DEF Sample Clauses

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DEF. Both parties to a contract are mistaken about some important fact (mutual mistake).
DEF. 12 guarantees that there is (at most) one root component Rr in every Gr, r > 0. Since we have infinitely many graphs in (Gr)r>0 but only finitely many processes, there is at least one process p in Rr for infinitely many r. Let r1, r2, . . . be this sequence of rounds. Moreover, let P0 = {p}, and define for each i > 0 the set Pi = Pi−1 ∪ {q : ∃q′ ∈ Pi−1 : q′ ∈ N ri }. Using induction, we will show that |Pk| “ min{n, k + 1} for k “ 0. Consequently, by the end of round rn−1 at latest, p will have causally influenced all processes in Π. Induction base k = 0: |P0| “ min{n, 1} = 1 follows immediately from P0 = {p}. Induction step k → k + 1, k “ 0: First assume that already |Pk| = n “ min{n, k + 1}; since |Pk+1| “ |Pk| = n “ min{n, k + 1}, we are done. Otherwise, consider round rk+1 and |Pk| < n: Since p is in Rrk+1 , there is a path from p to any process q, in particular, to any process q in Π \ Pk ∅. Let (v → w) be an edge on such a path, such that v ∈ Pk and
DEF students-NOM where 3-studying-MA.PL ‘The students where are (they) studying?’ (Plunkett, 1993, 243) Moutaouakil, 1989, 28), (8).
DEF an error on the part of one of the parties to the contract.
DEF in.sec 1.01(a)..............def.in.sec.a 2..................purch.sale.art 2.01...............purch.sale.sec 2.02..................purch.price 2.03......................closing 2.03....................closing.a 2.03(a).................closing.b 2.03(c).................closing.c 2.04............closing.bal.sheet 2.04(a).......closing.bal.sheet.a 2.04(b).......closing.bal.sheet.b 2.04(c).......closing.bal.sheet.c 2.04(d).......closing.bal.sheet.d 2.05.......................adj.pp 2.05(a)..................adj.pp.a 2.05(b)..................adj.pp.b 2.06.......................all.pp

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