They mentioned the photostream limit, but did not mention that everything else is a subset of the photostream. 

A subset of the participants agreed to fully explore alternative strategies for shotgun cloning and sequencing the MAC genome. 

Suppose that instead of asking for a convex subset, you wanted an empty convex subset. 

In fact, there's a subset of neocons who believe that given our unparalleled power, empire is our destiny and we might as well embrace it. 

Precognition falls under the category of psychic phenomena, which is a subset of the paranormal. 

A certain trendy subset of British foodies have discovered Southern food, and have gone gaga for it. 

The oxirane functional group is a subset of organic cyclic ether compounds. 

A subset of 12 fragments was selected from 105 noncoding DNA fragments from both intronic and intergenic regions on the X chromosome. 

He noted that only a subset of bacteria tend to be dominant in dental plaque. 

A small subset of fetuses with large lung lesions will become hydropic, deteriorate rapidly, and die in utero. 

This was because the missed cases were not typical of the cohort as a whole but comprised a subset with a lower life expectancy. 

This program produces a subset of hypothetical products based on the attribute levels provided by the researcher. 

This will cause a certain subset of the population to begin hyperventilating and breathing into paper bags. 

We carefully examined whether taking this subset introduced any systematic bias into our sample. 

Obviously, in any phylogenetic analysis a subset of the characters will retain the ancestral state. 

Within the trial, researchers looked at a subset of 138 patients with diabetes. 

The council is a subset of Students' Council, made up of councillors who represent coop students. 

Also, random selection of CDs would only work on a subset of contiguous disks. 

The foreshore and seabed being owned by a subset of New Zealanders instead of all New Zealanders is what the billboard is about. 

It's an echo chamber for the common wisdom of the subset of people who use the site more than anything else. 


A common response of roots to anoxia is the synthesis of a subset of anaerobic proteins related to the glycolytic and fermentation pathways. 

There were far fewer votes cast in the referendum than in the arts regular councillor race even though arts regular is a subset of arts. 

For developing countries, currency crises are an important subset of financial crises. 

Mutations are only a subset of what existed previously, so, as one would expect, the world is losing creature kinds not gaining them. 

There's a certain subset of opera fans who dismiss Rossini comic operas with a haughty wave. 

There are multiple ways to clip an image, many of them use the subset command. 

This subset of patients was randomly chosen to include similar proportions of hereditary and nonhereditary disease. 

This method relies on establishing the relationship between the nearinfrared spectra of a subset of the samples and reference chemical values. 

Johnson considers this subset to be unrepresentative of the broader population. 

Despite progress in the classification of renal tumors, a small subset of renal carcinomas remains unclassified. 

It might be worth stating how problematic it can be to study morphology through time in a geographically restricted subset of a species. 

In blowflies, a subset of these sensors make strong monosynaptic connections with the motor neurons of steering muscles. 

In a wellknown textbook on the subject we find a continuum defined as a compact connected subset of a topological space. 

From a subset of each group the Dufour's gland and later setose membrane were dissected by removing the sting apparatus with blunt forceps. 

Hence, the phonological frame of verbs is a proper subset of the phonological frame of nouns in Dutch. 

Intriguingly, rhythmic luminescence in certain lines was affected by only a subset of the pacemaker mutations. 

At least for a subset of children with ADHD, medication attributions may be meaningfully related to functioning in important domains. 

If A is a closed, densely defined linear operator on H, then the resolvent set is an open. subset of the complex plane. 

One thing that has become clear is that the success of social production collectives hinges on the intensive contributions of a very small subset of their members. 

The subset of folks who have ADHD who are there have been able already to exceed a bunch of hurdles. 


And in September 2008, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd circuit ordered the release of a 21photo subset. 

The Patriot subset that declines to accept racism continues to cope with the issue unevenly and defensively. 

Each of these allotropes of phosphorous also has its own subset of forms. 

Our intention was to sample only a subset of the most common species that can be reliably counted and identified in the field without a dissecting scope. 

They acted as if music were a subset of the fashion or cinema or advertising industries. 

But, the fact of coverage also leads some subset of these people to smoke who otherwise would not. 

