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"Ivul": Brit eccentric Andrew Kötting returns with a French rural drama - a young man takes to the trees when he falls foul of the family patriarch.

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Google previewFundamental Contributions to the Continuum Theory of Evolving Phase Interfaces in Solids (2012)

A Collection of Reprints of 14 Seminal Papers by John M. Ball, David Kinderlehrer, Paulo Podio-Guidugli, Marshall Slemrod

Since u/IVul is a normal velocity of the level surface, (1.3) implies that a level surface of solution u of (1.3) moves by its mean curvature unless Wu vanishes on the surface. We thus call (1.3) the mean curvature flow equation in this paper.

Google previewMosby's Medical Dictionary (2013)

by Mosby

vulnerable Ivul'norobol/ [L, vulnus, wound], being in a dangerous position or condition and thereby susceptible to being infected or injured.

Google previewWebster's New World Dictionary (2003)

by Victoria Neufeldt, Andrew N. Sparks, Webster's New World

Vulgate vul gar Ivul'gar) ad/. [ < L wlgus, common people] 1 of people in general; popular 2 vernacular 3 lacking culture, taste, etc.; crude; boorish 4 indecent or obscene — vuPgarly adv. vulgarian ( get's an) n. a rich person with coarse, vulgar ...

Google previewThe World's Progress: a Dictionary of Dates (1861)

Being a Chronological and Alphabetical Record of All Essential Facts in the Progress of Society, from the Creation of the World to the Inauguration of Lincoln. With a Chart by George Palmer Putnam

ivul built - - - 1610 The Val-cleUrace - - - - 1W5 Arch el St. Denis erected • - IC72 The Palace ol the Deputies - - \V£l The ...

Google previewMosby's Dental Dictionary (2013)

by Elsevier, Mosby

evulsed tooth (ivul′st), n See tooth, avulsed. evulsion, nerve, ...

Google previewA Comparative Dictionary of the Languages of India and High Asia (1868)

With a Dissertation. Based on the Hodgson Lists, Official Records, and Mss by Sir William Wilson Hunter

IVul mitt.

Google previewChandler's Encyclopedia (1898)

An Epitome of Universal Knowledge ... by William Henry Chandler

iVul. Indehiscent, one-seeded, dry fruit, with a hard, horny pericarp, as in the filbert and walnut. Nutation. That of the earth's axis is an oscillation due to the lack of uniformity in the motion of precession. See ClR- CUMNUTATION. \ii1sull*.

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Scrabble value of I1V4U1L1

The value of this 4-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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