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Affidavit

A statement sworn to be true to the best of the maker's knowledge. An affidavit is notarized to prove its authenticity. A person who knowingly makes a false statement in an affidavit is guilty of perjury.

affidavit

A written statement signed by the person making the statement—the affiant—and sworn to as true and accurate.
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Three separate functions were held at Mohanpura, Bhabara Bazaar, Fawwara Chowk but PPP city president Babar Jadoon was invited in two functions.
As most of geometric objects have some nonsmooth adjacent surfaces, their normal functions usually do not exist.
Keywords: dynamic programming, Bayesian framework, Markov random fields (MRFs), edges-preserving smoothing, Gibbs energy, pair-wise potential functions
The Function Arguments dialog box is helpful when building a formula that uses one of Excels 455 calculation functions.
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The general rule is that internal-use software--software developed by (or for the benefit of) the taxpayer primarily for use in general and administrative functions that facilitate or support the conduct of the taxpayer's trade or business--does not qualify for the Sec.
In order to overcome the shortcomings of above two methods, GaoHong Ye proposed Garrote threshold function in which the denoising effect is the best compared with above two kinds of traditional threshold functions and it is better in continuity with the expressions such as
In this work we aim to find new Hermite-Hadamard inequalities for the functions whose first derivative in absolute value are pre-invex functions, related to the difference between (Eqs.) and (Eqs.).
Abstract: Using Bessel functions of first kind we introduce new integral operators and show that these operators are in the class N(th).
Let us recall some definitions and concepts of classes of analytic functions. Let f [member of] [gamma].
Zeta functions in algebra and geometry; proceedings.