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  1. Extended is supported only in stateful session beans.
  2. Once fully extended, the East London Line will also consist of overlapping braids.


  1. Points where cable bundles from the telephony switch use drop lines extended out to the customer premises. (Web site)
  2. Jeff Gordon extended his points lead over Denny Hamlin to 366 points.


  1. As a reward, Zhang remained ruler of Manchuria and even extended his influence to Northern China around Beijing and Hebei. (Web site)
  2. Gradually, one of them, Prabhakar Vardhana, the ruler of Thanesar, who belonged to the Pushabhukti family, extended his control over all other feudatories. (Web site)


  1. The Euler characteristic of other surfaces is a useful topological invariant, which can be extended to higher dimensions using Betti numbers.
  2. Jim Hoffman, David Hoffman and William Meeks III, then extended the definition to produce a family of surfaces with different rotational symmetries.
  3. Similar operations may be extended to calculate the curvature and length of a curve and to analogous properties of surfaces in any number of dimensions.


  1. It was from here that the English gradually extended their domain to other parts of Thiruvithamcore anglicised as Travancore. (Web site)
  2. The domain of a complex-valued function may be extended to include the point at infinity as well.
  3. Note the domain may be extended to the complex plane with all the same properties as before, except the bijectivity and ordering properties.


  1. The more severe withdrawal symptoms have usually been limited to those patients who had received excessive doses over an extended period of time. (Web site)
  2. His influence was not limited to his contemporaries, and extended to Felix Mendelssohn and Carl Maria von Weber.
  3. Loisy, however, had also extended his concept of relativity to Jesus and declared Jesus to be limited and fallible in his judgments.


  1. Clovis united all Franks under his rule, gained the support of the Gallic clergy, made Paris his base of operations, and extended his conquests into Germany. (Web site)
  2. The government has extended its support for struggling mortgage lender Northern Rock to cover all retail deposits at the bank.
  3. With JDBC 2.0, the getObject() method has been extended to support these new Java-aware databases. (Web site)


  1. In addition, we have extended the analysis of cell activation and induction of cytokine production by flagella to normal human blood monocytes.
  2. The extended linear complementarity problem and its applications in the analysis and control of discrete event systems and hybrid systems.
  3. This was an extended follow-up (EFU) analysis of women who participated in the initial efficacy study of GSK's cervical cancer candidate vaccine. (Web site)


  1. The race was extended by five laps because of the green-white-checker finish rule.
  2. He extended his lead to almost seven seconds ahead of Fiat Yamaha rider Jorge Lorenzo in the second half of the race, who was running at number two.
  3. Fox will also offer more extended coverage following the race.


  1. Bukka defeated the Sultanate of Madurai in 1371 and extended his territory into the south all the way to Rameswaram.
  2. In 1925, the boundaries of NWT were extended all the way to the North Pole on the sector principle, vastly expanding its territory onto the northern ice cap.
  3. The line was later extended all the way into London St Pancras in 2007.


  1. Although first worked during the reign of Khufu, Lehner has argued that the quarry was extended to the west during the reign of Khafre. (Web site)
  2. They continued to expand eastward, especially during the reign of Euthydemus (230–200 BCE) who extended his control beyond Alexandria Eschate to Sogdiana. (Web site)


  1. They had controlled Egypt for more than 600 years, and over that time they had extended their rule extensively throughout Egypt. (Web site)
  2. His empire, the greatest that had existed to that time, extended from Thrace to Egypt and from Greece to the Indus valley. (Web site)
  3. They extended their lands to the borders of Egypt on one side, and as far north as the Urartu territory in Caucasus and Anatolia. (Web site)

Vast Empire

  1. He undoubtedly ruled over a vast empire which extended from the borders of Persia in the north and up to Mysore or Karnataka in the south.
  2. His grandson, Pulikeshin II (609-42) built a vast empire which extended from Narmada in the north to the Cauveri in the south.
  3. During his reign, he built a vast empire that extended from eastern Persia (Iran) to northern India, and from the Amu Darya to the Indian Ocean. (Web site)


  1. This imperial rule, which extended from Great Britain to Egypt, from Spain to Mesopotamia, was a period of remarkable peace.
  2. He said that he earned it based on his presentations in Gaul and referred to Pompeius whose governor ship in Spain had been extended the year before. (Web site)
  3. He extended the Roman empire to Dacia and parts of Asia; Hadrian (117 - 138 CE). Hadrian was born in Spain and later adopted by Trajan.


