Origin of subgroup
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Examples from the Web for subgroup
I think one of the main issues would be that there may be a subgroup of people who may run into problems with compulsive use.Does Porn Cause Brain Shrinkage In Men?
May 31, 2014
It means treating women not as some alien species or subgroup.What the GOP Can Learn from the NFL’s Outreach to Women
Kristen Soltis Anderson
January 30, 2014
There's a subgroup that both attends and mocks, but it's tiny.World to Davos: Will You Admit You Screwed Up?
January 28, 2013
An Islamist subgroup – the Brigade of Islam – also claimed responsibility, but the two stories are not incompatible.Richard Spencer: What's Next in Syria
July 19, 2012
It belongs to a subgroup and is a product of the mores of a subgroup.Folkways</p>
William Graham Sumner
This would not lure any labor or capital from one group or subgroup to another.Essentials of Economic Theory
John Bates Clark
The order of any subgroup or operation of G is necessarily finite.
New Georgia Island, the main member of the subgroup, is 50 miles long (northwest to southeast) and from five to 30 miles wide.Systematics of Megachiropteran Bats in the Solomon Islands
Carleton J. Phillips
When d is a given rational number, the set constitutes a subgroup which is conjugate to the group of multiplications.
- a distinct and often subordinate division of a group
- a mathematical group whose members are members of another group, both groups being subject to the same rule of combination
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