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1. Each part is in principle divisible into smaller disjunct parts, and successive repetition of this process produces a branching hierarchy.
2. The Q4 disjunct on its own is a complete SQL starting from "SELECT Q4.$C0" and ending at "AS Q4".
3. Through set sequence is resolved into finite mutually disjunct subsets, the new method to solve the limit superior and limit inferior of set sequence is give.
4. So, melodies can be conjunct or disjunct.
5. A small disjunct is a rule covering a small number of examples.
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6. Of complex disjunct fingers and how to improve post-operative function of fingers.
7. About 150 species: disjunct between Africa, Asia, and Europe; 44 species (28 endemic, one introduced) in China.
8. For disjunct interchange design of overpass highway, the paper discussed reasonable distribution and economical bridge structure.
9. Edward Forbes, indeed, had anticipated Charles with his theory of the disjunct distribution of arctic-alpines.
10. We have the difference between conjunct music with the and disjunct music and that perhaps adds to the unsettled quality of the beethoven Fifth Symphony.
11. In essence, a set of classification rules can be regarded as logical disjunction of rules, so that each rule can be regarded as a disjunct.
12. Based on the work, we started the international cooperation on molecular phylogenies of the East Asian and North Eastern America disjunct groups such as Hamamelis, Liquidambar , Aralia and so on.
13. Forests have great diversity, the area containing rare relict and disjunct genera and over 30 plant species under State protection.
14. A good example--we used it a moment ago-- of a disjunct melody is-- Can we all sing that?
15. There may be mulltiple ways to view such complex environments, with some of these views indicating overlapping contents, while others might be disjunct and perhaps also orthogonal to other views.
16. Nearly 120 genera in 60 families of plants have disjunct populations in eastern Asia and temperate North America, relicts of the once widespread flora.
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