polyomino

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polyomino

[‚päl·ē′äm·ə·nō]
(mathematics)
A plane figure formed by joining a finite number of unit squares along their sides.
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yo (M Lilly driv The c and a sa s nct ricket a wo touc omino shortly b sticky end search pa gi g rls, who in the ca ga g ze of a th t ey ref br b othe an a d he lo l ving Li L lly, da d ng sp s ir th t e WEDNESDAY The Man Who Would Be King (1975) BBC4, 10pm John Huston's lavish period adventure based on the Rudyard Kipling story chronicles the dubious dealings of two former British soldiers in 19th-century India (Sean Connery and Michael Caine), who travel to an unexplored land where one of them fools the natives into believing he is a god.
Having worked at Butere community at our partnership site, Joel Omino Health Facility located at Nyalenda in Kusumu plus many others in our regular college field work programs, I have gained wealth of experience to enable me tackle any issue within my line of nutrition.
UF has been working from the National Treasury including acting chief executive George Omino.
And he also knows who is now running all of Venice: Eugenio, the head of Omino e figli, S.
E finalmente un omino coi capelli lisci, neri, sembra un Eschimese, arriva sorridendo.
With high pressure to the north of us and an omino us low to the south, we had one of the most sustained and strong easterly gales I can remember, but despite the promise such a wind normally brings, it didn't turn up anything startling, with most summer songsters staying deep in cover, and no chance of hunting for dragonflies, although I have had reports of large red and blue tailed damselflies and four spot chasers from several sites.
They are placed within fantastical settings dense with details from classic iconography, popular culture, and art history--sometimes all in one image: Gary Hume Sculpture (all works 2006) features one of the British artist's snowman sculptures (helpfully identified with a scrawling script that reads GARY HUME SCULPTURE), an omino wearing a neck ruffle and labeled REMBRANDT, another figure with a bladder-shaped head and called PAUL MCCARTHY, and a bloblike creature that resembles Barbapapa, a character (whose name actually means "cotton candy") from a series of French children's books; they stand in front of a circus tent, with mountains in the background.
By then press reports were head-lining six new letters, a second to the UN, one to Kenya's Parliamentary Deputy Speaker Joab Omino, one to tour operators Abercrombie & Kent, two to Kenya Railways and one which had arrived via TNT courier services at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.
27-4: "Ubi considerandum est quod, si aliqua, forma vel natura sit omino separata et simplex, non potest in ea cadere multitudo, sicut, si aliqua albedo esset separata, non esset nisi una: mine autem inveniuntur multae albedines diversae quae participant albedinem.
In related studies, Omino (1993) and Omino and Ito (1993) examined preference in concurrent chains using a procedure similar to Williams and Fantino (1978).
Omino Gardezi has been promoted to Managing Director of Syrup and Jakob Daschek continues in his role as Executive Creative Director.
Quando egli esce dalla tomba vestito cosi ("un piccolo omino tutto nero, col viso livido, contratto da un riso strano, infernale, con una calotta da prete in capo"), i banditi si spaventano credendolo "Il diavolo