Definition of Correspondences

1. Noun. (plural of correspondence) ¹



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Definition of Correspondences

1. correspondence [n] - See also: correspondence

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Correspondences

correlatives
correlativity
correlator
correlators
correligionist
correligionists
correlogram
correlograms
corrensite
correption
correspond
corresponded
correspondence course
correspondence school
correspondences (current term)
correspondencies
correspondency
correspondently
correspondents
corresponding
corresponding author
corresponding authors
correspondingly
correspondings
corresponds
corresponsive
corresponsively
correus debendi

Literary usage of Correspondences

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1. Projective Geometry by John Wesley Young, Oswald Veblen (1910)
"Groups of correspondences. Invariant elements and figures. The developments of the last two sections lead now immediately to the theorem: A set of ..."

2. The Principles of Psychology by Herbert Spencer (1898)
"by \ base uis tia vai CHAPTER XL THE correspondences IN THEIR TOTALITY. ยง 173. Thus then we find illustrated in all ways the truth enunciated at the outset, ..."

3. The Evidences of the Genuineness of the Gospels by Andrews Norton (1868)
"The hypothesis implies, that the correspondences of the three Gospels may be ... In attempting to account for the correspondences of these books with each ..."

4. An Epitome of the Synthetic Philosophy by Herbert Spencer, Frederick Howard Collins (1889)
"X. THE INTEGRATION- OP correspondences. 169. There has here to be noted how, out of co-ordination, there grows up integration. Compound impressions, as well ..."

5. The Reign of Law by George Douglas Campbell Argyll (1873)
"Very likely ; but how these correspondences have arisen, and are daily arising, is not the question, and it is immaterial how that question ..."

6. The Word by Harold Waldwin Percival (1913)
"After these illustrations, I shall treat in general about correspondences, then about Swedenborg and his doctrine more specially. A horse signifies "carnal ..."

7. American Journal of Mathematics by Johns Hopkins University, American Mathematical Society (1919)
"A Classification of General (2, 3) Point correspondences Between Two Planes. ... While the theory of (1, 1) correspondences has been thoroughly developed ..."

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