And they don't see why they should lose their right because some subset of the population abuses theirs. 

But the subset of women Dr. Ragaz has teased out is a majority of those who took estrogen alone. 

Inasmuch as chemical properties determine toxicological properties, metalloids should not be considered as a subset of metals but as a subset of nonmetals. 

But neither one is materially worse than any subset of office drones in any other workplace in the country. 

Mean body mass index and associations between birth weight and body mass index at each age in the subset were similar to those for the larger dataset. 

From specific costuming decisions to styles of speech, each character gives us an impression of how a subset of American culture may have acted or behaved at the time. 

In metazoans, the bulk of the cohesin complex is displaced at prophase, but a subset of cohesin complexes is maintained at the centromere and perhaps other sites. 

The patio menu is a subset of the regular restaurant menu, with salads and lighter fare being the popular selections with diners noshing under the stars. 

Its binding to corresponding subdivisions on polytene chromosomes suggests an involvement in regulation of a subset of orthologous genes in D. melanogaster and D. virilis. 

These streams are occupied on the south slope by a subset of the fish that characterize freshwater rivers in the Orinoco Basin in Venezuela, including cichlids and characins. 

Organisms most commonly associated with infections are often a small subset of the total strains that constitute a species, and these substrains may exhibit little diversity. 

In a subset of patients monitored by serial testing, abnormalities in phrenic nerve conduction and diaphragmatic excursion normalized by 9 months after surgery. 

My idea of a game, first of all, is that it represents a subset of the rules of Life, or an artificially contrived set of rules that represent something else entirely. 

The second is that all mathematical proofs can be recast as logical proofs or, in other words, that the theorems of mathematics constitute a proper subset of those of logic. 


The effect of the two VBFs on balance was studied through classical postural parameters and a subset of stabilogram diffusion coefficients. 

Super Niven numbers are infinitely many and they form a proper subset of the Niven numbers. 

These foodoirs have become a successful subset, one part chick lit mixed with one part chicken lit. 

The convex hull of a compact subset of an infinite dimensional topological vector space need not be a compact set. 

It uses a subset of standard English grammar, and a list of 1500 English words. 

In general, masculine and neuter words share their endings, while feminine words have their own subset of endings. 

Thus, a contagious disease is a subset of infectious disease that is especially infective or easily transmitted. 

Some wireless headphones transmit in the FM broadcast band, with the headphones tunable to only a subset of the broadcast band. 

In analysis, the area of a subset of the plane is defined using Lebesgue measure, though not every subset is measurable. 

The echidna is a monotreme, which is the extremely small subset of oviparous mammals. 

Examples of these terms are acclimatized, adventive, naturalized, and immigrant species but those terms refer to a subset of introduced species. 

When pods meet, dominant call types decrease and subset call types increase. 

Mission Archery has made a name for itself for many reasons, one of them being unbelievable adjustability in a subset of their bow line. 

While the jati system shares many similarities with the varna system, the jatis are not clear subset of varnas. 

The reduct set is a minimal subset of attributes that preserves the degree of dependency of decision attributes on full condition attributes. 

It is critical to recognize that only a small subset of reportable incidents are due to leaks caused by pipe deterioration. 

Plaintiffs with nontried cases receive their claimed amount multiplied by the ratio of awarded damages to claimed damages in the tried subset. 

This four volume reference set offers over 500 entries on biomes and ecosystems, an ecosystem usually being a subset of biomes. 

A subset of X is Isequentially compact if and only if it is sequentially countably compact in the ordinary sense. 

A significant subset of peripartum cardiomyopathy is the initial manifestation of familial dilated cardiomyopathy. 


Each minister heads his or her ministry, or, in some cases, has responsibility for a subset of a ministry's policy. 

A subset of the ultrarich freaked out, too, for different reasons. 

A multimaximal coupling is one that is a maximal coupling of any subset of the random variables being coupled. 

A subset of vessels have fished under a moratorium permit since 2004, initiated to prevent overcapitalization of the fleet. 

Another subset is called trichothecenes, which are produced by molds including Fusarium, Trichothecium, and Trichoderma. 

Often, the grounds are a subset of requirements for patentability in the relevant country. 

