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List Of International Cricket Centuries By Sachin Tendulkar - Key
... * denotes that he remained not out ... + denotes that he was the captain of the Indian team in that match ... Test denotes the number of the Test match played in that series ...
List Of Royal Malaysian Police Officers Killed In The Line Of Duty - Incidents By Chronology
... Key — denotes information is not available ... denotes the officer was killed (Murder or Culpable homicide) using firearms/explosions (including booby trap, grenades etc) ... denotes the officer was killed (Murder or Culpable homicide) via other means (or where the exact weapon used, if any, was not specified) ...
SWIFT:Message Types - ISO 15022 MT
... MT 307 As with SWIFT MTs, the first digit (3) denotes the category ... As above, this denotes Treasury Markets ... Finally, the third digit (7) denotes the specific message ...
Selwyn (New Zealand Electorate) - Election Results - 2008 Election
... General Election 2008 Selwyn Notes Green background denotes the winner of the electorate vote ... Pink background denotes a candidate elected from their party list ... Yellow background denotes an electorate win by a list member ...
List Of Banach Spaces - Classical Banach Spaces
... Here K denotes the field of real numbers or complex numbers and I is a closed and bounded interval ... that the next equation holds and thus The symbol Σ denotes a σ-algebra of sets, and Ξ denotes just an algebra of sets (for spaces only requiring finite additivity, such as the ... The symbol μ denotes a positive measure that is, a real-valued positive set function defined on a σ-algebra which is countably additive ...

Famous quotes containing the word denotes:

    Historical! Must it be historical to catch your attention? Even though historicity, like notoriety, denotes nothing more than that something has occurred.
    Franz Grillparzer (1791–1872)

    There is the name and the thing; the name is a sound which sets a mark on and denotes the thing. The name is no part of the thing nor of the substance; it is an extraneous piece added to the thing, and outside of it.
    Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592)