by notation in a sentence
- But Johnson was struck by notations in the margins.
- Many of the site photographs for the Dead Sea Scrolls were referenced by notations of the film plates that Najib put together for the museum.
- However, the choice of font is not controlled by notation or encoding which is why it's risky to assume a distinguishable font will be used.
- The integral of a function " f ", with respect to volume, over a subset " D " of ! n is denoted by notation such as
- Again, many of these payments are accompanied by notations referring to " N . O . C . assistance, " but have no backup documentation to indicate their purpose or ultimate use.
- It's difficult to find by notation in a sentence.
- This map is enhanced by notations, as well, noting places where roads have washed out in a heavy rain, places where witchcraft has been reported, and summer camps for sheep grazing for various Navajo families.
- Their presence is referenced on screen by notation which says " Subtitles ", or previously " Subtitles 888 " or just " 888 " ( the latter two are in reference to the conventional teletext channel for captions ), which is why the term " subtitle " is also used to refer to the Ceefax-based Teletext encoding that is used with PAL-compatible video.
- However, such documents are still fully parsable in the " non "-standalone mode of validating parsers, which signals an error if it can't locate these external entities with their specified " public identifier " ( FPI ) or " system identifier " ( a URI ), or are inaccessible . ( Notations declared in the DTD are also referencing external entities, but these unparsed entities are not needed for the validation of documents in the " standalone " mode of these parsers : the validation of all external entities referenced by notations is left to the application using the SGML or XML parser ).