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- n. A set of sets, each of the latter being formed of a certain number of elements out of a given collection of them, so that each element occurs just twice among all the sets. Thus, (AB) (BC) (CD) (AD) is a dyadic disyntheme—that is, one composed of pairs. See
dyadic. Also diplosyntheme.
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