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monotone

Maths (of a sequence or function) consistently increasing or decreasing in value

monotone

[′män·ə‚tōn]
(science and technology)
A quantity which never increases (or which never decreases) as a function of some other quantity. Also known as monotonic.
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In this section, we propose the new concept of weakly fuzzy pseudoinvex monotone and weakly fuzzy pseudoinvex function and we will prove a necessary condition for weakly fuzzy pseudoinvex monotonicity.
(vii) R is said to be strongly monotone with respect to g if, there exists a constant [[delta].sub.R] > 0 such that
Veron, Equations devolution du second ordre associees a des operateurs maximaux monotones, Proc.
Monotones II will be part of an intriguing programme of brief pieces the BRB dancers are to present in Durham and Middlesbrough.
Here is the full film schedule: FRIDAY 21 11am Shrek 1pm Big Hero Six 3pm The Lion King 5pm Live music: LewRey 7pm Grease SATURDAY 22 11am Frozen sing-along 1pm Lion King 3pm Big Hero Six 5pm Live music: Alexandra Carlos 7pm Dirty Dancing SUNDAY 23 11am Shrek 1pm Frozen sing-along 3pm The Lion King 5pm Live music: Monotones 7pm Grease For more information go to www.
That's not the case with Monotones, which I learned many years ago but never performed.
Indeed, NBC performed La Fille real gardee and Monotones II during its July 1977 New York season at the Met!
After an icy sip of Sir Frederick Ashton's Monotones II (1965), they were served a heated Tarantella--the Balanchine ballet originally created in 1964 for Patricia McBride and Edward Villella.
This season (July 20 to August 14), look for all of the above, with more children's programs and possibly another "locals' performance." The program, which should be different each weekend, is likely to include the completed Footnotes; revivals of Trinity, Suite Saint-Saens, Italian Suite, Sea Shadow, and Monotones I and II; new works by Randy Duncan and Laura Dean; and the newly acquired Caught by David Parsons.
He was astute in his choice of masterworks for the two-week season: Kurt Jooss's Green Table, Frederick Ashton's Monotones I and II, and the pas de six from Arthur Saint-Leon's La Vivandiere.
The first mixed program that Anderson put together in December 1996, which used every principal in the company, included Balanchine's The Four Temperaments and Ashton's Monotones, both new to Stuttgart, as well as an original work by Italian choreographer Mauro Bigonzetti.
The Four Temperaments was followed by Frederick Ashton's Monotones, not exactly the Stuttgarters' cup of tea, though decently performed by Bridget Breiner, Delphine Seignolle, and Thomas Lempertz in the opening "Gnossiennes" section, and by Celia Verignon, Roland Vogel, and Ivan Cavallari in the subsequent "Gymnopedies." Next came Balanchine's Tschaikovsky Pas de Deux, a stunning display piece for Margaret Illmann (looking almost like a younger sister of Violette Verdy) and Malakhov, whose fixed peasant grin marks such a striking contrast to his noble bearing and polished footwork.

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