from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. exponent
- abbr. exponential
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- n. exponential function
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of ex parte
- n. of expired
- n. of export
- n. of express.
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IB quite agree P, being a good teacher in my exp is pretty much the same as being good at anything and your academic acheivemnts are not vital ... at least up to Olevel ond mostly beyond
In the game, you gain exp by killing characters such as Mario, Pacman, and the big bad-@ss boss is the unbeatable DEAN CAIN.
The conformal coordinate z is to be identified as exp (tau + i sigma), where tau is euclidean time, and and 0 infinity, and we typically do not want to impose boundary conditions in the infinite future.
The French word expérience means both scientific experiment and experience in the general sense.
Any email that contained key words including "sort code", "exp" or "amazon" would be deleted from the user's inbox without them knowing.
Any email that contained key words including 'sort code', 'exp' or 'amazon' would be deleted from the user's inbox without them knowing.
Can anyone please tell me, is it possible to convert the interviews with this kind of exp (work and MBA), is there a student on campus who has left some B school to join IIM??
Items will be marked with either an "exp" (as in expiration date), "best before" date or a lot code.
"exp" next to the offense that will never go away, signaling to a police officer not to mention it but to ask "Have you ever been arrested?" to see if the subject lies.
By alternating the terms of the two series you get the Taylor series of exp (ix) which is also absolutely convergent.