Green's identities

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Green's identities

[′grēnz i′den·ə‚dēz]
(mathematics)
Formulas, obtained from Green's theorem, which relate the volume integral of a function and its gradient to a surface integral of the function and its partial derivatives.
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In the story the Telegraph ran before Green's identity had been revealed, it claimed NDAs -- or gagging clauses -- had been weaponised and were being used to cover up wrongdoing.
Despite residing in Los Angeles, being a fair-weather Dodgers fan, and identifying as a culturally aware Jewish social critic, I was in the dark as to Green's identity. Yet maybe my ignorance reflected his years playing in Canada, or my waning interest in baseball; or better, it did not reflect my limited knowledge about Green and the state of Jewish sporting heroes, but his own reluctance to take on the role of Jewish sports star.