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We 19 prove that every claw of order n with degree less than ~n appears in every n-vertex tournament. u Thus for large n, the maximum We also construct avoidable claws with degree approaching i3n. tl 2 ... A claw of degree k is a directed tree consisting of k paths emerging from a common root. ... For r,s,t with 3r+2s+t=n-1 and t ~> r, let C(r,s,t) denote the claw whose partition of n-1 has r threes, s twos, and t ones. ...doi:10.1016/s0012-365x(97)00207-0 fatcat:o3dsf6zpfjhlvlxuimk37ks75u
The bolster and claw, G H, are represented as fixed on a decayed tooth A, preparatory to its extraction from the socket B. ... support, is pulled by the claw on one side, (as shown by the dotted lines,) and tilts on the part N of the socket as a fulcrum ; this being opposite the bolster, the pull varying from the direction K ...doi:10.1016/s0140-6736(02)92023-4 fatcat:bicgfr346rb33c4btptftgppbe
J in thes dotted curve J, and pulls the claw H in the direction of the line K L, along which the tooth, having no direct support, is pulled by the claw on one side, (as shown by the dotted lines,) and ... - ning first at one side, and stretching the socket, so as to make room for it the easier to slip out; thus the parts are easily and gradually loosened, but in quick succession, thereby avoiding all that ...
Wong, On avoidable and unavoidable claws (Note) (1-3) 259-265 McSorley, J.P., Counting structures in the Mrbius ladder (1-3) 137-164 Morayne, M., Partial-order analogue of the secretary problem: The binary ... Shikare and B.N. Waphare, Splitting in a binary matroid (Note) J., On a geometric combinatorial problem (Note) (1-3) 273-279 Savage, C.D. and C.-Q. ...doi:10.1016/s0012-365x(97)83859-9 fatcat:lyk7pw4tsjgt7cisllruhse7ni
|Wong, Chak Kuen] (1-1BM; Yorktown Heights, NY On avoidable and unavoidable claws. (English summary) Discrete Math. 184 (1998), no. 1-3, 259-265. ... We also construct avoidable claws with degree approaching 4 n. ...
, the upper part of the fulcrum will, on turning the int~rument, apply itfelf exa&lv oppofite to the end of the claw; the operation is afterwards performed with the greateft facility, and my patients have ... by which means the iajary of the jaw-bone and centurion of contiguous foil parts are avoided, a-rid, confequently~ the molt painful part of the operation. ...doi:10.1080/14786440108675924 fatcat:c5kdtmybdzafjlejmm4taeflz4
urge on-Dent ist to his Royal Highness the Prince of if ales. ... In the first place, when the ball takes a straight direction, this instrument, on being introduced, discovers the depth of the wound, and immediately on coming into contact with the ball, the secret springs ... A is the handle; BB the secret springs, by means of which the claws open when they come in contact with the ball; CC the straight probe; and D the claws, which close immediately when they have seized the ...pmid:30491173 pmcid:PMC5671210 fatcat:uhpv3z4j35dypbli5y6mx33flq
We consider that the unique anterior convex and posterior concave shape of iris-claw IOL allows the aqueous to flow easily between the chambers and a properly implanted IOL has no effect on the iris-lens ... In this pilot study; all cases were evaluated on the first postoperative day, the first week, the first month, and the third month. ...doi:10.1177/112067210901900103 pmid:19123144 fatcat:js5bfvdwuzg45avyiblum6dvbi
In this note the author uses the max-flow min-cut theorem to construct n-unavoidable rooted 2-trees of order n. It is also shown that certain claws of order n and degree < in are avoidable. ... Moon (3-AB; Edmonton, AB) 97g:05054 05C05 Lu, Xiaoyun |Lu, Xiao Yun'| (1-IL; Urbana, IL) On avoidable and unavoidable trees. (English summary) J. Graph Theory 22 (1996), no. 4, 335-346. ...
While the final result cl R (G) is again claw-free, it may be unavoidable to obtain claws in the process of adding edges to K 4 &e's. ... This implies that v i+1 v p # E(H) to avoid a claw centered in x=v i (see Fig. 1 ). Now consider the graph induced by [v j , v j&1 , v j+1 , v i ]. ... ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I thank Wayne Goddard for proposing the stepwise approach to Ryja c ek's closure, Hajo Broersma and Huib Trommel for pointing out a mistake in an earlier version, and the referees for their ...doi:10.1006/jctb.1998.1871 fatcat:shaho73nlnha3ghkes3in4ribe
Even though a claw health problem is underestimated by many dairy producers in Ethiopia, it is widely regarded as one of the major productivity, health and welfare issues for dairy cows. ... Laminitis, claw disease, digital dermatitis, and foot rot are the most frequent causes of claw health problems. ... It should have the right friction to avoid accidents and to assure that the wear on the claw is not too much or too little. The floors must also be easy to clean, dry and hygienic. ...doi:10.1136/vr.k193 pmid:29351973 fatcat:fvezrasfpzcchp3arrs7xa3ft4
USE OF THE S-O CLIP IN RETROFLEXED POSITION (VIDEO CASE 1) Figure 1 . 1 The S-O clip has a 5-mm-long spring and a 4-mm-long nylon loop at one side of the clip claws. ... However, in most traction methods, the direction of traction is limited to the oral side, and interference between the endoscope and the traction device in the cardia is unavoidable. 6 The S-O clip ( ... Interference between the endoscope axis and spring during submucosal dissection rarely occurs in the forward position. ...doi:10.1016/j.vgie.2018.12.015 pmid:31032463 pmcid:PMC6477632 fatcat:zkfd6q4tsjfrdjzrg62toue2zm
Journal of Field Ornithology
Even with top-quality traps, some injuries are unavoidable and occasional casualties have to be expected. A bird hopping into a treadle trap may drop the door on another bird just on the threshold. ... 126] Low, Banding With Mist Nets es Titmice, and Cardinals.'* They flutter and fight the net continually, gather fold after fold of netting in their claws, and tangle themselves badly. ...
“J thank you for your civilities which one cannot avoid, and to which no one attributes anything. ... “T beg of you, Hummel,” rejoined his wife, dis- pleased, “do not annoy us by finding fault with the civilities which are unavoidable on such an occasion, and of which no one takes advantage.” ...
However, the effects of many of these herbs are not well-documented due to limited studies done on them. ... Furthermore, close monitoring of pharmacological effects and plasma drug levels should be carried out to avoid toxicity and ensure adequate chemotherapeutic coverage in patients with cancer. ... Nonetheless, patients on therapy with retinoids and photosensitizing agents should avoid co-administration of St. ...doi:10.2174/2212798411002010012 pmid:20653549 fatcat:gttz3ouaxbhzrff3rg5eb2wl5q
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