Sum. See §9.6. Secured Indebtedness. All Indebtedness of any Person that is secured by a Lien on any asset of such Person. Single Asset Entity. A Person (other than an individual) that (a) only owns a single Real Estate asset; (b) is engaged only in the business of owning, developing and/or leasing such Real Estate asset; and (c) receives substantially all of its gross revenues from such Real Estate asset. In addition, if the assets of a Person consist solely of (i) equity interests in one other Single Asset Entity and (ii) cash and other assets of nominal value incidental to such Person’s ownership of the other Single Asset Entity, such Person shall also be deemed to be a Single Asset Entity.
Sum túg ùr; NSGU I, 108, cf. 79; H. Petschow, in art. ‘Gewand’, RlA III (1957) 321b. of the marriage.26 In the Old Babylonian period and later we find various refer- ences to ‘cutting through the hem’ (sissikta batāqu), a ceremonial act performed appropriately in public. In one case the original witnesses to the marriage were present for the occasion.27 It was the man who made the cut and one assumes in general that in so doing he renounced any claim he had on the woman.28 Koschaker sees here a change of status, though this is unlikely.29 Westbrook thinks that in the Old Babylonian texts this act was performed only in special circumstances, in particular when the man was allowed to retain the dowry. He reached this conclusion because he wanted to distinguish between the declara- tion ‘You are not my wife/husband’, the verba solemnia, and the act of cutting.30 The handbooks containing legal formulas concerning marriage do not mention the verba solemnia. All we find is, He began to hate her; he has cut off her hem; he has weighed out the divorce money; and he has tied it up in her lap; he has made her leave the house.31 The magical rite intended to ‘divorce’ a patient from a disease described at the end of Chapter 2 imitates this procedure for a divorce. This brings us to the divorce money (uzubbû), a noun occurring in Sumerian and Akkadian texts derived from the verb ‘to leave’ (ezēbu). This was the most important compensation for the woman and the amount was determined accord- ing to the contract. Occasionally alimony was mentioned.32 The man had to pay divorce money if he had said ‘You are not my wife’ without good reason. The amount to be paid is of significance. Two or three times in the Ur III period we see one mina of silver (sixty shekels) mentioned, but one text has forty shekels and another ten shekels.33 The laws of Ur-Nammu from that period fix an amount of ‘sixty shekels if a man is leaving his first-ranking wife; thirty shekels if he is leaving a widow’ (§ 9–10). In a lawsuit one ‘deserted’ woman who demanded
Sum. The Sum module is responsible of accumulating the partial results. The floating point adder that accumulates the results needs 13 clock cycles in order to produce the result, but is fully pipelined. The feedback is done by using a 13 slot buffer. This means that the first result is reported 13 clock cycles after the inputs are inserted in the adder. In order to produce the correct result from hardware one value for each of the p(x,y), p(x) and p(y), should be streamed every 13 clock cycles, which would make the implementation very slow, exactly 13 times slower. In order to avoid this drawback data are streamed every clock cycle and are accumulated and stored in the buffer. Basically the first slot of the buffer contains the results for the 1st+14th+27th and so on iterations, the second the accumulation of the 2nd +15th+28th and so on iterations. This applies in all the 13 slots of the feedback buffer. At the end of the calculation the last 13 results are streamed to the CPU where they are accumulated in order to produce the correct results. Finally the Sum of the partial results of the two cores is done on software as mentioned above. Basically 26 partial results, 13 from each core, are accumulated to produce the final MI.
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Sum theol. 1-2, q. 17, a. 1. » Cf. Sum. theol. 1, q. 15; q. 116, a. 1. S1 Cf. Concepito analogica divinarum personarum, p. 214. things are, and are related, precisely as the intelligent First Cause would have them to be. Among the relations of things are relations of efficient dependence. Such are the relations of natural effects to natural causes: both the existence and the nature of the kitten are really de pendent on the parent cats. In such causality the First Cause does not act immediatione suppositi in producing the kitten; it acts through the nature of the existing cats. For this mediate divine causality there is a finite analogue in any proper causal series: as the typewriter is used by the man according to its nature, so all things are instruments of God. But there is a further type of mediate divine causality for which there is no such clear analogue; for precisely because God is the cause of the nature of things, He is not restricted to the medium of natura. He can operate through the medium of words and signs, and in such a case the nature of what is produced is really dependent, not on the nature, the natura physica, of the sign or words, but on their occurrence and their signification. Now many readers may well agree that God can thus make both the nature and the existence of grace depend on a sign, yet they may equally well remain dubious as to what advance this is beyond the common agreement of theologians. After all, they may say, we have not dealt adequately with the causality of the sign: the sign plays no real role, does nothing, has no proper effect. Such objections will, it is hoped, find an answer in the second half of the original thesis, which states that the real relation of dependence is the necessary and sufficient condition for the truth of the traditional thesis, sacramenta causant significando. This statement is equivalent to the more general assertion that the metaphysical condition for the truth of the proposition that A causes Β is the reality of a relation of dependence ut a quo in Β with respect to A.23 On another view, however, the required condition necessarily includes a causally efficient influence proceeding from A to