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1 By making use of the quantum canonic ensemble theory, the quantum fluctuations of a mesoscopic RLC circuit in the mixed state have been studied.
2 treatment condition of the canonic agent of ramie has been optimized and also the dyeability of the treated fiber.
3 The temples should be canonic, and the architects were trying to achieve this esthetic perfection.
4 He was included in the canonical list of nine lyric poets by the scholars of Hellenistic Alexandria.
5 Alexandrian scholars numbered him in their canonic nine (one lyric poet per Muse).
6 The canonic nine are traditionally divided into two groups, with Alcaeus, Sappho and Anacreon, being 'monodists' or 'solo-singers', with the following characteristics: The other six of the canonic nine composed verses for public occasions, performed by choruses and professional singers and typically featuring complex metrical arrangements that were never reproduced in other verses.
7 The first 'modern' publication of Alcaeus' verses appeared in a Greek and Latin edition of fragments collected from the canonic nine lyrical poets by Michael Neander, published at Basle in 1556.
8 However, a few more recent architecture critics and historians have questioned Aalto's position of influence in the canonic history.
9 In the Middle Ages, the term was widely used to denote any works in canonic style;
10 But although Othello could at least claim to be genuine, canonic, Rossini, the historian Mark Everist notes that detractors argued that Robert was simply "fake goods, and from a bygone era at that";
11 In the A major piano quartet Opus 26, Jan Swafford notes that the third movement is "demonic-canonic", echoing Haydn's famous minuet for string quartet called the 'Witch's Round'." Swafford further opines that "thematic development, counterpoint, and form were the dominant technical terms in which Brahms... thought about music".
12 Sometimes, this form also featured a ritornello, which was occasionally also in a canonic style.