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  • n. Plural form of epsilon.


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  • WALLACE: And the people down below, the 'epsilons' down below …


  • There's a special tribute to you at mine today, Father all the little epsilons

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  • Abortion - Pro Life - Priests for Life all the little epsilons

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  • On the wilder fringes of the genetic engineering community, there are true believers prattling of the gene-rich and the gene-poor - Huxley's alphas and epsilons - and busily engaging in schemes for genetic enhancement and - to go one better than Brave New World - for immortality.

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  • The difficulty for giving consistency proofs for arithmetic and analysis consists in extending this result to cases where the axioms also contain ideal elements, i.e., epsilons.

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  • When you're watching your children rocket downward through the Brave New Working Classes from gamma through delta straight to the epsilons, not a word.

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  • To hell with that say the epsilons, we don't need no stinking alphas ... or deltas for that matter.

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  • And before long, the epsilons will have done a "prescribing course" and they too will be empowered to dole out soma.

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  • While in this dream, he played around with foxes, phatasmic epsilons, rei-clones, &

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  • (No epsilons or deltas are harmed by taking this course.)

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