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On a point & figure chart, an estimation of future price movements. Point & figure charts seek to identify support and resistance levels. Counts are estimates on the likelihood that a security will break through one or the other and result in a large profit or loss.
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Any countable set in [epsilon] containing E also forms a refiner set of A, then we may also assume that y[[zeta].
o] ; d [member of] D) (linear manifold generated over Q) is clearly countable and it is norm dense in M.
In both interpretations, Langacker's and Talmy's respectively, countable nouns denote entities which are understood as coherent conceptual GESTALTS (see Talmy 2000: 181).
Hungarian prefers and uses the singular when referring to an undefined quantity (indefinite number)--in the case of both uncountable quantity (mass nouns and collective nouns) and countable quantity.
STEP 3: CONSIDER THE PURCHASE of a so-called Medicaid compliant short-term SPIN to convert all countable assets above the 2014 $117,240 CSRA into a non-countable income stream of the healthy community spouse.
Choose a vector space V containing a countable linearly independent subset [{[[upsilon].
The maximum benefit paid monthly to a single veteran is $1,704, but the veteran must have countable income of $0 to receive the maximum benefit.
zeta]] and x [member of] A [intersection] B, then there exist open sets U, V in X both containing x such that U \ sInt(A) and V sInt(B) are countable.
ii) Intuitionistic fuzzy S-Lindelof [2] if each intuitionistic fuzzy regular closed cover of X has a countable sub cover for X.
2, the set of all discontinuity points of a nondecreasing function T : R [right arrow] R is at most countable.
For instance, wood turtles may deposit countable annul
Currently, part of the problem is confusion over countable and non-countable hours.