A specialized subset of air quality laws regulate the quality of air inside buildings. 

Alice and Bob only use a random subset of the strings of Os and 1s for a spot check. 

This latter subset is composed of statutory instruments which are required to be laid before the Oireachtas or which are of general application. 

To that extent, this subset of duress seeks to borrow some of the language of necessity. 

Generally, collective nouns are not mass nouns, but rather are a special subset of count nouns. 

As a subset of pub games, pub sports include traditional pastimes such as darts, billiards, and skittles. 

In others, codas are restricted to a small subset of the consonants that appear in onset position. 

Among the most notable findings were somatic point mutations in the gene ERBB2, which was found in a small but significant subset of the tumours. 

Specialized English is a controlled subset of the English language derived from Special English by Feba Radio. 

In each case, V contains a countable linearly independent subset whose image determines the endomorphisms under consideration. 

As a subset of SGML, HTML is useful for publishing documents on Internet Web sites and does not require DTDs to be created. 

In Principal Component Analysis FOBA, PCA was used transductively to select a subset of features and FoBa was used to fit a model. 

Wright's study focused on a subset of the fungus's collection of cutting tools, on enzymes known as glycoside hydrolases. 

One interesting additional aspect of STICH was the viability study carried out in a subset of 601 patients using either dobutamine echocardiograms or SPECT stress testing. 


One of the influences is the Muisca culture, a subset of the larger Chibcha ethnic group, famous for their use of gold, which led to the legend of El Dorado. 

Core inflation is a measure of inflation for a subset of consumer prices that excludes food and energy prices, which rise and fall more than other prices in the short term. 

For other soils, where a different subset of soil properties controlled particle size distributions after rainfall wetting, the original nomograph was found to perform poorly. 

A relatively small subset have been translated into English. 

Once the firm narrows down the relevant subset of attorneys by a selfselection process, then the firm's recruiters personally interview the few best matches. 

Visual Modeler supports a subset of the unified modeling language designed to make firsttime modelers successful with little or no training in visual modeling. 

Today the Center for Consumer Freedom outlined the connections between PCRM and Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty, a subset of the terrorist Animal Liberation Front. 

Further specificity analysis reveals a subset of functional antibody clones capable of recognizing the rodent ortholog of the target, enabling in vivo pharmacology studies. 

A subset of patients with HLE develop hyperkeratotic papules with central keratinous plugging clinically and histologically reminiscent of keratoacanthomas. 

Special English is also a controlled subset of the English language with about 1500 words, short sentences, and slower delivery than traditional English. 

A subset of the population is then confined to the available hospitable area, and survives there while the broader population either shrinks or evolves divergently. 

Patients frequently have more than one subset of cutaneous LE, as demonstrated by the frequent concurrence of discoid LE and lupus panniculitis, even in the same lesion. 

Similar to statutory exclusion mechanisms, prosecutorial discretion is often limited to a subset of cases based on age and offense characteristics. 

He had a particular subset of white blood cells called neutrophil granulocytes that gave him an immune system capable of searching out and killing cancer cells. 

Recent advances in surgical resection and combination therapy have significantly improved the 5 year survival for a subset of patients with oligometastatic disease. 

Although the IPA offers over 160 symbols for transcribing speech, only a relatively small subset of these will be used to transcribe any one language. 

A subset of this category would be atheists who can be classified as people of acedia, those with spiritual apathy, who do not care if God exists. 

The Canterbury scene, originating in the late 1960s, denoted a subset of prog bands who emphasised the use of wind instruments, complex chord changes and long improvisations. 

Scandinavia can thus be considered a subset of the Nordic countries. 

Although geographers are historically known as people who make maps, map making is actually the field of study of cartography, a subset of geography. 


Scott's 1819 series Tales of my Landlord is sometimes considered a subset of the Waverley novels and was intended to illustrate aspects of Scottish regional life. 

The Series in Environmentally Conscious Engineering will be made up of a number of contributed books, each covering a broad subset of information. 

A subset of a metric space is clopen iff it is both closed and open. A metric space is called zerodimensional iff there is a base for the open sets consisting of clopen sets. 
