normal extension


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normal extension

[′nȯr·məl ik′sten·chən]
(mathematics)
An algebraic extension of K of a field k, contained in the algebraic closure of k, such that every injective homomorphism of K into , inducing the identity on k, is an automorphism of K.
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We thank God for our success in establishing the Global Center for Fighting Extremism, a normal extension of Islam as a religion of moderation, peace, justice and cohesion.
A normal extension is a fibration such that its kernel pair projections are trivial extensions.
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I personally always have loved experiencing new food, traveling around, so having a show was just a normal extension for me to something that I do without the cameras anyway," she adds.
Therefore, the project will be developed through a normal extension [adding more land on which to expand current lands] on which the developers can build their projects, but it takes time and needs planning, because there is a problem of non-facilitated lands in this city.
If there's normal extension, they are not cutting their arm (motion) off, and they're throwing freely.
What is happening in Hadramout is a normal extension of what is taking place in Aden.
In any other respect there as yet has been no indication that search engines will treat generic extensions any differently to a normal extension.
Performing an at-home physical examination is much easier than you might think; in fact, the examination should be a normal extension of the regular attention you give your cat.
In some affected young one, in addition to the superficial and deep digital flexor musculotendon units and their accessory ligaments, the suspensory ligament, joint capsules and collateral ligaments prevent normal extension of the joints (Stephen and Elizabeth, 2000).
Committee member Bob Beauchamp (Cons, Erdington) agreed: "This seems to go above and beyond a normal extension.
What I can take credit for is taking e-Triage from a bulky, 'Gee this is really nice' concept that doesn't work very well in the real world to something that adjusters can use smoothly as a normal extension of their work.