  1. The time for filing an appellant's brief or an amended appellant's brief may not be extended. (Web site)


  1. All these actions can be made on request of the Russian Patent Office, the term of response to which request can be extended up to 10 months.
  2. At the request of the applicant this period may be extended, provided that the request has been received prior to its expiration. (Web site)
  3. You must book a minimum of 3 nights, which may be extended on request, to give you more time to explore Liege and the region's numerous tourist attractions. (Web site)

Hepburn Act

  1. Beginning with the Hepburn Act (1906), the ICC's jurisdiction was gradually extended beyond railroads to all common carriers except airplanes by 1940. (Web site)


  1. In 1976, copyright was extended to include any work "fixed in any tangible medium of expression" in order to adapt the law to technological advances. (Web site)
  2. Next is the short barrel; this part of the instrument may be extended in order to fine-tune the clarinet. (Web site)
  3. In the middle of the 18th century the war between France and Britain was extended to the Sub-continent in order to establish control over India. (Web site)


  1. This method is equivalent to an Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA), although ANCOVA can be extended to more complicated situations. (Web site)
  2. Further, the method in FIG. 5 may be extended to grouping RRGs and TRGs to obtain virtual NIC partitions and then configuring the virtual NIC partitions. (Web site)
  3. The MCRT is then extended to include photon path tracing, a method of tracing photons from light sources to surfaces.


  1. He developed and extended the Austrian economics of Ludwig von Mises, in whose seminar he was a main participant for many years.
  2. A number of different forms of Mahayana arose that developed and extended its doctrines and beliefs in different ways.
  3. Developed by Atherton Technology and DEC, based on an extended version of the Software BackPlane, now proposed as an industry standard. (Web site)


  1. With Tigranes as a friend and ally of Rome, the chain of Roman protectorates now extended as far east as the Black Sea and the Caucasus. (Web site)
  2. This would have been extended with the inclusion of the Capitoline hill and Isola Tiberina at the time that Rome became an oppidum, a fortified town. (Web site)
  3. Pepin conquered them and gave as a present to the Pope that part of their possessions which extended for some distance around Rome.


  1. Negasi Krestos, a leading warlord of Menz, extended his power to the south by conquest, proclaimed himself ruler of Shewa, and defeated all of his rivals.
  2. His imperium, or military authority, extended throughout the empire and was greater than the power of any other governor or general. (Web site)
  3. Some think that political stability may be considered as excessive when the group in power remains the same for an extended period of time. (Web site)


  1. In 1969, Ningxia's border was extended to the north and acquired parts of the Inner Mongolia autonomous region. (Web site)
  2. The HD Guru wonders how an extended warranty will be honored since Polaroid does not have any system to sell parts to servicers.
  3. This theory can also be extended to the time after the fall of the Western Empire and to other parts of the world. (Web site)


  1. Instead of stirring up persecution against the Christians, he extended to them the strong hand of his protection throughout the empire. (Web site)
  2. U.S. patent protection for Xenical, originally to end on June 18, 2004, was extended by five years (until 2009) by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
  3. Utility models' term of protection may be extended once by the term of five years. (Web site)


  1. Formula One team Ferrari have extended the contract of driver Jean Alesi by two years.
  2. The Darwin BSM implementation was created by McAfee Research under contract to Apple, and has since been extended by the volunteer TrustedBSD team.
  3. Gordon extended his contract with Hendrick at the end of 2009 and plans to race through at least 2013. (Web site)


  1. From 1862, the branch was extended to New Mills to meet the Midland Railway 's extension of its line from Millers Dale.
  2. Extension to functional analysis The concept of a holomorphic function can be extended to the infinite-dimensional spaces of functional analysis.
  3. Although soon the result could be extended to all compact Lie groups by incorporating results from Graeme Segal 's thesis, that extension was complicated.

Extended Stay

  1. Only the last three of the program's fourteen missions consisted of an expedition to Mir but none resulted in an extended stay in the station.


  1. Docked with the Mir space station 24 March 1996; Shannon Lucid was left on Mir for an extended stay. (Web site)
  2. The Service Module (SM) contains the systems that were vital for the extended stay of up to 10 days in space.
  3. The green hills of Bilbao are a welcome relief after an extended stay in the dry plains in the south, but planning a day at the beach is less certain. (Web site)


  1. In the context of modeling and analysis with Petri nets, fairness constraints have been defined but the results have not been extended to model checking. (Web site)
  2. Dylar does not work properly, though, and extended use sometimes results in insanity.
  3. The Earth's precession is one of the factors that results in the planet receiving different amounts of solar energy over extended periods of time. (Web site)


  1. He conjectured that the result held for 3-dimensional manifolds and this was later extended to higher dimensions. (Web site)
  2. Chronic injuries, including nerve damage at weight bearing locations, can also occur as a result of repeatedly riding a bicycle for extended periods of time.
  3. This causes increased coughing in order to remove the mucus, and is often a result of extended periods of exposure to cigarette smoke. (Web site)

Extended Version

  1. Extended version of the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), which includes additional functionality such as delivery notification and session delivery.
  2. NetBEUI (NetBIOS Extended User Interface) is a new, extended version of NetBIOS, the program that lets computers communicate within a local area network. (Web site)
  3. An extended version of diff that compares three files at a time. (Web site)


  1. These authors have extended this work to specification matching [76] in which formal specifications in the Larch language 1 [27] are attached to functions.
  2. The authors of the best papers will be invited to publish an extended version in the Journal of Memetics. (Web site)
  3. According to the authors, PROSPER results allow statin therapy to be extended to older persons. (Web site)


  1. In addition, the Yokohama Tire Corporation has also extended its sponsorship for the same period of time. (Web site)
  2. In addition, a Java Dispatcher class 145 can be extended to support Java and can be used for AV applications. (Web site)
  3. In addition, there will be an extended break with live entertainment between the 150-mile Gatorade Duel qualifying races.


