sufficiently small

sufficiently small

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Whether he should find the place he had no idea; and, indeed, it was sufficiently small and forgotten.
The fault of Euphemia is that she will not, simply will not, chop the suet sufficiently small.
the design must be sufficiently small, The size of the pattern will be on average less than one hectare.
That is because, in any realistic scenario, emissions cannot be cut fast enough to keep the total stock of greenhouse gases sufficiently small to limit the rise in temperature successfully.
It was also possible to avoid annuitisation if an individual personal pension fund was sufficiently small (the 'small pots' exemption) or total pension wealth was sufficiently small ('trivial commutation').
It is sufficiently small (5 cm long) and can be worn together with the keys, in your handbag, in your pocket, on your belt, etc.
The example illustrates that also oscillating inflow can generate a Lipschitz continuous solution if the Lipschitz constant of the boundary density is sufficiently small.
Let k be a positive integer and C a sufficiently small positive constant.
t) [right arrow] +[infinity] as [absolute value of (t)] [right arrow] +[infinity], it can be deduced that, for sufficiently small [delta] > 0, if [absolute value of (g(t))]/[absolute value of (t)] [greater than or equal to] [a.
Wales, from a rugby point of view, is sufficiently small to put these ideas into practice.
1) has a positive solution when [lambda] > 0 is sufficiently small and large, respectively.
Computer scientists explain a cryptographic technology in which the parties provide their inputs to a cryptographic protocol that is used to compute a pre-agreed function in such a manner that during the protocol, a party or a sufficiently small coalition of parties sees nothing more that they could deduce from the party's or coalition's inputs and outputs.