simple character

simple character

[′sim·pəl ′kar·ik·tər]
(mathematics)
The character of an irreducible representation of a group.
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His old simple character and good temper, and something of his old unlucky fortune also, I thought, smiled at me in the smile with which he made this explanation.
I therefore write the words, and blush for your simple character.
Like all strong men, he drove down his emotions to the depths of his heart; thinking perhaps, as simple characters are apt to think, that there was something immodest in unveiling griefs when human language cannot render their depths and may only rouse the mockery of those who do not comprehend them.
Projects must be of simple character and does not require long-ups.
There's a basic and simple character, though to be fair it is something I tend to associate with the brand and which sits well with the marque's workhorse heritage.
These figures show how the simple character of the country is being changed beyond recognition.
She's a very simple character who has had quite a hard life but probably so many people relate to her because their lives are just like that.
It'll take more than simple character but the performances of late have shown we have a base in place now.
Washburn described Industrial Revolution-era residents in this way: "Many of them were men of very simple character who began life in a small way and made small progress.
In this new series of feature-length episodes David Jason plays Des, a seemingly simple character reaching the end of a three-year stretch in jail.
That work is soon undermined however, when language is translated - for example, the German language contains very long compound words, so on a simple character count, a faithful translation is unlikely to fit a web page design originally written in English.

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