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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of exponentiate.


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  •   Back then, incest was sin exponentiated to the power of infinity.

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  • That number gets exponentiated, so you obtain something between

    The Reference Frame

  • Curly went on operating until he satisfied her hypotheses, then he exponentiated and became completely orthogonal. where dreams come true

  • Note that we do not use the matrix to be exponentiated as part of the key even though strictly speaking it is one of its arguments.

    Planet Ubuntu

  • Even though we explicitly use it as an argument, in our application the matrix to be exponentiated is more part of the state, it is indeed invariant in all calls.

    Planet Ubuntu

  • Interestingly if you have already shared a Linear Bloom and need to update your copy it admits a cheap network representation using the same arithmetic/exponentiated Huffman encoding trick mentioned earlier.

    Jeremy Zawodny's linkblog

  • Nicely the regular structure of the exponentiated alphabet is very regular and can be represented efficiently.

    Jeremy Zawodny's linkblog

  • This can be transmitted near optimally using arithmetic encoding or exponentiated Huffman.

    Jeremy Zawodny's linkblog

  • A Chocolate Pot de Creme ($5.50) was dark delight exponentiated.

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  • All the Heidelberg philosophers rolled into one grand taco, and exponentiated, would have known less of life than a cub on his second year on the police desk.

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