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 adj. Of, relating to, or being an injection: such that each element of the image (or range) is associated with at most one element of the preimage (or domain); inversedeterministic.
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Never before have the drool buckets of freedom overflowed with such a steady stream of blooded flecked, hate infected spittle, injective and vitrioil.
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In 2004 scientists rebuilt bladder muscles using injective stem cells.

Another important aspect of Dedekind's views about functions is that, with respect to the intended range of functions, he allows for arbitrary injective correlations between sets of numbers, indeed between sets of objects in general.

In Math Man's terms: you can write an injective relationship, but not a surjective one.

To give but the simplest example, Riemann was an enthusiastic follower of Dirichlet's idea that a function has to be conceived as an arbitrary injective correspondence between numerical values, be it representable by a formula or not; this meant leaving behind the times when a function was defined to be an analytic expression.

It is a confoundyous injective so to say, Shaun the fiery boy shouted, naturally incensed, as he shook the red pepper out of his auricles.

The four companies include one that produces innovative plasticinjective molding, one is wood related, another is involved in hightech assembly and another is aviation related, Heird told board members.

It may be possible to construct sets '' A '' and '' B '' for which there is no way to compare their cardinalities: there is no injective function from '' A '' into

'' B '', nor any injective function from '' B '' into '' A ''.

A and B for which there is no way to compare their cardinalities: there is no injective function from
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