Our computation is much more simpler than that of  where the DMT computation was formulated as an optimization problem and no explicit or simple expressions
were provided for arbitrary number of antennas.
Quilts teaches how to take a single patchwork quilt and adorn it with a word to express belief, hope, faith, grace, peace, kindness and more, and is a pick for any who would choose from the word or alphabet patterns provided and adorn them with appliques.
Speaking to reporters after five sessions of intensive talks with the delegates of the world powers in the Russian capital on Tuesday, Saeed Jalili described the Moscow talks as "more serious, more real and beyond a simple expression
I am convinced that our American friends can today allow themselves a stronger reaction than a simple expression
of regret from the White House spokesman -- a reaction more inclined to eliminate once and for all these kinds of errors," Donald Tusk told reporters in Warsaw.
He said communities and developers will be encouraged to work together to submit a simple expression
of interest, identifying sites on a map which Forestry Commission Wales will check for suitability.
Pricier, of course, a good example will always reveal "terroir" in addition to the simple expression
of the grape.
However, given the amount of churn (35 percent of foreclosure starts are repeats) and the fact that, barring additional government programs, modification opportunities will likely dwindle (cures from foreclosure have dropped steadily since April 2009), this ratio provides a simple expression
of the magnitude of the issues remaining.
No simple expression
can be found for the voltage and current during a switching transient.
Thank you is a simple expression
of gratitude that at times like these seems inadequate; yet is heartfelt and so deserved.
This simple expression
of respect for the personal lives of our employees is repaid many times over in loyalty.
Her interpretations are clearly influenced by practice theorists, such as Catherine Bell, who views ritual "as a vehicle for the construction of relationships of authority and submission," as opposed to the simple expression
of such authority (Ritual Perspectives and Dimensions [Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997], 83), and especially by Margo Todd's innovative work on the formation of Reformed culture and communities in sixteenth-century Scotland.
A simple expression
of compassion, a demonstration that we do not agree with the hurtful comments or the abuse, can go a long way to show a victim that the hateful attitude is not reflective of the entire community.