We now prove a lemma which is interesting in its own right.
the right member of (8) = the right side of (8) = the right-hand side of (8) [Or: the right hand side]
the right-hand side expression
on the right of (8) = on the right-hand side of (8)
The exact sequence ends on the right with H(X).
composition on the right with p
Then D lies to the right of G.
Let nk be the first location to the right of the kth decimal place of W that has a value less than b.
Comparisons are done in left-to-right order.
The entries in each row are increasing from left to right.
We adopt the convention that the first coordinate i increases as one goes downwards, and the second coordinate j increases as one goes from left to right.
The string N (read from right to left) starts with......
The map f, which we know to be bounded, is also right-continuous.
The method of proof of Theorem B can be adapted to extend the right-to-left direction of Mostowski's result by showing that......
the rightmost integral [ = the last one on the right]
However, as pointed out right after (5),......