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enumerable

[ē′nüm·rə·bəl]
(mathematics)
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The language generated by probabilistic one-sided sticker system is up to the families of context-sensitive languages according to the Chomsky hierarchy, since the sticker operation does not contain the erasing rule which is needed to generate the recursively enumerable languages.
Yet the quest for peace and international rule of law is long and fraught with enumerable obstacles; but to march forward we must and collectively.
As the method to depict our command focus, it has enumerable benefits in framing where we, as a battalion, need to go and how we will get there.
L-systems languages are examples of a much broader class known as recursively enumerable language in theoretical computer science.
In my experience as a hospice physician I have heard enumerable times, "I wish I had known it would make me/him /her feel so bad before things got worse.
It has enabled enumerable number of readers in distant location to gain access to the content of newspaper that they could otherwise have no access to.
There are enumerable problems that require analysis.
Those of us who packed our bags and went our respective ways after enumerable Directors meetings, know in our hearts that whatever the problems we faced ATMS was in very good hands, and so it has proved to be.
Practitioner and supporter Porteneuve focuses primarily on day to day challenges and practical ideas, beginning with Prototype and its "dollars," working through elements of JavaScript, advanced collections with Enumerable, unified event handling, extending DOM, working with Ajax, taking up performance considerations and wrapping up with such notions as building a task list or working with JavaScript Code.
The implications of acknowledging the spiritual genesis of best law enforcement practices are enumerable.
In working with clients, FireApps has seen enumerable variations of spreadsheets for calculating exposures.