L Anita higman, 4, 1. Lights, Camera, Action! 2, Anita higman, 4.2, 1. Looking at Ankylosaurus,Mike Brown, 5.9, 1. Looking at Apatosaurus/Bronto, s graham Coleman, 5.7, 1. http://www.cobbk12.org/~baker/ar/titles/L.htm
Extractions: Reading Point Book Title Author Level Value Labor Day (Holiday Histories) Mir Tamim Ansary Lakes (Geography Starts) Owen/Ashwell Land of Hope Joan Lowery Nixon The Landry News Andrew Clements Landsailing Scott Hays Larry and the Cookie Becky McDaniel Lassie Come-Home Rosemary Wells Lassie Come-Home Eric Knight The Last Battle C.S. Lewis The Last of the Mohicans (Great Cooper/Warren The Last Puppy Frank Asch Laura Charlotte Kathryn Galbraith Lazy Lions, Lucky Lambs Patricia Reilly Gi The Leaf Men William Joyce Leah's Pony Elizabeth Friedric Learning Martial Arts Steve Potts Leftover Lily Sally Warner The Legend of Luke Brian Jacques The Legend of Red Horse Cavern Gary Paulsen Legend of Scarface Robert D. San Souc The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Irving/Kelly The Legend of the Bluebonnet Tomie DePaola The Legend of the Emerald Lady Carolyn Keene The Legend of the Indian Paintb r Tomie DePaola The Legend of the Lost Gold Carolyn Keene The Legend of the Poinsettia Tomie DePaola The Lemming Condition Alan Arkin Lemurs (Nature's Children) Lorien Kite Leo the Late Bloomer Robert Kraus Leo the Magnificat Ann M. Martin
Magdalen > Who's Here > The Fellows EMERITUS FELLOWS. Lloyd, Brian Beynon, CBE, MA, D.Sc. Treitel, Guenter Heinz, MA,DCL, FBA, QC higman, graham, MA, D.Phil., FRS Stoye, John Walter, MA, D.Phil. http://www.magd.ox.ac.uk/whos_here/the_fellows.shtml
EK Harness Raymond (Dad), Karen Low. Harper graham (Knocker loved always), MrsB Harper. Hicks John, Mrs S Hicks. higman Alice, Maggie, George, Steve Vicky. http://www.westonhospicecare.org.uk/e-k1.htm
Extractions: check the "Other Entries" section. E Ede Jack (Missing You) Edwards Colin Raymond Mrs Maureen Edwards Edwards Edith (Mum) Edwards Frank (Dad) Edwards Lilian Alice Mrs Sylvia Watts Edwards Matthew (Teddy) Edwards Michael Gone but not from our hearts Mr W Partlett Edwards Mike (Brother) Edwards Mr Ted From your loving wife Eileen Edwards Sydney Charles Ehrlick Mr Hans (My dar Husband) Mrs Edna Ehrlick Eley Steven Eley Elkins Miss Doris Mrs Margaret Vernon Elliott Ron (Beloved Husband and Dad) Mrs Annette Bowles Ellis Lena Joan (Beloved Mother) Mrs McAteer Ellis Sidney Bernard (Beloved Father) Mrs McAteer Elvey Baby Ben Mr C Elvey Emery Edward Arthur Emery John Edwin Enness Michaela (Always in our thoughts) Mrs J Atance Evans Eileen Loraine May Evans George Sarah Clarke Evans Kenneth Evans Meg (Granny) Evans Meg (Loving Gran) Evans Riche Sheelagh Marwood Evans Tony Mrs Adeline Evans F Fallon John (A dear Husband) Phyllis Fallon Farrow Basil Billing Farrow James S C Ovenden Farrow Stuart S C Ovenden Faulkner Elaine Cynthia Lineham Fear Mrs Ann (Mum) Ann Waddington Feltwell Sheila Ann Mr Carpenter Feltwell Sheila Ann Noel E Feltwell Ferguson Peggy Ferrie Marjory (Beloved Nana) Conor Thompson Ferrie Marjory (Dear Mother)
Content His son lived in Concord, Massachussetts.). graham. Origin of the Name Origin ofthe Name First Known Mary (born around 1680). higman. Origin of the Name http://www.adupree.com/graphictree/content.htm
Extractions: Peter (born 1740, Hern of Cashlea, Scotland). I discovered recently that the Hern of Cashlea is a farm on the road between Drymen and Buchanan, Scotland. The area is not remote at all todaybasically suburbs of Glasgow. I doubt that it was too isolated even in 1740. Given the immense amount of published literatures and genealogies on the Buchanan name, it should be easy to find out more about Peter, his life and ancestors....should be. Origin of the Name:
