Mathematical English Usage - a Dictionary

by Jerzy Trzeciak



However, such situations are the exception rather than the rule.

There are few exceptions to this rule.

It follows that any itinerary that obeys these four rules corresponds to a point in $B$.


[see also: exclude, preclude]

The possibility $A= B$ is ruled out in the same way.

Its role is to rule out having two or more consecutive $P$-moves (on the grounds that they can be performed in one go).

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