semicontinuous love


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  • adj. (of a function) That it is continuous almost everywhere, except at certain points at which it is either upper semi-continuous or lower semi-continuous.


semi- +‎ continuous (Wiktionary)


  • Writing in his classic study "The Republic of Fear," he recalled, "Between 1958 and 1968 there were more than 10 coups and attempted coups two armed rebellions and a semicontinuous civil war against the Kurds."


  • Intermediate-scale. semicontinuous solid phase fermentation process for production of fuel ethanol from sweet sorghum.

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  • SIDO has to date established 10 semicontinuous kilns, on the Indian Khadi and Village Industries Commission

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  • And Europeans didn't want to hear that. semicontinuous wrote:

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  • Emma Marcegaglia on Italy's economy: We don't want to leave the euro semicontinuous wrote:

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  • The responses to the challenge measured as semicontinuous variables were predicted by symptoms of childhood separation anxiety, childhood parental loss, common stressful events, major life events, suffocative events and the female gender.

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  • A semicontinuous current flow has been measured above electrified clouds.

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