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(feature/part) integral(feature/part) esencialan integral whole — un todo integral- to be integral to sth — ser esencial a algo
- He said: ‘This is integral to us bringing the jobs we have promised so of course we want to see it go ahead.’
- He says one of those ‘bite your thumb’ lines so integral to the whole adolescent love story.
- They seem to be thrown in as an afterthought, rather than as an integral portion of the story.
- He has the speed, patience and quick burst necessary to make the cutback runs that are integral to the offense.
- Records are an integral requirement for organic certification.
- A telecoms worker, for example, is both productive in providing a vital service and is also integral to the handling of information.
- The branches are not just appendages; they are integral to the whole.
- Musically, it often has a really boring part but that part is integral to the chord structure.
- In 1989 John Williamson asked Pixie to back him in his live shows, and for the next five years, Pixie became an integral part of John's live performances and recordings.
- Since 1921 artistic, photographic and written records have formed an integral part of the Air Force's heritage.
- ‘I recognise that church and community halls are integral to community life and provide a social hub in a great many rural and urban areas,’ said Mr Howells.
- Thus, they serve more as an accompaniment rather than an integral part of the book.
- Reputations aside, looking the part has certainly been integral to this almost episodic drama, at least as it's unfolded in the media.
- Its core principle is that the teacher is integral not separate from his or her teaching, making the experience holistic.
- Producer John Simon was an integral part of the Band's classic recordings.
- Logistic companies now form an integral part of the supply chain of any efficient business.
- He was integral to the whole process and I'll probably vote for him in the final round of voting.
- It is also rooted in a people's culture, and integral to their structure of thought.
- Limousines, luxurious hotels, fancy restaurants and trips to the recording studio are all an integral part of a popstar's life.
- An integral part of any call center is its recording system: it is used for training agents, ensuring quality across a campaign, legal compliance and more.
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(keyboard/memory/microphone) incorporado- Formerly a hotel, it has six en-suite bedrooms, four other bedrooms, an integral garage and, unusually, a recording studio.
- The integral power supply may be backed up by an external 24-volt DC supply, ensuring continuity of programming and easy mobile use.
- This results in a heavier, stronger frame and also allows the use of an integral scope mounting system on the frame rather than the barrel.
- As a result, many major manufacturers are equipping their firearms with integral locking devices or including trigger locks with every firearm.
- Set over three floors, including an integral garage, this newly built three-bedroom house is in Kemp Town, close to all of Brighton's action.
- First, since they're luxury seats, they have a lot of integral features including power lumbar control, seatheaters, and side impact airbags.
- Included is an integral belt, skid-plate chest covering, face/rifle scope veil and elbow/knee pads.
- This then forms the cover, which includes both an integral hinge and a tear seam.
- Outside, the property includes a double integral garage, a paddock, extensive lawns and a vegetable garden.
- Scope rings to fit the integral receiver grooves are included with each T3.
- Heat pump water heaters can be purchased as integral units with built in water storage tanks or as add-ons that can be retrofitted to an existing water heater tank.
- A future mission should treat a Mars lander as an integral part of the whole spacecraft rather than one of its instruments, the report said.
- The best option is either a pressurised system or a power shower, which is a mixer shower with an integral pump.
- I have a humongous bay window of gigantic proportions and my new curtains, once made up, will have cost me the slim sum of only £20 which includes integral linings.
- The unit has an integral vacuum system that incorporates a turbomolecular pump as well as a backing scroll pump.
- The barrel length is 19.8 inches including the well-designed integral muzzle brake.
- It also includes an integral altitude warning system to avoid deviations.
- Exclusive detailing includes integral roof rails, a rear screen that opens independently of the tailgate.
- The same has been known to happen with the small keys that operate gun locks, whether they are separate or integral.
- Of the various firearms which include an integral lock, I know of none as neat and unobtrusive.
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2.1Mathematics
(pertaining to integers)(number) entero- Another analysis topic he studied was non-linear integral equations.
- Other topics he worked on include algebraic geometry, number theory and integral equations.
- He developed the relation between the algebra of matrices and integral equations as well as studying boundary value problems.
- He was particularly interested in the courses in complex variable, integral equations and differential equations.
- Under his guidance she worked on integral equations studying infinite dimensional linear spaces.
2.2Mathematics
(pertaining to integration)(calculus/equation) integral- While he was doing this wide range of work he was also proving some of his deepest results in the study of integral functions.
- Some of them are about the theory of equations, others about integral functions.
- He received his doctorate for a thesis entitled 'Contributions to the theory of integral functions of finite order' in 1929.
- Barnes next turned his attention to the theory of integral functions, where, in a series of papers, he investigated their asymptotic structure.
- To do this we make adjustments in the integral functions.
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integral feminine
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