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763 778 Brewer, G. and Riley, C. (2009): Height, relationship satisfaction, jealousy and mate retention. Evolutionary Psychology , 7, 477

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pp. MR 2002b :05037 Chassaing, P., Marckert, J.-F. and Yor, M. , The height and width of simple trees, Mathematics and Computer Science (Versailles, 2000) , 17–30, Trends Math

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Authors: Jean-Louis Arcand and Matthias Rieger

. J. L. Smith 2006 Height in women predicts maternal tendencies and career orientation Personality and Individual Differences 40 1

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99 103 Pucaric, A. 1974: Changes in some properties of the plants and in yield of maize hybrids in relation to density of stand. IV. Height to the tassel and to the ear

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Iqbal., M., A. Khurshid, M.A. Chowdhry, M. Iqbal., K. Aslam., 1991. Genetic Analysis of Plant Height and Traits Above Flag Leaf Node in Bread Wheat. Sarhad J Agric 7:131–134. Aslam K

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We investigate the values of the Remak height, which is a weighted product of the conjugates of an algebraic number. We prove that the ratio of logarithms of the Remak height and of the Mahler measure for units αof degree d is everywhere dense in the maximal interval [d/2(d-1),1] allowed for this ratio. To do this, a “large” set of totally positive Pisot units is constructed. We also give a lower bound on the Remak height for non-cyclotomic algebraic numbers in terms of their degrees. In passing, we prove some results about some algebraic numbers which are a product of two conjugates of a reciprocal algebraic number.

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Authors: E. Bakhshandeh, A. Soltani, E. Zeinali and M. Kallate-Arabi

.M., Baltensperger, D., Moreno-Sevilla, B. 1995. Plant height response of semi-dwarf and nonsemi-dwarf wheat to the environment. Crop Sci. 35 :447–451. Moreno-Sevilla B. Plant height response of

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Géodesique 18 Feil L, Rožić N 2000: Proposal for the official height datum of the Republic of Croatia (in Croatian). Faculty of1 Geodesy

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Tense? (Re)lax!

A new formalisation for a controversial contrast

Author: Markus A. Pöchtrager

1 Introduction The representation of vowel height, as Pulleyblank (2011) points out, is not trivial: in a five-vowel system (say, Greek), i would typically be categorised as high, e as mid, a as low. A seven-vowel system (Brazilian

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Authors: P. Navard and J. M. Haudin

A description of phase transitions as recorded by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) is given. A new numberN is defined asN=h′/h, whereh is the height of a transition peak for a mass of samplem and a heating rate †p andh′ is the height of the same peak for a mass2m or a heating rate2† p.N is theoretically derived in the case of isothermal and nonisothermal first order phase transitions and of a second order phase transition. The equivalence of mass and heating rate is proved. An example of the possible use ofN is given.

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