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Vola

Definitions

  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Vola the hollow of the hand or foot:—pl. Vō′læ
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L.

Usage

In literature:

Mi volas trinki, kaj volas doni akvon al mia fidela kamelo.
"A Complete Grammar of Esperanto" by Ivy Kellerman Reed
Vola ad multas terras et da auxilium.
"Latin for Beginners" by Benjamin Leonard D'Ooge
Here he encountered Zora Vola, the girl whose knouting he had witnessed and resented.
"The Boy Nihilist" by Allan Arnold
Once more the sleds were packed, once more the untiring Cerf-Vola took his place in the leading harness, and the word "march" was given.
"The World's Greatest Books, Volume 19" by Various
On September 6, the Russians attacked Warsaw from the side of Vola and Czyste.
"A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year" by Edwin Emerson
The next day I visited the field of Vola, celebrated as the place of election of the Kings of Poland.
"Incidents of Travel in Greece, Turkey, Russia, and Poland, 7th ed. Vol. 2 of 2" by John Lloyd Stephens
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In news:

Maria Percoco Vola's relatives are still combing the city, and peering at every photograph they see of the World Trade Center attacks, looking for a sign that she made it to safety.
Maria Percoco Vola 's relatives are still combing the city, and peering at every photograph they see of the World Trade Center attacks, looking for a sign that she made it to safety.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Vola and James Coffey, and daughter, Jamie M Felty.
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In science:

Let us note that there are similar identities for the more general volume elements volA,B .
Quantum kinematics on q-deformed quantum spaces I, Mathematical Framework
It remains to reduce the computation of volA (CM ) to two 2-Grounded instances.
Bringing Order to Special Cases of Klee's Measure Problem
Hence, we reduced the computation of the input instance’s volume vol(M ) to volA (CM ) and further to the 2-Grounded instances vol(T0 ∪ U (CM )) and vol(T1 ∪ U (CM )).
Bringing Order to Special Cases of Klee's Measure Problem
Then we would be interested in volA′′ (CM ), which can be seen to be exactly vol(M ).
Bringing Order to Special Cases of Klee's Measure Problem
We set A′ := A × [0, ∆]d−1 and still get the same volume volA′ (CM ) = vol(M ).
Bringing Order to Special Cases of Klee's Measure Problem
Thus, the hard part is to reduce the computation of volA (CM ) to 2k-Grounded instances, which we will do in the remainder of this section.
Bringing Order to Special Cases of Klee's Measure Problem
In the above situation we have volA (CM ) = vol(A) + XS⊆[k] As vol(A) = ∆d−k · Q16i6k vol(A(i) ) is trivial, we have reduced the computation of volA (CM ) to 2k = O(1) instances of 2k-Grounded, each consisting of O(n) boxes.
Bringing Order to Special Cases of Klee's Measure Problem
In the situation of Section 5 we have volA (CM ) = vol(A) + XS⊆[k] Proof.
Bringing Order to Special Cases of Klee's Measure Problem
In other words, the beta is the pr ice volatility of a financial instrument relative to the price vola tility of a mark et or index a s a whole.
On the Risk Management with Application of Econophysics Analysis in Central Banks and Financial Institutions
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