simple character

simple character

[′sim·pəl ′kar·ik·tər]
(mathematics)
The character of an irreducible representation of a group.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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His old simple character and good temper, and something of his old unlucky fortune also, I thought, smiled at me in the smile with which he made this explanation.
I therefore write the words, and blush for your simple character.
Like all strong men, he drove down his emotions to the depths of his heart; thinking perhaps, as simple characters are apt to think, that there was something immodest in unveiling griefs when human language cannot render their depths and may only rouse the mockery of those who do not comprehend them.
She also wrote to the court, saying that she was 'a simple character who could be easily taken advantage of.'
Over 35 years ago, as an early pioneer of LCD technology, Hitachi developed and produced simple character and dot matrix displays.
We discussed creating a simple character that evolved into a dramatic, powerful one.
Her role in Yaqeen Ka Safar although was a simple character of a girl that ends up finding peace with nursing profession at a hospital in the suburbs of northern areas of Pakistan, but the transformation of the rebellious and a minx girl caught up the attention of the viewers and critiques alike.
"This character did not require too much of physical preparations as it is a simple character, but mental preparation was too much.
The Truth is such a simple character, yet it manages to exude disappointment in Arthur's rejection.
I'd have a hard time doing a simple character who is just 'in love'.
There are many moments of simple character observation and humor that serve to warm us to the actors." The publication also claimed that the choice of theme song, "Tubular Bells," was a good move for "Exorcist."
Morgana said: "He's such a simple character that his reactions are pretty knee-jerk and she can pull the wool over his eyes - with a flash of her bottom."

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