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Definition of Surjective
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Surjective
Literary usage of Surjective
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1. System of Christian Theology by Henry Boynton Smith, William Stevens Karr (1890)
"The Scriptures assert emphatically the necessity of regeneration: Matt. xviii. 3; John iii. 3. CHAPTER III. THE surjective CHARACTERISTICS OF REGENERATION ..."
2. Diseases of the Skin by Henry Martin Dearborn, Frederick Myers Dearborn (1906)
"surjective SYMPTOMS, though not constant, may be of great clinical significance. They vary widely in intensity and character, from the sense of heat of a ..."