branch cut

branch cut

[′branch ‚kət]
(mathematics)
A line or curve of singular points used in defining a branch of a multiple-valued complex function.
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The ministry's Bolu branch cut down trees last month in GE[micro]lcE-k Tabiat Park, one of the biggest natural parks under protection in Turkey, to construct a road across the park, although the park already has a main road.
Sue said: "About 10 years ago I did have one branch cut back as it was scraping on my window and woke me up.
These calls and emails are dispersed throughout the team; fewer ways to reach the branch cut down on confusion and guarantee Elmendorfs name won't be lost in the mix.
The branch cut across my eye like this," Mohammed said as he indicated a slicing motion with his finger across his left eye and the side of his face.
And, despite being able to kill a fish with a freshlycarved branch cut into a spear, can the fleeing Kereami (Temuera Morrison) survive on bushcraft alone?
The key changes, which aim to get more Catholics into the Police Service of Northern Ireland, could see the RUC's Special Branch cut by 50 per cent and the full-time reserve phased out within three years.
Chester could have doubled their advantage after 20 minutes, Michael Branch cut inside from the left before unleashing an effort from 15 yards that Wiliams did well to hold on.
Michael Branch cut a lonely figure up front, starved of service.
Six minutes later Graham Branch cut inside to leave Nash beaten again.
Using Payments Navigator, BB&T has extended its branch cut off and same-day availability on items by as much as three hours for selected financial centers.
Manorville Magic (1989), Ardfert Mick (1991), Within The Law (1992) and Velvet Rocket (1994) came from various arms of the Sand Man line, while his Flashy Sir branch cut in with Dew Reward (1996), a son of Phantom Flash.
Correct cutting method A final branch cut should be made just outside the flare or collar at the base of the broken branch, not flush with the trunk.