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A Little Blocked Literal Goes a Long Way [chapter]

Benjamin Kiesl, Marijn J. H. Heule, Martina Seidl
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We show that QRAT polynomially simulates long-distance resolution. Two simple rules of QRAT are crucial for our simulation-blocked-literal addition and blocked-literal elimination.  ...  Based on the simulation, we implemented a tool that transforms long-distance-resolution proofs into QRAT proofs.  ...  In our simulation, we used only a small subset of the QRAT rules: Q-resolution, universal reduction, blocked-literal addition, and blocked-literal elimination.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-66263-3_18 fatcat:ixtkctmzevcd3jphdzfbztirzm

Page 336 of Psychological Bulletin Vol. 41, Issue 5 [page]

1944 Psychological Bulletin  
The defect in popular music is that it depicts such a limited range of moods and thoughts. The lament of the lone cowboy has its place, but a little of it goes a long way.  ...  There are rather literal physiological treatments of phenomena which are as yet in the realm of constructs (brain energy levels in Ch. II; mental blocks in Ch. IV).  ... 

Page 336 of Psychological Bulletin Vol. 41, Issue 5 [page]

1944 Psychological Bulletin  
lone cowboy has its place, but a little of it goes a long way. 5 music requires little exercise of the nervous system above the spinal cord, and leaves m0 residue of developed mental muscles, no sense  ...  There are rather literal physiological treatments of phenomena which are as yet in the realm of constructs (brain energy levels in Ch. II; mental blocks in Ch.  ... 

Otter Hunting in the Plym Valley

G. G. Greenwood
1902 All Ireland Review  
A man with a spear stands at the adit-head, blocking that way of escape. The water is alive with swimming hounds, while others stand baying on the banks.  ...  a road. a little road,a lane way. a road. a river. speckled, a trout. and. a stone. a man. a woman, a cow. a horse, a bird. A$ eg at. (1.) feA\\ m?f -out). (2.)  ... 
doi:10.2307/20545935 fatcat:3nqj3nfrnndkzm3kfszldbhh3u

Carriers Royal and Other

C. T.
1902 All Ireland Review  
A man with a spear stands at the adit-head, blocking that way of escape. The water is alive with swimming hounds, while others stand baying on the banks.  ...  a road. a little road,a lane way. a road. a river. speckled, a trout. and. a stone. a man. a woman, a cow. a horse, a bird. A$ eg at. (1.) feA\\ m?f -out). (2.)  ... 
doi:10.2307/20545937 fatcat:grvy5v5dabcfbaltd2fmanohfa

Gaelic Class Notes

G. M. G.
1902 All Ireland Review  
A man with a spear stands at the adit-head, blocking that way of escape. The water is alive with swimming hounds, while others stand baying on the banks.  ...  a road. a little road,a lane way. a road. a river. speckled, a trout. and. a stone. a man. a woman, a cow. a horse, a bird. A$ eg at. (1.) feA\\ m?f -out). (2.)  ... 
doi:10.2307/20545936 fatcat:ddjmicpq4nazzndfro4hxccsqi

Page 47 of Smalley's Magazine Vol. 11, Issue 2 [page]

1893 Smalley's Magazine  
block away and come to it in shoals.  ...  stop to laugh—he goes instanter.  ... 

Page 669 of Green Book Magazine Vol. 8, Issue 4 [page]

1912 Green Book Magazine  
faith to such a frail chance as, “You might call in. next week,” and wildly seek to devise ways and means of liter- ally forcing yourself upon managerial attention.  ...  And all the while there kept running through my mind a speech I once heard a so-called “ac- tress” say: “Any woman is a fool who goes to bed hungry in New York.”  ... 

An Editor shall not "censor" submitted papers

Paul De Bièvre
2010 Accreditation and Quality Assurance  
We must agree a priori on the meaning of these building blocks which we have in mind (literally!).  ...  In the twenty-first century, such building blocks must be intercontinentally-not just internationally-understood in the same way.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00769-010-0667-8 fatcat:wr264lqzgnemhj4gjzewpr2n5m

Page 3 of The Classical World Vol. 1, Issue 1 [page]

1907 The Classical World  
We may krow very little consciously, and in all probability little in school, but the syntax, all of us, We learned for learned very fundamental things in’ English literate and illiterate, learned in our  ...  d pede or control action. how tion depends on its translatability. so simple a matter as the agreement of the gerun- dive be a stumbling-block ?  ... 

Page 3 of The Classical World Vol. 1, Issue 1 [page]

1907 The Classical World  
Why else should so simple a matter as the agreement of the gerun- dive be a constant stumbling-block ?  ...  A false is prevalent that we know very little English grammar and nevertheless We may indeed idea get on extremely well without it. know very little consciously, and in all probability learned very little  ... 

The Charles D. Seeberger Print Collection

1941 The Huntington Library Quarterly  
For the early fifteenth century, block books, which preceded printing from movable type by an appreciable time, were, in a way, cheap popular substitutes for rare and costly manuscripts, cloistered in  ...  Probably the humble and profane industry of printing playing cards from wood blocks showed how the poor man, not very literate, might through his eyes inform his mind of things hitherto restricted to the  ... 
doi:10.2307/3815781 fatcat:pt37utpipvedzbtgtjmwol3ulu

Page 24 of None Vol. 53, Issue 2749 [page]

1909 None  
Her offices are innumerable¢ but her most important office is one that is little realized. The people she goes to help are despondent and dis- couraged.  ...  in their own way.  ... 

Page 611 of Engineering and Mining Journal Vol. 137, Issue 12 [page]

1936 Engineering and Mining Journal  
The hydro-electric plant has a ditch 2,500 m. long for 1,700 liters of water per second capacity, and a penstock 574 m. long with 225-m. drop.  ...  The length of the auto road increased little by little, out to Quiru- vilca and finally to Huamachuco, to which town the auto now goes in seven or eight hours, before one has to take to the mules, and  ... 

Page 259 of Everybody's Magazine Vol. 19, Issue 2 [page]

1908 Everybody's Magazine  
Here is the boy now. ' Yes, that’s me when I was little. I was considered to be very pretty then. My! but that must have been a long, long time ago.  ...  real watch that all the time goes tick-tick, tick-tick because it has little men inside it making nails, but chairs and tables and door-handles look high up and tall to me; I wear a waist and knicker-  ... 
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