Extractions: Results World Champions Cowdenbeath Chris Burgoyne Northampton Daz Kitson Kings Lynn Daz Kitson Buxton Rob Speak Swindon Rob Speak Cowdenbeath Rob Speak Northampton Rob Speak Ringwood Rob Speak Taunton Rob Speak Crewe Ian King Skegness Rob Speak Bristol Rob Speak Cowdenbeath Allister King Newton Abbot Jimmy Wallace Taunton Jimmy Wallace Skegness Dave Luscombe Hartlepool Gary Hooper Bristol Malcom Locke Newtongrange Malcom Locke Newton Abbot Dave Bunt Taunton Bill Batten Northampton Bill Batten Hartlepool Dave Bunt Newton Abbot Dave Brown Bristol Jeremy Deeble Taunton Bill Batten St. Austell Colin Higman Bristol Colin Higman Wembley Dave Brown Bristol Tom Pritcher St. Austell 410 N.I Jimmy Murray Brafield Dave Brown Harringay Dave Chisholm Brafield Ron Innocent Rayliegh Tom Pritcher Swindon Any Webb Brafield Steve Bateman Swindon Johnny Marquand Swindon Brian Gaskin Swindon Roy Goodman European Champions Northampton Toon Schutt Northampton Daz Kitson Northampton Graham Bunter Northampton Lee Guinchard Northampton Steve Green Northampton Willie Peeters Kings Lynn Rob Speak Northampton Peter Gilbert Bristol Rob Speak Taunton Mick Sworder Northampton John Thompson Nutts Corner Colin Higman Nutts Corner Bill Ballen Skegness Dave Luscombe Portadown 96 NI Errol McGill Newton Abbot Mike James Skegness Johnathon Milicevic
Grahams' Friends Howard higman 19151995, Howard higman, the agile-minded academic impresario whoseannual World Affairs conferences at the University of Colorado attracted a http://www.sean-graham.com/friends/
Extractions: This is a serious chunk of wood. In the photo's there is 1 cup of chocolate chips sitting on it for a sense of scale (and for use in ice cream). The marketing sheet sitting on it is an 8 1/2 by 11 sheet of paper. I have no clue where I'm gonna keep this thing, but it's damn cool. Since I don't picture that I'll have any use for the orbital insertion of a few kg of wood I think I'm going to have a significant food preparation surface for quite a few years.
Alguns Dos Problemas Principais Na área Translate this page Em apoio a esta conjectura sabia-se que em 1940, graham higman 34 tinha demonstradoque ela é verdadeira no caso dos grupos abelianos finitos e também no http://www.ime.usp.br/~polcino/aneis_grupo/node3.html
Some Of The Main Problems In The Area The first positive results on this conjecture were obtained in 1940 by graham higman34 who proved it for finite abelian groups and for hamiltonian groups. http://www.ime.usp.br/~polcino/group_rings/node3.html
Research Summary a common psubgroup, we can glue them into a finite p-group; the conditions to decideexactly when it is possible to do so were obtained by graham higman in 1 http://www.math.umt.edu/~magidin/applic/ressum.html
Extractions: This document describes my past research. For information on my research plans for the ocming year, please see my Research Plan . It also provides relevant definitions and references to prior work by other authors, to place my own in context. I will begin with a brief overview of the problem, and will go into some of the explicit results I have proven later in this document. Overview A typical situation in mathematics is that of gluing objects. If we have two topological spaces, and we identify a subspace of each, we want to glue both spaces along the subspace. If we have two schemes and we have a distinguished subscheme of both, we would like to obtain a new scheme which contains both our initial schemes, in such a way that their intersection be the distinguished subscheme. If we take two differentiable manifolds with isomorphic boundary, we want to glue them along the boundaries to get a new manifold. If we have two rings which have a subring in common, we want to find a ring which contains both subrings, and where their intersection at least contains the original subring. And so on. In many areas of mathematics, these problems have well-known solutions: with topological spaces, we can take the amalgamated union; with commutative rings
Embedding Group Amalgams (See Amalgams of pgroups, graham higman, J. Algebra 1 (1964), 301-305).Unfortunately, CIM conditions have severe limitations. http://www.math.umt.edu/~magidin/research/embedding.html
Extractions: Say we have an amalgam of groups G and K over core H , and that G and K belong to some specified class of groups, such as all finite groups, solvable groups, simple groups, etc. It makes sense to ask whether we can find a group M into which to embedd the amalgam (at least weakly), with M also belonging to that same class. For the class of abelian groups, or even of abelian groups of a given exponent, the result is easy and was well known. If the class is all finite groups, then Schreier also proved that an amalgam of finite groups can always be strongly embedded into a finite group. For other classes, though the situation is not nearly so good. Thus, for example, not every amalgam of solvable groups can be embedded (even weakly) into a solvable group. Not every amalgam of finite p -groups can be embedded into a finite p group, etc. In these classes, what we want is to give conditions which are both necessary and sufficient to guarantee that the amalgam is weakly and/or strongly embeddable in that class. The types of conditions that have traditionally been obtained fall roughly into four classes, which I now describe:
