from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who or that which associates or connects together.
- noun An associate or partner in any scheme; a confederate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun An associate; a confederate or partner in any scheme.
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- noun A person who
- noun mathematics A specific form of
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July 31st, 2008 at 8: 17 am strategie del poker says: strategie del poker castles associator Wilkins overtures: notes
This hypothesis explains certain gall-bladder phenomena likewise, -- indigestion, loss of weight, disturbed functions, etc., -- and it may supply the explanation of the disturbance caused by an active anal fissure, which is a potent noci-associator, and the consequent disproportionate relief after the trivial operation for its cure.
The trace of A and the antisymmetrized associator [B, C, D] gives you an antisymmetrized object with four indices.
For example, the supersymmetry variation of a fermion has the normal term proportional to "X" but also an additional non-linear term proportional to the associator
operatives associator Connelly maintaining:translator ...
; -) For certain reasons, it is more useful to use the completely antisymmetrized associator