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one-sided

denoting a surface on which any two points can be joined without crossing an edge
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Qilla Saifullah players, wearing white and red kit, outplayed their opponents on their home ground in a one-sided contest.
For one-sided constraints, spring elasticity and the equilibrium position become dependent upon deflection of the constrained node u.
In this paper, we consider probabilistic sticker systems to introduce a new variant of sticker system, called probabilistic one-sided sticker systems.
Participants who overheard the one-sided cell phone call thought the background conversation was much more distracting than those who heard it as a chat between two people.
3 : favoring or dominated by one side a one-sided fight <Back in Connecticut he had sometimes watched the one-sided fights of cats and mice in the meadow .
But no evidence had existed for a transition between a symmetrical skull and one-sided skull.
In this one-sided, totally skewed and highly subjective piece of Arab propaganda, Mr.
The calculus of one-sided M-ideals and multipliers in operator spaces.
Secondly, through these actions the Supreme Court has distorted an already one-sided Charter of Rights even further, by propounding the lifestyle of a tiny minority (1-2%) of Canadians into a universal right at least equal, if not higher, to the right of free speech and conscience of those who disagree.
0 is an integrated approach to acceleration that expands the traditional one-sided application delivery controller (ADC) concept, consolidates the functionality of two-sided WAN optimization controllers (WOC), and embraces the new application paradigms of service-oriented architectures and Ajax development methodologies.
M, i [not equal to] j, a one-sided upper equicoordinate p X 100 percentage point g is such that
You are exactly right in stating that the "Dear Parent or Guardian" letters (Gary Stager on One-sided Parent Contracts, September, pg.