real closure

real closure

[¦rēl ′klō·zhər]
(mathematics)
A real closure of a real field F is a real closed field which is an algebraic extension of F.
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Because Murugappa is an untouchable, his murder is negligibly investigated without any real closure of justice.
If K is formally real, then there is a real closed algebraic field extension K' of K, called real closure of K, which is unique when K is orderable, in which case we will denote it by [K.
There has not been any real closure of this matter and yet here we have the Aquino government inviting Japanese troops to our backyard, Anakbayan national chairperson Vencer Crisostomo said on Wednesday.
While some readers could be pulled in by the great football action, more selective readers will be turned off by the repetitive nature of the story and lack of any real closure.
Although the ending feels a bit unsatisfying due to lack of any real closure, the novel is notable for the unusual protagonist, the exploration of fear, and the intense examination of an unsettled period in Russian history.
While 26/11 Mumbai terror attacker Ajmal Amir Kasab's hanging comes as an important milestone in India's quest for justice, a lot still needs to be done before the real closure of the case is achieved.
I believe complete transparency is required to achieve real closure.
The curtain falls on Bree in Eclipse but the short and (bitter) sweet Second Life gives her real closure.
Far too much time, you may instinctively feel, for bereaved families to be deprived of any sort of real closure.