.uk/materials/working_papers/paper103.pdf

Thisequilibrium will be risk-dominant if:(. v c2. )2>. ( c2. )2 v > c. ... both players contribute. This equilibrium is risk-dominant whenever:. (v c)2 > c2 v > c.

www.economics.ox.ac.uk/materials/working_papers/paper103.pdf- 206k - 13 Jan 2003 - Cached

5. MSc Computer Science_Dissertation_1030656

And C > V > 0. Hawk Dove. Hawk (V-C)/2 , (V-C)/2 V , 0. ... The fitness. level of both hawks decrease by (V-C)/2 during such an interaction.

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/msctheses/1704/1/Paul%2C_Sheryl.pdf- 2911k - 18 Oct 2019 - Cached

6. www-pnp.physics.ox.ac.uk/~biller/particle_course/Lectures/lecture_2.pdf

a. a v/c. v. (a v/c)2 (a1 - (v/c)2 )2 = a2 a v/c. ... a1 - (v/c)2. v. (a v/c)2 (a 1 - (v/c)2 )2 = a2.

www-pnp.physics.ox.ac.uk/~biller/particle_course/Lectures/lecture_2.pdf- 1849k - 14 Apr 2010 - Cached

7. Constant approximation algorithms for embedding graph metrics into trees and outerplanar graphs

Li1. which has a neighbor in C = Lij and make xCadjacent in H with all vertices v C. ... Outerplanar metrics III. CC ′-fiber :. The CC ′-fiber F(C ,C ′) consists of C and all clusters contained in thesubtree of Γ rooted at C ′. C ′. CF(C ,C

people.maths.ox.ac.uk/drutu/conference/ChepoiSlides.pdf- 551k - 27 Aug 2010 - Cached

8. TEN DIGIT ALGORITHMS

via FFT c = c.gamma(1:N)./r.(0:N-1); % rescale exact = [1 -1/2 1/6 0 -1/30 0 1/42 0 -1/30 0 5/66 0 ... Fluid Mech. 2003. % Solve the problem: J = 3; c = [-2 21i 1-2i]; r = [1.

people.maths.ox.ac.uk/trefethen/tda05.pdf- 199k - 8 Apr 2008 - Cached

9. TEN DIGIT ALGORITHMS

via FFT c = c.gamma(1:N)./r.(0:N-1); % rescale exact = [1 -1/2 1/6 0 -1/30 0 1/42 0 -1/30 0 5/66 0 ... Fluid Mech. 2003. % Solve the problem: J = 3; c = [-2 21i 1-2i]; r = [1.

people.maths.ox.ac.uk/trefethen/publication/PDF/2005_114.pdf- 199k - 8 Apr 2008 - Cached

10. https://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/people/ian.horrocks/Publications/download/2007/CKHS07a.pdf

A v C ′1 (local) (1)C2 v A (non-local) (2). ... using Ext(T ). These axioms imply C2 v C ′1, which indeedchanges the meaning of the external concepts C ′i.

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/people/ian.horrocks/Publications/download/2007/CKHS07a.pdf- 189k - 10 Oct 2006 - Cached

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