MANIFOLD-10: Authors They are both reseaching under the supervision of graham higman at Oxford.Chris is attached to Christchurch College, next to the famous meadow. http://www.jaworski.co.uk/m10/10_authors.html
L. Scott - Collaborations 53, in a tenyear collaboration produced unprecedented progress in understandingthe famous finite group ring isomorphism problem (graham higman, Oxford thesis http://www.math.virginia.edu/~lls2l/collaborations.htm
Extractions: Michael Aschbacher, Professor of Mathematics, California Institute of Technology (NAS) George Avrunin, Professor of Mathematics, University of Massachusetts Edward Cline, Professor of Mathematics, University of Oklahoma Charles Curtis, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, University of Oregon Jie Du, Senior Lecturer in Mathematics, University of New South Wales, Sydney Vlastimil Dlab, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Carleton University, Ottawa (FRSC) Charles Dunkl, Professor of Mathematics, The University of Virginia Walter Feit, Professor of Mathematics, Yale University (NAS) Wilburd van der Kallen, Department of Mathematics, University of Utrecht David Goldschmidt, Director of the Center for Communications Research, Princeton,
Droz - Bibliotheque D'Humanisme Et Renaissance Translate this page graham, VE, The 1564 Entry of Charles IX into Troyes, XLVIII, 1986, p higman,F., Dates-clés de la Réforme française le Sommaire de Guillaume Farel et http://www.droz.org/biblio/bhrgo.html
Extractions: G - GABE, D., Denys Lambin's own Copy of Longinus' "Peri Hupsous", LIII, 1991, p. 743 - GADOFFRE, G., Structure des mythes de Du Bellay, XXXVI, 1974, p. 273 - GALAND, P., L'"Enargia" chez Politien, XLIX, 1987, p. 25 - GARIN, E., Erasmo e l'umanesimo italiano, XXXIII, 1971, p. 7 - GAUNA, S.M., De genio Pantagruelis: An Examination of Rabelaisian Demonology, , XXXIII, 1971, p. 557 - GETHNER, P., Good an Evil Heroes in the Tragic Theatre of Antoine de Montchrestien , XL, 1978, p. 575 - GIACONE, F., Gli Essais di Montaigne e la censura calvinista, XLVIII, 1986, p. 671 - GIESEY, R.E., The Monarchomach Triumvirs: Hotman, Beza and Mornay. , XXXII, 1970, p. 41 - GILLI, P., Coluccio Salutati, chancelier de Florence, et la France, LV, 1993, p. 479 - GODIN, A., Erasme biographe patristique: Hieronymi Stridonensis Vita , L, 1988, p. 691 - GORDON, M.D., Jean Bodin and the English Ship of State , XXXV, 1973, p. 323 - GORNI, G., Dalla famiglia alla corte: itinerari e allegorie nell'opera di L.B. Alberti , XLIII, 1981, p. 241 - GRAHAM, V.E., The 1564 Entry of Charles IX into Troyes, XLVIII, 1986, p. 105
Higman Texas Twisters Anita higman. Existentially Closed Groups (London MathematicalSociety Monographs, New Series, No 3) graham higman, Elizabeth Scott. http://www.atrium.com/People/Higman/
Full Alphabetical Index Translate this page Caroline (1760*) Herschel, John (2821*) Herstein, Yitz (295*) Hesse, Otto (165*)Heuraet, Hendrik van (170) Heyting, Arend (62*) higman, graham (751*) Hilbert http://www.maththinking.com/boat/mathematicians.html
Bibliography - Residually Finite Groups Press, Princeton, NJ, 1987, pp. 379396 Higm51a graham higman, A finitelygenerated group with an isomorphic proper factor group, J. London Math. http://www.math.umbc.edu/~campbell/CombGpThy/RF_Thesis/Bibliography.html
