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regular element

[′reg·yə·lər ′el·ə·mənt]
(industrial engineering)
An element that occurs with a fixed frequency in each work cycle. Also known as repetitive element.
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SWIM TEAM: A swimbait may not be your first thought for bed fishing, but it should be a regular element of your game for two reasons: First, trolling through likely spawning areas can often do more harm than good by spooking unseen fish.
However, as the seeds tumbled out of this year's competition early, I suddenly realised I was missing one regular element - Phil Taylor's pre-match interviews: "Yes, this will be a tough old match" before he duly delivered the normal coup de grace in straight sets.
It's a 90-degree turn from the neglectful workaholic parents who were a regular element of John Hughes films such as The Breakfast Club and Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
An element a + bI of a neutrosophic AG-groupoid N(S) is called a regular element of N(S) if there exists [x.sub.1] + [x.sub.2]I [member of] N(S) such that a + bI = [(a + bI) x ([x.sub.1] + [x.sub.2]I)](a + bI) and N(S) is called regular if all elements of N(S) are regular.
It is well known that every regular element in a [C.sup.*]-algebra has the Moore-Penrose inverse (denoted by MP-inverse from this point on).
If c [member of] W is a regular element in the sense of Springer (1974), then ([W.sup.J], [W.sup.J](q), (c}) exhibits the cyclic sieving phenomenon.
Barak and Breier's seminal book on the goals and processes of program review has widely influenced the standards for reviews; however, their proposed "meta-review" has not yet become a regular element in most higher education institutions.
Meetings between representatives on both sides of the Blue Line, held in the presence of UNIFIL delegates, were a regular element of implementing Security Council resolutions, said Tenenti.Aa
Thus, if a is a regular element in S, then (a, e) [member of] [??] for some e [member of] E(S), we have Sa = Se = [??](a) = [??](e).
Violent conflict has been, a fairly regular element in the unfurling of human development in the Middle East.
A series of priorities are also set out for the future: implementation of environmental legislation, the quality of the regulatory framework, state aid, and voluntary agreements.In line with the process launched by the European Councils at Luxembourg and Cardiff, the taking into account of environment in policies on the Internal Market, as in most other Community policies (notably, transport, energy, agriculture, industry) is destined to become a permanent concern and a regular element in the work of the Council.