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When you use word2vec to learn a synset, it just learns the nearest synset in the dictionary. This nearest synset is also part of the word2vec result. So every time you use word2vec on a word, it will return the synset of that word as the nearest synset.
To get the best nearest synset, you can use the distance algorithm option.
Run your word2vec like this:
java -cp /usr/share/java/MavenJetty6Embedded-1.0.0.M5.jar:. -modelFile model.bin -outputFormat nn -distances 5

This runs your word2vec like this:
java -cp /usr/share/java/MavenJetty6Embedded-1.0.0.M5.jar:. -modelFile model.bin -outputFormat nn -distances 5

One veteran suggests an old memory when it comes to receding hairlines: The hair cut called the "V," named for a World War II-era U.S. Marine named Vernon Coffin. The V-cut was popularized and become one of the most recognizable haircuts of the 20th century. It was first popularized by U.S. Marine officer and socialite Don Cherry, who later took it to television with a 1970s TV sitcom, The Bing Crosby Show.This invention relates to a cation exchange membrane for fuel cells, electrolyzers, sensors, optical devices and the like.
It is a common practice in the art to prepare a cation exchange membrane by the use of a resin, particularly a polymeric resin. Usually the cation exchange membrane is prepared by polymerizing an ionomer (copolymerized copolymer of an olefin and a non-conjugated unsaturated carboxylic acid) in the presence of a cation exchange resin.
For example, a cation exchange membrane is known, which is obtained by kneading an ionomer with a cation exchange resin, a curing agent, a solvent, etc., and then subjecting the kneaded material to a molding procedure. However, in the process, use of the molding procedure leads to a low productivity.

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}The present invention relates generally to pipe bending tools and, more particularly, to a pipe bender having an articulated clamping device.
Pipe benders are well known in the art for bending a round pipe of any diameter at a right angle or at an angle other than the right angle. In the art, it is common to be able to bend the pipe around a single radius. However, most conventional pipe benders are unable to bend pipe around two or more radii in succession. Thus, it is more difficult to cut off a section of pipe in the middle of an area where it must be bent at an angle other than a right angle.
For example, many times it is necessary to cut off a section of pipe right in the middle of a diameter change. Such is the case when a pipeline must be bent around a structure, a bridge, a large boulder, etc. To accomplish this, an ordinary pipe bender is unable to bend a pipe around a first radius of curvature and then around a second radius of curvature. If a pipe is forced around a first radius of curvature, this is known as “preforming.” If the pipe is forced around a second radius of

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