if they differ
only by a finite
amount, in a precise
sense. The commensurator
of a subgroup
to the normalizer. Two groups...
- Look up commensurability, commensurable, commensurate
, incommensurability, or incommensurable
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are electrical circuits composed
of transmission lines
that are all the same length; commonly
one-eighth of a wavelength. Lumped...
is a legal philosopher
and penal theorist
and the founding Director
of the Centre
for Penal Theory
and Penal Ethics
at the Institute...
- some way may be found
of securing agreement
for demanding reparation commensurate
with the tremendous sacrifices
made by the British Empire
and her Allies...
in the world, however, ASEAN's climate mitigation efforts
are not commensurate
with the climate threats
it faces. Asia has the largest
- all, family. He is also known
as a traditionalist
who demands respect commensurate
with his status; even his closest friends refer
to him as "Godfather"...
- released, in some cases
automatically, to scale rapidly outward
and inward commensurate
with demand. To the consumer, the capabilities available
etc. Additionally officers
who hold the rank of DGP may have commensurate appointments
in central government organisations
such as Director, Central...
the bird's final plight
his own soul to be commensurately trapped beneath
the raven's shadow