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unitary

of or relating to a system of government in which all governing authority is held by the central government
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The sample points are the eigenvalues of a certain unitary matrix, and the weights are the squares of the absolute values of the first components of the eigenvectors.
The commission said it accepted that a unitary county council would be the cheapest option.
It will have exclusive jurisdiction over civil litigation related to infringement and validity for the unitary patents and the classical European patents.
The primary problem is that Illinois's forms are not designed to reflect the attribution of nexus between partnerships and unitary partners.
In this case the federal system will not be more of a burden than a unitary system.
The adoption of the unitary patent means that the cost of obtaining patent protection throughout the EU is expected to shrink by more than 80% (from around 30,000 euro to 5,000 euro) and will thus enable European patents to become available at a competitive price and will become more accessible to small and medium-sized enterprises.
The new council was established on April 1 last year and yesterday council leader Simon Henig said: "This has been a major reorganisation that will take several years to complete and realise the full aspirations of the unitary bid.
Now, it can be shown that the discrete set of quantum gates formed by the normalizer group, plus the Toffoli gate is universal for quantum computation; that is an arbitrary unitary operation on d qubits can be approximated to an arbitrary accuracy using a circuit composed only from these gates.
Alito said the Illinois trial court correctly applied the "hallmarks" of the unitary relationship of "functional integration, centralized management, and economies of scale.
Guided MLRS Unitary integrates a 200-pound class unitary warhead into the GMLRS rocket, giving battlefield commanders the ability to attack targets up to 70 kilometers away with high precision.
Ministers yesterday gave provisional approval to 16 applications for unitary status, but warned only eight would go ahead in the first round.
Cheshire County Council, Chester City Council and Ellesmere Port and Neston Council asked for the Government to grant unitary council status - ending the decades-old system of two-tier local government.