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Rese

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • v. i Rese rēz To shake; to quake; to tremble. "It made all the gates for to rese ."
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • rese A Middle English form of raise.
    • rese A Middle English form of race.
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Usage

In literature:

Some of these lands will reseed themselves naturally while other areas have to be seeded or planted by hand.
"The School Book of Forestry" by Charles Lathrop Pack
His principal wife came with her attendants, after he had departed, to look at the Englishman (Moenge-rese).
"The Last Journals of David Livingstone, in Central Africa, from 1865 to His Death, Volume I (of 2), 1866-1868" by David Livingstone
The idea is to sell and reseed.
"Tenting To-night" by Mary Roberts Rinehart
Jis let Miss T'rese kotch'er.
"At Fault" by Kate Chopin
When this happens, the best thing to do is to spade up the patch, and rake every weed-root out of it, and then reseed it.
"Amateur Gardencraft" by Eben E. Rexford
Take care of these plants, conserve the air, and squeeze by until we can reseed.
"Let'em Breathe Space" by Lester del Rey
Rolpho domi ipse reses pugilos suos duodecim Adilso in subsidium mittit, quorum etiam opera is alioqui vincendus, victoriam obtinuit.
"Beowulf" by R. W. Chambers
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In news:

It reseeds itself with abandon and new plants appear from March through August as long as there is enough moisture.
The Asian Moon butterfly bush is sterile, so it doesn't reseed, and it blooms prolifically throughout the summer.
One of the best ways for Greater Cleveland to attract new residents, reseed a culture of entrepreneurialism and become more competitive in the global economy is to regain its status as a magnet for immigrants.
Get 'instant plants' when favorite flowers and vegetables reseed .
SEC won't reseed basketball tournament next season.
ONE STREET'S STRUGGLE TO COME BACK / A few returnees hope to reseed deserted Delery in Ninth Ward.
Clover 's ability to reseed itself and stay green was considered an advantage in the pursuit of a beautiful, green lawn.
A Hershey man was sentenced to 210 days in jail for his part in a May assault at the Sutherland Rese Read Article.
New to Yahoo, Jacqueline Reses is the executive vice president of people and development.
Seeds that typically reseed themselves or self sow .
Before September, Jacqueline Reses had never formally worked in human resources, let alone managed the people side of a Fortune 500 company.
In the operating room, doctors reseed the windpipe with more of the patient's cells.
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In science:

For a finite ´etale Q-algebra E, (Gm )E /Q denotes the Weil restriction ResE /Q (Gm ) which is characterized by χ((Gm )E /Q ) = ZΣE .
Lefschetz classes of simple factors of Fermat Jacobian of prime degree over finite fields
For a finite ´etale Q-algebra E, (Gm )E /Q denotes the Weil restriction ResE /Q (Gm ) which is characterized by χ((Gm )E /Q ) = ZΣE .
Remark on nondegeneracy of simple abelian varieties with many endomorphisms
Resing for bringing the work of Sevast’yanov to our attention.
Queues with random back-offs
By diagram (20) in Subsection 1.4 there is an isomorphism of functors ∼= FE ((W/U )∗ ) ◦ resE (V ) E ((W/U )∗ ) .
Describing coherent sheaves on projective spaces via Koszul duality
To distinguish the dependence on E, we denote it by ResE (∇).
Good formal structure for meromorphic flat connections on smooth projective surfaces
Lemma 2.19 We can take a lattice E ′ of E ⊗ k((t)) such that (i) ∇ is logarithmic with respect to E ′, (ii) α − β 6∈ Z for any distinct eigenvalues of ResE ′ (∇).
Good formal structure for meromorphic flat connections on smooth projective surfaces
Let S denote the set of the eigenvalues of ResE (∇).
Good formal structure for meromorphic flat connections on smooth projective surfaces
Unlike the isocurvature case, unless CDM wells are present to reseed fluctuations (see §V), adiabatic models consequently fail to form galaxies.
Toward Understanding CMB Anisotropies and Their Implications
Under the hypothesis of this theorem we define ResE, F, r, and call it the r th -determinantal resultant of E and F, to be the irreducible polynomial equation (defined up to a nonzero multiplicative constant of K) of the hypersurface ∇.
Determinantal resultant
As we can see in the hypothesis of theorem 2.1, being given X, E and F, the r th -determinantal resultant ResE, F, r not always exists.
Determinantal resultant
As ResE, F, r represents, when it exists, an irreducible and reduced divisor of Y = P(H ), it is quite natural to ask for its degree.
Determinantal resultant
We showed that the morphism q is birational on its image which is exactly the variety ∇ defined by the vanishing of the determinantal resultant ResE, F, r .
Determinantal resultant
It follows that ResE, F, r is multi-homogeneous with respect to each Hi .
Determinantal resultant
We will now show that it is possible to give an explicit representation of the determinantal resultant ResE, F, r (when it exists), more precisely we will show that this resultant is the determinant of a certain complex.
Determinantal resultant
If M stabilizes the complex q∗ (L• ) then det(C (M)• ⊗ C(H )) = ResE, F, r .
Determinantal resultant
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