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  • 1 cyclically — cyclic ► ADJECTIVE 1) occurring in cycles. 2) Chemistry having a molecular structure containing one or more closed rings of atoms. DERIVATIVES cyclical adjective cyclically adverb …

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  • 2 cyclically — adverb see cyclic …

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  • 3 cyclically — See cyclicality. * * * …

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  • 4 cyclically — adverb /ˈsɪk.lɪk.li,ˈsɪk.lɪk.ə.li/ in a cyclic manner; in cycles; periodically …

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  • 5 cyclically — adv. periodically, recurrently; in a recurrent manner …

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  • 6 cyclically — cy·cli·cal·ly …

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  • 7 cyclically — ˈsīklə̇k(ə)lē, ˈsik , lēk , )li adverb : in a cyclical manner …

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  • 8 cyclically permuted sequences — cyclically permuted sequences. См. последовательности с круговыми перестановками. (Источник: «Англо русский толковый словарь генетических терминов». Арефьев В.А., Лисовенко Л.А., Москва: Изд во ВНИРО, 1995 г.) …

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  • 9 Cyclically ordered group — In mathematics, a cyclically ordered group is a set with both a group structure and a cyclic order, such that left and right multiplication both preserve the cyclic order. Cyclically ordered groups were first studied in depth by Ladislav Rieger… …

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  • 10 Cyclically reduced word — In mathematics, cyclically reduced word is a concept of combinatorial group theory. Let F(X) be a free group. Then a word w in F(X) is said to be cyclically reduced if and only if every cyclic permutation of the word is reduced. Properties Every… …

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  • 11 последовательности с круговыми перестановками — cyclically permuted sequences последовательности с круговыми перестановками. Последовательности одинаковой длины с идентичным порядком генов, начинающихся с разных сайтов по отношению к началу цепи и характеризующихся с обоих концов терминальной… …

    Молекулярная биология и генетика. Толковый словарь.

  • 12 cyclical — cyclically, adv. cyclicality, n. /suy kli keuhl, sik li /, adj. 1. cyclic. 2. of or denoting a business or stock whose income, value, or earnings fluctuate widely according to variations in the economy or the cycle of the seasons: Selling… …

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  • 13 CYCLOPS — • cyclically ordered phase sequence; • Cyclophosphamide in Systemic Vasculitis …

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  • 14 Cyclic order — In mathematics, a cyclic order is a way to arrange a set of objects in a circle.[nb] Unlike most structures in order theory, a cyclic order cannot be modeled as a binary relation a < b . One does not say that east is more clockwise than west.… …

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  • 15 Transposable integer — A summary of this article appears in Repeating decimal. The digits of some specific integers permute or shift cyclically when they are multiplied by a number n. Examples are: 142857 × 3 = 428571 (shifts cyclically one place left) 142857 × 5 =… …

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  • 16 Small cancellation theory — In the mathematical subject of group theory, small cancellation theory studies groups given by group presentations satisfying small cancellation conditions, that is where defining relations have small overlaps with each other. It turns out that… …

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  • 17 Advanced Encryption Standard — Infobox block cipher name = AES caption = The SubBytes step, one of four stages in a round of AES designers = Vincent Rijmen, Joan Daemen publish date = 1998 derived from = Square derived to = Anubis, Grand Cru related to = certification = AES… …

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  • 18 Channel access method — In telecommunications and computer networks, a channel access method or multiple access method allows several terminals connected to the same multi point transmission medium to transmit over it and to share its capacity. Examples of shared… …

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  • 19 Fiscal policy — Part of a series on Government Public finance …

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  • 20 Underemployment — refers to an employment situation that is insufficient in some important way for the worker, relative to a standard.[1] Examples include holding a part time job despite desiring full time work, and overqualification, where the employee has… …

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