### Some articles on *combinations, combination*:

**Combinations**(album)

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**Combinations**is the second full length album by the band Eisley ... The first single for

**Combinations**was "Invasion" ... video and a 30-minute The Making Of

**Combinations**video piece ...

... a choice of 2 bridges, each of which will allow Zoombinis to pass only if they have certain

**combinations**of features such as 'red nose', but as the difficulty increases, the

**combinations**will require more ... is as follows In total, the number of unique

**combinations**is 625, and the player has to save 625 Zoombinis in total ... prefer, meaning that in a single game, not all Zoombini

**combinations**have to be used ...

... Although optimum plays for suit

**combinations**were traditionally derived by hand, the computational capabilities of modern computers has enabled greater detail and ... In reference to Roudinesco's Dictionary of Suit

**Combinations**, bibliographers Bourke and Sugden note that it "has been superseded by computer programs, such as SuitPlay" - a program developed by Jeroen ... Supposedly optimum approaches to suit

**combinations**were published in the Official Encyclopedia of Bridge, 5th edition, but automated analysis later demonstrated some to be incorrect and these were ...

**Combinations**

... the total possible number of four repeatable single-digit

**combinations**, where order does not matter is 495, there are only 402 legally solvable possible

**combinations**... All 402 possible cards, in ascending order, with one possible solution are given below Number

**Combination**Solution 1 ...

### Famous quotes containing the word combinations:

“What is the structure of government that will best guard against the precipitate counsels and factious *combinations* for unjust purposes, without a sacrifice of the fundamental principle of republicanism?”

—James Madison (1751–1836)

“...black women write differently from white women. This is the most marked difference of all those *combinations* of black and white, male and female. It’s not so much that women write differently from men, but that black women write differently from white women. Black men don’t write very differently from white men.”

—Toni Morrison (b. 1931)

“The more elevated a culture, the richer its language. The number of words and their *combinations* depends directly on a sum of conceptions and ideas; without the latter there can be no understandings, no definitions, and, as a result, no reason to enrich a language.”

—Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)