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verb

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SYNONYMS

r-colouring
colouring
phonetics
colored
rhotic
vowel
that
modified
results
lowering
frequency
third
formant
vowels
articulated
various
ways
blade
tongue
turned
during
least
acoustic
effect
this
utterance
consisting
which
added
define
colour
quality
imparted
certain
usually
retroflexion
coloured
collins
always
usage
examples
trends
word
level
data
available
ˈɑːˌkʌlərɪŋ
reverso
meaning
also
recording
recurring
phonology
ˌcoloured
letter
pages
activity
village
upper
case
lower
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with
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pictures
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postvocalic
john
wells
phonetic
blog
since
then
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only
been
taken
second
exhibiting
lexicon
indicates
probably
pharyngeal
narrowing
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TRANSLATOR

languages

zh

1,325 millions of speakers

es

550 millions of speakers

en

510 millions of speakers

hi

380 millions of speakers

ar

280 millions of speakers

ru

278 millions of speakers

pt

270 millions of speakers

fr

220 millions of speakers

de

180 millions of speakers

ja

130 millions of speakers

ko

85 millions of speakers

vi

80 millions of speakers

it

65 millions of speakers

pl

50 millions of speakers

uk

40 millions of speakers

ro

30 millions of speakers

el

15 millions of speakers

af

14 millions of speakers

sv

10 millions of speakers

no

5 millions of speakers

TRENDS

0

100

FREQUENCY

Unused

9

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1

Lectures on the Hyperreals: An Introduction to Nonstandard ... An **r-colouring** of any graph is automatically an **r-colouring** of any of its subgraphs
. Now, the assertion "Ci , . . . , Cr is an **r-colouring** of (G, E)n can be expressed by
a formula that we abbreviate as Colour(Ci,...,Cr,G,E). If Ci, . . . , Cr, G, E are all ...

Robert Goldblatt, **1998**

2

A Handbook of Varieties of English: Morphology and syntax According to Wells (1982: 342), rhoticity in the Southwest means **R colouring** of
the preceding vowel. In words of the lexical sets NURSE and lettER, the entire
vowel receives **R colouring**, but for words of the START, NORTH, FORCE, NEAR,
...

Edgar Werner Schneider, Bernd Kortmann, **2004**

3

Topics in Discrete Mathematics: Dedicated to Jarik Nešetril ... An **r-colouring** of a digraph G is a mapping f : V(G) — > Sr such that for each arc (
x,y) of G, d(f(x),f(y)) > 1. We say G is r-colourable if there is an **r-colouring** of G.
The circular chromatic number of a digraph G is defined as Xc(G) = inf{r : G is ...

Martin Klazar, Jan Kratochvil, Martin Loebl, **2007**

4

Brunei English: A New Variety in a Multilingual Society colouring, that is at least three tokens, then only about one quarter (13 out of 53)
of the speakers would be described as rhotic, partly because, as mentioned
above, some speakers have **R-colouring** in 'more' and 'before' but not the other ...

David Deterding, Salbrina Sharbawi, **2013**

5

Combinatorial Set Theory: With a Gentle Introduction to Forcing Let 71 : [00]"+1 —> r be any **r-colouring** of [to]"+1. For each integer a e a) let rra
be the **r-colouring** of [w\ {a}]" defined as follows: na(x) : 71(x U {a}). By induction
hypothesis, for each S' e [60]“ and for each a e S' there is an Has, 6 [S ' \ {a}]“'
such ...

Lorenz J. Halbeisen, **2011**

6

Diagrammatic Representation and Inference: 6th International ... A function c : C → Z is called a C-colouring function and a function c : R → Z is
called an **R-colouring** function. A colouring of d = (C,l) is a vector K = (c1 ,...,c k)
with k ≥ 1, and each ci either a C-colouring function or an **R-colouring** function.

Ashok K Goel, Mateja Jamnik, N Hari Narayanan, **2010**

7

Graph We say that G is strongly r-colourable if for any partition of V(G) into parts V1,...,Vk
, each of size r, G has a **r-colouring** such that every colour class contains exactly
one vertex from each part (and so every part contains exactly one vertex of each
...

Michael Molloy, Bruce Reed, **2002**

8

Handbook of the Geometry of Banach Spaces An **r-colouring** of a set A means a function from A to the set {1,2,...,r}. If a set A has
an **r-colouring** and B ⊂ A, then B is said to be monochromatic if the image of B is
constant. The theorem of Ramsey is the following. THEOREM 1.1. Let k and r ...

William B. Johnson, J. Lindenstrauss, **2003**

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Algebraic Number Theory and Diophantine Analysis: ... A given Diophantine equation is said to be r-regular if for any **r-colouring** of Z,
there is a monochromatic solution of that equation. The Diophantine equation is
said to be regular if it is r-regular for each r E Z+. Hence, yet another way of
stating ...

F. Halter-Koch, Robert F. Tichy, **2000**

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Graph-Theoretic Concepts in Computer Science: 37th ... REFERENCE

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