But this is merely a footnote, an asterisk in the record book of humanity.
Hannah was confused by the asterisk in her math homework, because she didn't know it meant to multiply.
Important vocabulary words in this section are marked with an asterisk.
New samples are marked with an asterisk.
When asked to use a special character in her passwords, Whitney always uses an asterisk.
Authors will occasionally mark things with an asterisk, showing that there is a footnote or explanation for them.
Bullet point - Just place an asterisk before the text!
I would recommend marking important content that you come across in the textbook with an asterisk.
I will mark the most important topics on the sheet with an asterisk so that they will stand out.
add an asterisk to search for words with the same prefix.
An asterisk denoted that the green banana fritters were vegan - really weird.
The lateral tibial plateau is marked with an asterisk.
marked with an asterisk.
When only allele symbols are displayed an asterisk should precede them.
The " mark " facility is not enabled by a facility field containing an asterisk.
sequester iron at the position marked by the asterisk.
An asterisk (*) denotes a third-party trademark.
Any I find broken I'm putting an asterisk next to.
asterisk *. Medical Route Application can be made by the medical route.
truncate a word in Business Source Elite add an asterisk at the end of the word.
In those works marked with an asterisk copious references to the recent literature of the subject will be found.
They sequester iron at the position marked by the asterisk.
To truncate a word in Business Source Elite add an asterisk at the end of the word.
The asterisk denotes that instruction requires a set of x-axis data.
Among later editions we may mention the following, those with explanatory or critical notes being marked with an asterisk: * Scaliger (1577, &c.), *Broukhusius (2nd ed., 1577), *Passeratius (1608, with index verborum), *Vulpius (1755, with index verborum), *P. Burmann (and Santen) (1780), *Lachmann (1816), *Hertzberg (1843-1845), L.
The intercalary years of the cycle are distinguished by an asterisk.
Principle of Least Resistance.Where more than one system of resistances are alike capable of balancing the same system of loads applied to a given structure, the smallest of those alternative systems, as waS demonstrated by the Rev. Henry Moseley in his Mechanics of Engineering and Architecture, is that which will actually be exerted but are distinguished by an asterisk.
You can also use a leading asterisk to find all words with a given ending.
The current setting for each option is denoted by an asterisk.
Information about the source text appears at the end of each entry, preceded by an asterisk.
Also, in the index the common names are indicated by an asterisk.
The first occurrence of such words in the text is marked by an asterisk (* ).
To search on part of an ICS code, enter the number followed by an asterisk ' * ' .
Of this sum the greater part was divided amongst the institutions marked with an asterisk in the above list.
It was enough for him to give a scrupulously exact description of such specimens as came under his eye, distinguishing these by prefixing two asterisks to their name, using a single asterisk where he had only seen a part of the bird, and leaving unmarked those that he described from other authors.
(4) The stage which is introductory to algebra consists merely in replacing the unit " cost of 1 lb tea " by a symbol, which may be a letter or a mark such as the mark of interrogation, the asterisk, &c. If we denote this unit by X, we have (2 XX) +6s.
In the Septuagint column he drew attention to those passages for which there was no Hebrew equivalent by prefixing an obelus; but where the Septuagint had nothing corresponding to the Hebrew text he supplied the omissions, chiefly but not entirely from the translation of Theodotion, placing an asterisk at the beginning of the interpolation; the close of the passage to which the obelus or the asterisk was prefixed was denoted by the metobelus.
In The Tables Of The Church Calendar The Epacts Are Usually Printed In Roman Numerals, Excepting The Last, Which Is Designated By An Asterisk (*), Used As An Indefinite Symbol To Denote 30 Or O, And 25, Which In The Last Eight Columns Is Expressed In Arabic Characters, For A Reason That Will Immediately Be Explained.
For This Purpose They Are Placed In The Calendar (Table Iv.) Along With The Days Of The Month And Dominical Letters, In A Retrograde Order, So That The Asterisk Stands Beside The 1St Of January, 29 Beside The 2Nd, 28 Beside The 3Rd And So On To 1, Which Corresponds To The 30Th.
After This Comes The Asterisk, Which Corresponds To The 31St Of January, Then 29, Which Belongs To The 1St Of February, And So On To The End Of The Year.
For a fuller bibliography the works marked with an asterisk should be consulted: * A.
These three classes are the Monotremata (or Prototheria), the Marsupialia (Didelphia, or Metatheria), and the Placentalia (Monodelphia, or Eutheria); the distinctive characters of each being given in separate articles (see Mono Tremata, Marsupialia and Monodelphia.) The existing monotremes and marsupials are each represented only by a single order; but the placentals are divided into the following ordinal and subordinal groups, those which are extinct being marked with an asterisk (*) i.
(The mean change, 2c = d 2 E/dt 2, of the thermoelectric power per degree C. over the range covered by the experiments, is added in each case.) Explanation of Table.-The figures marked with an asterisk (*) represent discrepancies which are probably caused by impurities in the specimens.
For example, if you are unsure whether your ancestor will be listed as Thompson or Thomson, you can search "Thom*son" using the asterisk as a wildcard.
Fields left empty will be tagged by a red asterisk.
Value Added Tax Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an asterisk or double asterisk.
Use a single asterisk (*) to ensure that your results include possible varied endings.
asterisk symbol with the cell references.
denoted with an asterisk (* ).
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