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### Table 11: Example of WeakRule: it is referred to the collocation state court. It has to be noted that these rules are completely coherent with the senses assigned to the examples containing state court in both corpora, and therefore, the contradiction comes from the di erent information that characterize examples of both corpora. 28

### Table 7: Example of WeakRule: it is referred to the collocation state court. It has to be noted that these rules are completely coherent with the senses assigned to the examples containing state court in both corpora, and therefore, the contradiction comes from the di erent information that characterize examples of both corpora. 15

### TABLE 1. Characteristics useful in differentiating C. auriscanis from some other nonlipophilic Corynebacterium speciesa

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### Table 9: The axiomatization of 4(:; ^b b ). 4(:; ^b ) : The system of the strongly sequential - not necessarily extended classical - functions. 4(:; +; ^b ; ^b b ) : The system of the weakly sequential - not necessarily extended classical - functions. 4(:; ^b ; ^) : The system of the parallel - not necessarily extended classical - functions. References

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### Table notes: 1. In an optical spectrum of 5 hours exposure (Grupe et al., in preparation), weak [OIII] 5007 is visible. 2. Quantities referring to FeII are upper limits. 3. [OIII] is not in the observed wavelength range. 4. H and [OIII] are not in the observed wavelength range. 5. [OIII] measurements are based on the [OIII] 4959 line.

### Table 1. Number of underdiagonal and weakly underdiagonal walks for a = 1;b = 2;c = 1

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### Table 2 compares variants of the complementation algorithm ranging from the ba- sic procedure presented in [12] (base) to the procedure that implements all the im- provements described in this paper (all). Table 3 defines all variants in terms for their features, and Table 4 summarizes each feature used to define the methods and refers to the section of this paper that discusses it. The first column of Table 2 designates the algorithm variant. Columns weak and timeout weak report the number of automata from those with one accepting set that were found to be weak and how many of those timed out. Columns strong and timeout strong do the same for the automata that were not weak. The next column gives the total CPU time in seconds. Columns 7 and 8 give the average number of states and transitions in a2

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