Extractions: Bibliography Herbert Abels, An example of a finitely presented solvable group S. I. Adian, On algorithmic problems in effectively complete classes of groups (Russian), Doklady Akad. Nauk SSSR, 123 (1958), pp. 13-16 R. B. J. T. Allenby, On the residual finiteness of permutation products of groups , J. Austral. Math. Soc., 11 (1970), pp. 504-506 R. B. J. T. Allenby, The Residual Finiteness of a class of 1-relator groups , Glasgow Math. J. , 29 (1987), pp. 267-269 R. B. J. T. Allenby and Robert J. Gregorac, Generalized free products which are free products of locally extended residually finite groups , Math. Z., 120 (1971), pp. 323-325 R. B. J. T. Allenby and Robert J. Gregorac, Residual properties of nilpotent and supersolvable groups , J. Algebra, 23 (1972), pp. 565-573 R. B. J. T. Allenby and Robert J. Gregorac, On locally extended residually finite groups R. B. J. T. Allenby, L. E. Moser, and C. Y. Tang, The residual finiteness of certain one-relator groups , Proc. Amer. Math. Soc., 78 (1980), pp. 8-10
Ruby From FOLDOC Email graham@cs.chalmers.se . (1994-10-27). 2. One of five pedagogicallanguages based on Markov algorithms, used in higman's report (below). http://wombat.doc.ic.ac.uk/foldoc/foldoc.cgi?Ruby
Accelerated Reader List For North Layton Jr. High Constance Greene, Constance Greene, graham Greene, graham Greene, graham Greene,Janice James Hersey, John Hesse, Hermann Heyerdahl, Thor higman, Anita higman http://www.davis.k12.ut.us/nljh/books.htm
Australian Association Of Caribbean Studies top of page. Barry higman. Australian National University. Domestic Service inJamaica Continuity and Change . top of page. graham EL Holton. La Trobe University. http://www.uow.edu.au/arts/icd/aacs/conference/abstracts_2003.html
Extractions: University of Wollongong, 13 th th February 2003 ABSTRACTS Briceno, Maria Cabrera, Marta Clarke, Maxine Coleman, Deirdre ... Thomas, Sue Wyndam, Marivic University of Wollongong "Olga de Amaral, female artist, (b. Bogatá, Colombia; lives in Cundinamarca state, 1932 -)" "The loom is a map of the human being and the world a perspective of the universe. The four sides of the vertical frame are the cardinal points and the action of the waves are energy alive with a cyclical movement ." Artist statement, Olga de Amaral, 2001, Zona Ediciones, Bogota, Colombia. [This statement is closely related to the Kogui mythology (northern indigenous group in Colombia)] Although de Amaral, well known nationally for her architectonic textiles, was educated at Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, 1954-55, she then re-established her practice in Columbia in an effort to re-connect with her cultural identity. This has been especially evident in her use of fine layers of gold in her weavings. She uses gold as a symbol to make reference to the indigenous worship of the Sun God and the sun as a symbol of immortality, heat and warmth in Colombia. De Amaral grew up with a family that lived in various different mining towns in rural Cundinamarca.
Oldham Corporate Cup : 15 September 2002 graham Howell 2012, Paula Lawson 2640, Alan Wright 1846, Nigel White 2314. EmmaBeck 2222, Craig Lee 2204, Claire Banson 2959, Ashley higman 2036. http://www.joelee.co.uk/2002/oldham/oldcc02.html
Extractions: back to results index div 2 Three Men and a Lady : Hattersley Newman Hender Sue Waterson 20:50 Bob Walmsley 18:11 Frank Guinness 19:56 Stephen Leach 22:59 div 1 Swindells By Name Swindle By Nature : Fujitsu Services Paul Swindells 20:10 Sara Bott 25:22 Paul Gee 24:06 Chris Heys 17:25 div 2 The Fast Team : Greggs The Bakers Peter Smith 22:27 Norman Jones 19:40 Wayne Walsh 21:06 Julie Gill 23:55 div 3 Off The Rails : Hattons Model Railways Kieth Hatton 17:15 Phil Hennessey 17:19 Peter Warburton 19:22 Laura Smith 33:32 div 3 A Class Act : Holly Lodge School Graham Howell 20:12 Paula Lawson 26:40 Alan Wright 18:46 Nigel White 23:14 div 1 Hyder Stryders 1 : Hyder Consulting Emma Beck 22:22 Craig Lee 22:04 Claire Banson 29:59 Ashley Higman 20:36 div 1 Feet of Four : White Young Green Terry Spooner 24:10 Robbie McDonough 23:30 Simon Smith 23:00 Michelle Tatton 25:00 div 2 Gateacre C C School : Gateacre C C Graham Corns 27:52 Nigel Marshall 17:21 Karen Mayne 25:40 Gordon Jones 27:30 div 1 Jaguar Joggers : Jaguar Cars Ltd Sean Quinnan 23:13 Andy Bevington 23:58 Chris Buck 23:30 Susan Patterson 28:36 div 1 Christines Crackers : Mouchel Christine Honnor 30:18 Alex Renton 32:09 Stuart Fraser 17:57 Patrick Swainson 19:19 div 2 Elusivericks : Status John Tynan 26:10 Ian Cochrane 20:00 Richard Morris 25:25 Wendy Bird 30:33 div 1 Chariots of Dire : White Young Green Lee Brooks 22:04 Charlie Stabler 23:30 Kev Hailwood 23:04 N Lark 35:55 div 2 Profile Plodders : Status Duncan Harrison 24:22 Joe Leedham 25:18