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Discusses the care and cultivation of box vegetation overlaying such subject matters as planting, watering, fertilizing, plant choice, and plant arrangements.

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If f(t), t E I, has the property L, then is I. 28 f(t) has the property Proof. > 0 a(~,T) P. Suppose there exists some f(t) 0 E > does not have the property and for any such that for any such that T If(t+T)-f(t) I > E. the interval PRELIMINARIES and any ~ [a,a+~], E corresponding to [ak,ak+k] Then T, there is an there is a For an integer P. t(~,T,a,T) k > 0, denote by a k = a(k,k). > T Lk Take an is kl and h > o. For a k2 > h , Lk . The length of Lk 1 1 1 1 > k > k , and a and set Then + k2 + h2 = > hl k h2 h1• k2 h2 1 2 2 h2 - h 1 = a k2 + k2 E Lk .

4), (~) = 8' (~) and x(b) ~ f*(~,x(~),x'(~)) However, x' (0 on t. Then there is a ~, < b, such that ~ x(t) at some > on (~ and > 18' (0 , 8 (~) , 8' 8"(~), 8(b). (~) x" ~ 8" , (~) Therefore we have g(~,8(O,x'(0). I ). < K ~ M, and hence Thus x" which contradicts a < t < b. (~) > f (~) x"(~) (~ , 8 (~) , 8' ~ 8"(~). The same argument shows that (~) ). Therefore x(t) ~ a(t) a < t < b. 1). M for < t E [a,b], this solu- To see this, we shall apply Liapunov's second method. 1. such that where a(t) < L > 0 functions Let ~(t) ~ 8(t) is a constant.

Set in Rn. Let The function and {27T 27T} f(t,x) where tegers e(R £ f(t,x) D. £ is linearly independent. x n D,R ), where D is quasi-periodic in t module has a finite integral base. f x WI , ••• , wk only if it is almost periodic in tion and Without loss of generality, we can assume that Remark. W. ] R £ uniformly for x £ is an open t if and D and its Namely, the quasi-periodic func- is an almost periodic function with Fourier series Wl"",W k are some real numbers and m (m, ••• ,m) 1 k for in- ml ,m 2 ,··· ,m k .

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