-PATH appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):
- Spasms in a node path to both cranial pates set a plain arch to both taped onanism saps.
- May a gal from LA predraw a worse path to be solo?: gas no enemy burlap, pay no milage, beg alimony, appal ruby men eons ago, lose both tapes, row a warder, palm or flag a yam.
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Definition of -PATH
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- Used to form nouns indicating someone with a particular disorder
- Used to form nouns indicating someone with a particular capability, as a type of remedial treatment
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4th International Conference, COCOA 2010, Kailua-Kona, HI, USA, December 18-20, 2010, Proceedings by Weili Wu, Ovidiu Daescu
An st-path is a shortest st-path if its length is minimum among all possible st- paths. In a positive...
A next-to-shortest st-path is an st-path which length is minimum among those the path lengths strictly larger than d(s,t).
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