Obeys

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List Of Biblical Names Starting With S - S
... Shem, name renown Shema, hearing obeying Shemaiah, that hears or obeys the Lord Shemariah, God is my guard Shemeber, name of force name of the strong Shemer, guardian thorn Shemida, name of ...
Path Integral Formulation - Concrete Formulation - Free Particle
... the Gaussian, and produces a Kernel which obeys the diffusion equation For oscillatory path integrals, ones with an i in the numerator, the time-slicing ... as before (not the sum-squares normalization - this function has a divergent norm), obeys a free Schrödinger equation This means that any superposition of K's will also obey ... Defining then ψt obeys the free Schrödinger equation just as K does ...
Maxwell Stress Functions
... to be of the form The stress tensor which automatically obeys the equilibrium equation may now be written as The solution to the elastostatic problem now consists of finding ... stress functions These must also yield a stress tensor which obeys the specified boundary conditions ...
Inubaka: Crazy For Dogs - Characters - Dogs
... He's eventually trained to respect and obey Chizuru as his master ... by his aloof demeanor and is trained to only obey commands by Show ... Alfred only obeys Show and, oddly, Suguri ...

Famous quotes containing the word obeys:

    To long for that which comes not. To lie a-bed and sleep not. To serve well and please not. To have a horse that goes not. To have a man obeys not. To lie in jail and hope not. To be sick and recover not. To lose one’s way and know not. To wait at door and enter not, and to have a friend we trust not: are ten such spites as hell hath not.
    John Florio (c. 1553–1625)

    He obeys the orders of nature
    Without knowing them
    It is what he does not know
    That makes him beautiful.
    Such a knot of little purposeful nature!
    Richard Eberhart (b. 1904)

    A book is a part of life, a manifestation of life, just as much as a tree or a horse or a star. It obeys its own rhythms, its own laws, whether it be a novel, a play, or a diary. The deep, hidden rhythm of life is always there—that of the pulse, the heart beat.
    Henry Miller (1891–1980)