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Now Gardam has turned up a pair of multiplicative inverses with 21 terms each within a group algebra built from the Hantzsche-Wendt group.
Now that relationship is on the inverse, or so water agencies thought until they saw the Water Authority’s numbers.
As you might expect, this metric moved in approximately inverse proportion to the rising rate of new cases in the spring and summer, plummeting from 80 miles to under 30 as cases peaked in early April, concentrated in the Northeast.
Just as the pandemic has forced many companies to lay off employees, others have enjoyed an inverse trajectory.
Research in the 1960s found an inverse relationship between emotional involvement with a city and the estimate of how far away it was.
Now recall the series in an inverse order, beginning with “Fieldhand,” and going back to “Building.”
ASSIMILATIVE MEMORYMARCUS DWIGHT LARROWE (AKA PROF. A. LOISETTE)
The first cost of these engines was probably in inverse proportion to their power.
The pressure of darkness acts in inverse proportion upon different kinds of natures.
We shall, then, in a separate chapter, examine and endeavour to characterize the inverse process.
And as will be shown presently, nothing of a really scientific character is here possible, except by the inverse deductive method.

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pandiculationnoun | [pan-dik-yuh-ley-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION
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