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How do I marry thee? Let me count the ways

A Benjamin
1995 Discrete Applied Mathematics  
The method of construction makes use of special properties of the latin marriage problem, which we develop.  ...  This construction provides a new lower bound on the maximum number of stable matchings for problems of even size and is comparable to a known lower bound when the size is a power of 2.  ...  The converse can be proven in exactly the same way. 2 Combining our two lemmas we have the following stability condition: Theorem 1 A matching on A is stable if and only if there do not exist i, j ∈ {0  ... 
doi:10.1016/0166-218x(94)00129-2 fatcat:aivnratjpjg5nmtjvmeztnkla4

How do I marry thee? Let me count the ways

Arthur T. Benjamin, Cherlyn Converse, Henry A. Krieger
1995 Discrete Applied Mathematics  
This construction provides a new lower bound on the maximum number of stable matchings for problems of even size and is comparable to a known lower bound when the size is a power of 2.  ...  The method of construction makes use of special properties of the latin marriage problem, which we develop. *Corresponding author. 0166-218X/95/$09.50 0 1995-Elsevier Science B.V.  ...  Suppose to the contrary that X,,, . . . , X,_ 1 is a non-constant stable matching on S,. Let m = min (X,, . . . ,X,_ i} < n -1.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0166-218x(95)80006-p fatcat:grt2tranffduhez2gknw2fcfbe

How Do I Count Thee? Various Angles for Examining the Doubling Times of the Amish

Joseph F. Donnermeyer
2021 The Journal of Plain Anabaptist Communities  
The focus of this article is the measurement of how rapidly various parts of Amish society grow, including the number of settlements, households, church districts, and ordained men.  ...  Doubling time was selected as the statistic to examine this growth. It is a measure of how quickly a population doubles; that is, its exponential growth.  ...  The first line is one familiar to millions of people around the world, even today: "How do I love thee, let me count the ways." question, how quickly do the Amish double in size across the various terrains  ... 
doi:10.18061/jpac.v1i2.7990 fatcat:a67o2eztxzfexfojhoj2rha65e

How Do I Regret Thee? Let Me Count My Alternatives: Regret and Decision Making in Intimate Relationships

Richard E. Mattson, Ana M. Franco-Watkins, Karlene Cunningham
2012 Psychology  
and the probability of switching to an alternative in the future.  ...  The current study examined regret over one's current partner selection as the possible mechanism by which better alternatives leads to partner switching in otherwise happy unions.  ...  I'm doing in life, I often assess opportunities I have passed up).  ... 
doi:10.4236/psych.2012.39100 fatcat:m6s4li3zqvh63ahz43aznkjjnm

How Do I Love Thee? Let Me Count the Js: Implicit Egotism and Interpersonal Attraction

John T. Jones, Brett W. Pelham, Mauricio Carvallo, Matthew C. Mirenberg
2004 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology  
From the perspective of implicit egotism people should gravitate toward others who resemble them because similar others activate people's positive, automatic associations about themselves.  ...  Studies 1-4 showed that people are disproportionately likely to marry others whose first or last names resemble their own. Studies 5-7 provided experimental support for implicit egotism.  ...  BAS items include "When I want something, I usually go all out to get it" and "When I get something I want, I feel excited and energized."  ... 
doi:10.1037/0022-3514.87.5.665 pmid:15535778 fatcat:oouzywdamba5jp5y3f65nvzqt4

Page 398 of Godey's Magazine Vol. 135, Issue 808 [page]

1897 Godey's Magazine  
I can do nothing for my parents; I must be a burden to them. How can it end? Will Miriam not marry; will she not give her dear heart into some good man’s keeping?  ...  I have caused dissension in the meeting and among my people on ac- count of my music, the one thing I felt that I could do something with and which I love so much.  ... 

Page 269 of Graham's Magazine Vol. 3, Issue 4 [page]

1838 Graham's Magazine  
said Carsivallo. “ Do thou,” said the count, “ order a tour- nament to be publicly eried, and let it be known that he who wishes to marry your daughter must come on such a day, and whoever shall be the  ...  The count replied, “ Thou sayest right, but thou mightest tell her, she shall be mistress of all I possess in the world; meanwhile we will contrive to find some way of succeeding, there- fore, let us think  ... 

Page 50 of McBride's Magazine Vol. 71, Issue 421 [page]

1903 McBride's Magazine  
I do not wish to marry. I wish to go into a convent. I have some money, have I not?  ...  That is the one who led my horse home. He would have died rather than let harm come to me.” “ How can a blind monk lead a horse?”  ... 

Page 401 of Old and New Vol. 2, Issue 4 [page]

1870 Old and New  
are the words which will be spoken. Miss Eveline loves me, in her way, passion- ately and jealously; and the only thing that makes me love her in return is the confession that she admires thee.  ...  My wants are many, dear, bewitching Lulu; a horse is not all I need. I do not know how it is, but I always spend more than my salary!  ... 

Page 450 of Everybody's Magazine Vol. 5, Issue 26 [page]

1901 Everybody's Magazine  
It is the trut’, I have invite’ thees ozer girl, but it is not what I do, it is his tongue, what mek you so angry.  ...  An’ then he say all thoes ting, jus’ to mek you vex’ wis me!”’ Stasie did not move. ** An’ it is all ’count of thees peddleman Charpentier!’’  ... 

Page 490 of The National Magazine : An Illustrated Monthly Vol. 38, Issue 3 [page]

1913 The National Magazine : An Illustrated Monthly  
How I hate her grand ways! I could bite her! (Looks ai Asenath with frowning face, then speaks suddenly with oT Fair Asenath, I have come to warn thee. ASENATH (coldly)—To warn me?  ...  I pray thee, great Prince, great master, that thou let us depart this day, that we may carry succor to our house. JosEPH (more kindly)—This do and live, for I fear God.  ... 

Page 378 of McBride's Magazine Vol. 28, Issue [page]

1881 McBride's Magazine  
See how great un- happiness was hers, although she had all the rest to make life smooth and a pleasant by-way. Beware, my child, beware! Do not marry this young man —, Ain 2 aes xk | ts me OD  ...  Barton took things more peaceably. ‘‘ My dear,” she began, “let me say a word to thee in season.  ... 

Page 516 of The American Magazine Vol. 56, Issue 5 [page]

1903 The American Magazine  
Do you remember Mrs. Browning’s Sonnet beginning: ‘‘How do I love thee, let me count the ways?” I think she came nearer saying it for me than I shall ever come to saying it for myself.  ...  he murmured in- anely. ‘‘ I did have a bad dream; I dreamed | was going to be married again.” ‘“‘Let me go!’’  ... 

Page 43 of None Vol. 23, Issue 45 [page]

1878 None  
The third upon my lips was folded down In perfect purple state ; since when, indeed, I have been proud and said, ‘My love, my own!’ How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.  ...  The married life of the poets seemed to be one of perfect happiness. Mr.  ... 

Page 178 of Graham's Illustrated Magazine Vol. 21, Issue 4 [page]

1842 Graham's Illustrated Magazine  
Because Mari Franca Was married four leagues out of Salamanca! Don C, Jesting aside, who is it? Hyp. Preciosa! Don C. Impossible! The Count of Lara tells me She is not virtuous. Hip.  ...  He comes this way. Hii p. It has been truly said by some wise man That money, grief and love cannot be hidden. Pray stand this way, and let the dreamer pass. (Enter Victorian in front.) Vic.  ... 
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