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Chapters Of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia - Naming Conventions
... Like those of many other Greek-letter fraternities, chapters of Phi Mu Alpha have names consisting of either one or two Greek letters ... Once the Greek alphabet had been exhausted by using single letters, two-letter names began to be issued, starting with Alpha Beta, then Alpha Gamma ... Names using the same two Greek letters, such as Alpha Alpha, Beta Beta, Gamma Gamma, etc ...
Phi Gamma Delta - Practices and Customs - Use of Greek Letters and Etymology of "Fiji"
... Phi Gamma Delta limits the written display of its Greek letters ... Fiji chapters and members only inscribe their letters in the following seven locations On a uniform diamond-shaped member badge On the Fraternity's official seal On the Fraternity's official flag On a chapter ... Whereas other fraternities often display their letters on clothing or other items, this tradition prevents Fijis from doing so ...
Chapters Of Alpha Kappa Psi
... Chapters of Alpha Kappa Psi are given names consisting of either one or two Greek letters ... Once the Greek alphabet had been exhausted by using single letters, two-letter names began to be issued, starting with Alpha Beta, then Alpha Gamma, then Alpha Delta, etc ... In the first cycle of chapter naming, no two-letter chapter name consists of identical Greek letters, and letters that came before the first letter of a chapter's name in the Greek alphabet were not ...
Big O Notation - Related Asymptotic Notations - Family of Bachmann–Landau Notations
... the lower-case versus capitalization of the Greek letters in Bachmann–Landau notation is mnemonic ... The upper-case mnemonic This mnemonic reminds us when to use the upper-case Greek letters in and for sufficiently large input parameter(s), grows at a rate that may ... reminds us when to use the lower-case Greek letters in and for sufficiently large input parameter(s), grows at a rate that is henceforth inequal to regarding ...

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