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... According to DeVos, Nesetril, and Raspaud, "A cycle of a graph G is a set C E(G) so that every vertex of the graph (V(G),C) has even degree ... we define a map φ E(G) —> E(H) to be cycle-continuous if the pre-image of every cycle of H is a cycle of G ... that every bridgeless graph has a cycle-continuous mapping to the Petersen graph ...
... List of B roads in Zone 4 Transport in Bridgend county borough Road M4 motorway European route E30 A48 road A473 road A4061 road A4063 road Bus First Cymru Veolia Transport ...
... Preceding station National Rail Following station Eskbank First ScotRail Newcraighall Railway stations in Edinburgh Commuter lines █ North Clyde Line • █ Crossrail • █ Dunblane • █ Fife Circle ...
... Annual cycle refers to the set of changes or events that uniformly, or consistently, take place at the same time of year ... In biology, the annual cycle for plants and animals details behaviorial and chemical changes that take place as the seasons advance ... In religion, the annual cycle refers to the various celebrations or memorials that occur in the same sequence from year to year ...
... Powys has a number of designated cycle routes which are part of the National Cycle Network ... Celtic Trail, incorporating, within Powys National Cycle Route 42 National Cycle Route 43 (not yet completed) Proposed routes include National Cycle Route 83 National Cycle Route 85 National Cycle Route 49 ...
Famous quotes containing the words route, national and/or cycle:
“no arranged terror: no forcing of image, plan,
no propaganda, no humbling of reality to precept:
terror pervades but is not arranged, all possibilities
of escape open: no route shut,”
—Archie Randolph Ammons (b. 1926)
“The signs look better. The Father of Waters again goes unvexed to the sea. Thanks to the great North-West for it. Nor yet wholly to them.... The job was a great national one.”
—Abraham Lincoln (18091865)
“The cycle of the machine is now coming to an end. Man has learned much in the hard discipline and the shrewd, unflinching grasp of practical possibilities that the machine has provided in the last three centuries: but we can no more continue to live in the world of the machine than we could live successfully on the barren surface of the moon.”
—Lewis Mumford (18951990)