a set

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  • These would be groups of career soldiers who would be paid a set rate.
  • At least one break of serve is required to win a set.
  • A set is a collection of elements, and may be described in many ways.
  • In group theory, one can consider the action of a group on a set.
  • Most brothers joined for life, although some were allowed to join for a set period.
  • If the player has five cards, the player must trade in a set.
  • The range of the function is a set of real numbers.
  • Most of the key was kept constant for a set time period, typically a day.
  • The teacher will give the student a set of pieces of slowly increasing difficulty.
  • This use of a set order of service is not unlike the Catholic tradition.
  • The primary characteristic of a class is that it contains a set of features.
  • The set S together with the well-order relation is then called a well-ordered set.
  • It is a guide to action, not a set of hard and fast rules.
  • For the latter, his contract allowed him to produce his films without a set release schedule.
  • It was released on the announced date as a two-disc set.
  • The definable complex numbers also form a field if they form a set.
  • Each athlete has a set amount of time in which to make an attempt.
  • This class has a set of methods representing actions of a Car-object.
  • The series was later released on CD as a two volume set.
  • All tournament (and most club) games are played with a game clock and a set time control.
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