compositum

compositum

[kəm′päz·əd·əm]
(mathematics)
Let E and F be fields, both contained in some field L ; the compositum of E and F, denoted EF, is the smallest subfield of L containing E and F.
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Because they are not suitable nor covenient to the state of human Nature, because they discompose and disorder it, makes it loose its peace and tranquillity and are directly contrary to the Law of self preservation in respect of the whole Compositum (d) [composition] for they naturally tend to its dissolution, and in respect of the nobler part of the (e) Soul wherein they are as so many Ulcers, Cankers and Gangreens.
Testis compositum is sold in both oral and injectable forms as a testosterone booster.
During her first visit, I started the adrenal complex weekly IM shots, neurotransmitter supportive IV (vitamins, minerals, and amino acids) and neural therapy injections to her abdominal scars, back scars, root canal teeth (buccal membranes), and then lumbar spine injections with procaine, Discus Compositum, Zeel, and ozone, which relieved her pain greatly.
The European Constitution is thus conceived as a monstrum compositum, composed of constitutional principles developed at the European level and complemented by (common) national constitutional principles.
In a randomized equivalency trial, 146 patients with symptoms of hay fever were treated either with Luffa compositum nasal spray (now sold as Luffeel) or cromolyn sodium nasal spray (sold in the U.
Problems like acne can also be treated with one of their range of Compositum or Easy TCA (Trichloroacetic Acid) peels.
Tmesis" is the Greek word for the cutting of a compositum, such as Leichen- and Ruck-Zug.
na- is in no way the "demonstrative marker", but stem of local postpositions (Janhunen 1977 : 99), and the occurrence of such a stem as first part of a compositum is syntactically impossible.
Instead, it is a compositum of poems and prose from moder jord (1971), Vaxandet (1976), Ferier (1983), Sav (1989), and Varvinterdagar (1997; see WLT 73:1, p.
Rather than claiming that this is "an early version of the Laotzyy," we can only argue that this is a collection of passages that came over the course of the third century to be mixed in an unpredictable sequence with an approximately equal number of passages not seen in these manuscripts, ending up as a fixed mixture compositum that has been transmitted as the Laotzyy.
78) "Et ex hoc patet ratio quare genus, species et differentia se habent proportionaliter ad materiam et formam et compositum in natura, quamuis non sint idem quod ilia: quia neque genus est materia, sed a materia sumptum ut significans totum; neque differentia forma, sed a form sumpta ut significans totum.
This came after Pistorius representatives claimed that the substance found in the sprinter's bedroom during the investigation of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp's death was a herbal sex remedy called Testis compositum, instead of testosterone, Sport24 reports.