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enumerate

To count or list one by one. For example, an enumerated data type defines a list of all possible values for a variable, and no other value can then be placed into it. See device enumeration and ENUM.
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Ce deuxieme developpement au sein de la premiere partie de l'epigramme se distingue de celui qui le precede en ce qu'il consiste dans trois phrases completes, au lieu de tenir en une seule sequence enumerative. Le ralentissement du debit correspond a l'affinement du regard desormais fixe, a la fois sur l'evenement narratif d'inspiration virgilienne et sur un passage precis dans le texte de Ronsard.
Yet, and despite the gravitational pull of its history, I've tried to use the idea of complex causal dimensions to show there are reasons to doubt that an understanding of biological traits, much less their precision prediction, can be reached by racing down the enumerative Mendelian track that dominates genetic science today.
When it comes to multi-dimensional classification enumerative it is important to pay attention on the selection criteria for this classification parameters, ie, how many and which parameters should include this classification.
We will now use the tools discussed in Section 2.1 to prove some enumerative lemmas.
With its accumulation of line upon line, the blank verse of Wordsworth's The Prelude approximates a Lockean enumerative framework in which repetition leads to a limited but real belief in selfhood and in what transcends it.
The author was supported by the Austria Science Foundation (FWF) grant SFB 050-06 (Special Research Programm "Algorithmic and Enumerative Combinatorics").
Their specific functions in the texts are grounded in a general sense of the list as a mundane text type, as it is described by Sabine Mainberger, who develops her poetics of the enumerative against the reputation of the list as the epitome of the nonartistic or nonliterary (1).
(2) The longest known of such enumerative compounds in the older layers of Skt literature has 22 members, see Speyer (VSS[section]106).
Obligatory XVS structures are formulaic structures which are triggered, among others, by deictic adverbs (9a), enumerative listing conjuncts (10a), anaphoric or additive forms (11a), and where the canonical SVX version is either not grammatical or conveys a different meaning (cf.
In Section 2, we present general enumerative results for sets of permutations that are expanded (i.e., closed under inflation) and closed under deflation.
The purpose of this article is to introduce the perspective of Enumerative Geometry in the theory of low degree planar polynomial vector fields, searching to establish connections with this much larger and much older area of research, and to give a short survey of results as well as some open problems belonging to what may be called the initial stages of an Enumerative Geometry of planar polynomial vector fields.
Throughout chapters two to five, Blaim is often quick to pass on to the next quotation without due consideration or analysis of the previous one, giving much of the book a heavily descriptive and enumerative quality, almost like one of his utopian narrators cataloguing what he sees.