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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Maths
subsetsub‧set /ˈsʌbset/ noun [countable]  HMa group of people or things that is part of a larger group of people or thingssubset of a small subset of the city’s immigrant population
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subsetThe set of all possibilities clearly includes, as a subset, all possible values that could ever exist in any universe.You may inspect either a subset or all of your oldest 16 mail messages.This may be based on the core vocabulary, or a subset thereof.An essential prerequisite for this work will be the definition of the directly implementable subsets of occam.The clinical significance of perinuclear antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody positive and negative subsets in both groups of patients thus remains unexplained.In the subset of oral studies, ECGs were obtained in 1733 of 2786 patients with 24,000 attacks.The subsets of A form a natural lattice.
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