### Table 1: Generalized quanti er operators expressed in terms of the quanti er operator b 1.

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### Table II The solutions of the ow equations for the coupling functions F (k)(l; m), with jM(m)j = 1 and k 4. As in table I, only functions which are not related by symmetry are listed. For general expressions, cf. Eqs. (32) and (36-38).

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### Table I - Thickness reduction of structural components by general corrosion (All thickness values shown are expressed in millimetres)

### Table 2: Lattice size with n assumptions in an m-valued logic. go on to describe the way in which such a general expression has been reached, by calculating the number of environments which appear in each one of the levels of the lattice starting from the bottom. Nevertheless, before that, we should point out that it will have to omit, for obvious 8

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### Table I The solutions of the ow equations for the coupling functions F (k)(l; m), with M(m) = 0 and k 5, and the corresponding coupling coe cients C(k)(m). Additional nonzero coupling functions can be obtained from the symmetry relations, Eqs. (10). For a general expression for the C(k)(m), cf. Eqs. (34) and (39).

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### TABLE 2 General toxicological classes and corresponding treatments classified in this study using gene expression profiles from cDNA microarrays

### Table 2: Derivative Approximations. An important aspect to be considered is the validity of the asymptotic expression for the bias of the parameter estimate. In general, the bias may be expressed in series expansion with respect the sampling period h as: B(h) = C1h + C2h2 + C3h3 + O(h4) (9:2) with the coe cients Ci depending on both the process parameters and the deriva- tive approximation. When h tends to zero, the asymptotic expression can be considered:

### Table 3 Results for general questions.

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### Table 3: Recent history in the case study regions, expressed in terms of the generalized variables LA (activity in agriculture and collection), LW (wage labor) and QR (quality of the resource affected by LA). For Ban Taohai the information is not sufficient to uniquely specify QR (see [23] for details).

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"... In PAGE 13: ... We also can state that it is the agricultural activity in the region which is damag- ing to the natural resources. Similar kind of arguments can be performed for the other case studies to end up with a specification of the recent histories in the study regions according to Table3 . For LA a fur- ther specification is provided concerning its actual level with respect to its possible damage ... In PAGE 18: ...18 have to check whether the recent histories in the regions as specified in terms of the main qualitative variables ( Table3 ) can be found in the set of possible solutions. The result of this check is depicted by the labels in Figure 5 carrying the names of the study regions.... ..."

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### Table 1: concept forming operators The syntax of the language restricts the way concept forming operators can be used in Grail statements. The which and whichG statements are the only general mechanism for forming concept expressions. Apart from their 2

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