  1. It is also possible to compactify the real line by adding two points, +∞ and -∞; this results in the extended real line. (Web site)
  2. Therefore, vectors can be extended to three dimensions by simply adding the 'z' value.
  3. We are developing a theory of gravity in which general relativity is extended by adding a dimension.

Analytic Continuation

  1. Helmut Hasse conjectured that L(E, s) could be extended by analytic continuation to the whole complex plane. (Web site)
  2. In many cases, a Dirichlet series can be extended to an analytic function outside the domain of convergence by analytic continuation. (Web site)
  3. The notion of analytic continuation along an arc can be extended to analytic continuation along a path.


  1. In the twentieth century, Karl Popper championed and extended this same idea in his work on prediction, deduction, testing, and falsification in science.
  2. This idea can be extended to continuous variables, and when such continuous variables are included as factors in the design they are called covariates. (Web site)
  3. The idea can be extended to products of any number of sets. (Web site)


  1. All three countries have humid climates, in which old style gum has a tendency to get messy when days and nights are damp for extended periods of time.
  2. Bukhara was subdued, and the limits of Iran were extended to the greatest that they had been since the days of the Sassanids.
  3. This tour also can be extended by couple of days to include a visit to Rongbuk Monastery and trek around North Face Base Camp of Mt.


  1. The time for filing an opposition shall not be extended beyond 120 days from the date of publication.
  2. R. Civ. P. 59. 04, it tolled or extended the period for filing an appeal until Judge Hess arranged a date at her convenience to hear the petition.
  3. The effort went so well that the mission was extended an additional day to 10 days, making it the longest duration Shuttle flight to that date. (Web site)


  1. Jeff Gordon won his second race of the year after the race was extended to 270 laps due to a green-white-checker finish.
  2. Donald Runnicles has extended his contract as the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's principal guest conductor for one year, through the 2011-12 season.
  3. His successor, William P. DuVal, was not appointed until April 1822, and he left for an extended visit to his home in Kentucky before the end of the year. (Web site)


  1. However, not every real analytic function defined on the whole real line can be extended to a complex function defined on the whole complex plane.
  2. He consolidated political power and extended his empire over practically the whole of north India and parts of the southern India. (Web site)
  3. These thinkers theorized a "immaterial" and "social labour", a notion which extended the marxist concept of labour to the whole of society.


  1. They extended their control over Gaul as far south as the Loire, which at that time formed the northern boundary of the kingdom of the West Goths. (Web site)
  2. Whales are able to control their breathing and heart rate which helps them to stay underwater for extended periods of time. (Web site)
  3. This kingdom was extended even further by Childeric and especially Clovis, who gained control over Roman Gaul, i.e. (Web site)


  1. He introduced order into the militia and public revenues, extended the power of the senate, and yet kept its authority within proper bounds. (Web site)
  2. Agrippa's kingdom of Judaea and the kingdom of Thrace were reabsorbed into the empire, and the authority of the provincial procurators was extended.
  3. The Franks were victorious, ‘Abdul Rahman Al Ghafiqi was killed, and Charles subsequently extended his authority in the south. (Web site)


  1. Finally, at the end of that year it was withdrawn completely between Mitcham and West Croydon, but extended from Scrubs Lane to Willesden Junction. (Web site)
  2. The Proastiakos will be extended to Aigio (180 km (112 mi) west of Athens), and Chalkida by the end of 2007. (Web site)
  3. All motions will be considered submitted at the end of said fourteen (14) day period unless time is extended by the Court. (Web site)

Balboa Park Station

  1. The outbound end of the line was originally at Church and 30th Streets, but it was extended to Balboa Park Station in the early 1990s. (Web site)

Landing Gear

  1. The Piper Arrow was originally fitted with a system that automatically extended the landing gear when certain power and flap settings were selected. (Web site)
  2. Landing gear operating speed means the maximum speed at which the landing gear can be safely extended or retracted.
  3. He misjudged his altitude, and also did not realize that the landing gear hadn't fully extended. (Web site)


  1. Monteverdi was a master of both, producing precisely styled madrigals that extended the forms of Luca Marenzio and Giaches de Wert. (Web site)


  1. In 1370, Timur the Lame, or Tamerlane, decided to make Samarkand the capital of his empire, which extended from India to Turkey.
  2. From their capital at Damascus, the Umayyads ruled an empire that extended from Spain to India.
  3. This attitude of tolerance was extended to all forms of belief that came into India from other parts of the globe including Islam and Christianity. (Web site)


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