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regular element

[′reg·yə·lər ′el·ə·mənt]
(industrial engineering)
An element that occurs with a fixed frequency in each work cycle. Also known as repetitive element.
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It's a 90-degree turn from the neglectful workaholic parents who were a regular element of John Hughes films such as The Breakfast Club and Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
An element a + bI of a neutrosophic AG-groupoid N(S) is called a regular element of N(S) if there exists [x.
If c [member of] W is a regular element in the sense of Springer (1974), then ([W.
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Meetings between representatives on both sides of the Blue Line, held in the presence of UNIFIL delegates, were a regular element of implementing Security Council resolutions, said Tenenti.
Thus, if a is a regular element in S, then (a, e) [member of] [?
Violent conflict has been, a fairly regular element in the unfurling of human development in the Middle East.
I decided to replace my regular element of martini glasses to people carrying flags,'' he said.
In line with the process launched by the European Councils at Luxembourg and Cardiff, the taking into account of environment in policies on the Internal Market, as in most other Community policies (notably, transport, energy, agriculture, industry) is destined to become a permanent concern and a regular element in the work of the Council.
It was said by the Minister of National Defence that this meant, "Should the Regular element of the Canadian Forces expand sometime in the future, the Regiment might again be invited to serve Canada.
com), conducts various online surveys as a regular element of its site, providing accurate insight into students' attitudes and lifestyles.
We relocated a few regular elements, such as "Sky at a Glance" (page 41), and we reintroduced a periodic calendar of major amateur events (page 83).