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WIDE MARGIN
WATER MARGIN
CUP HISTORY
KYLE BUSCH
WIDTH
SUBDUCTION ZONE
VOLCANOES
LOSING
RIDGE
RESTORATION
STAMP DESIGN
ENTIRE MARGIN
OPPOSITE
PROFIT MARGIN
PROFIT
FIXED
HARVICK
KEVIN HARVICK
LATERAL BORDER
ATTACHMENT
LABOUR PARTY
LAS VEGAS
BUSH
PASSIVE MARGIN
EDGE
STONER
ACCEPTABLE
POSTERIOR MARGIN
ABDOMEN
LAPS
KENSETH
RACE
KENTUCKY DERBY
EASTERN MARGIN
NORTH AMERICA
PROVINCIAL ELECTION
SEAT
GENERAL ELECTION
LIBERALS
GUM MARGIN
GUM
ALTERNATE
LEAVES
SAMPLE SIZE
SAMPLE
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Definitions

  1. A margin is added to the index to determine the interest rate that will be charged on the ARM.
  2. A margin is clean (also known as uninvolved or negative) if there is only normal tissue (and no cancer cells) at the edges of the tissue removed.
  3. The margin is the spread (or add-on) over the index and is fixed for the life of the loan and determined at the time of lock.
  4. His margin was almost four seconds when Musgrave found himself losing a battle with Jack Sprague for second.
  5. The margin is the amount a lender adds to the index to establish the actual interest rate on an ARM.

Wide Margin

  1. Fonseka lost the election by a wide margin of 1.8 million votes, leaving the opposition parties in disarray.

Water Margin

  1. During this time the material on which the Water Margin was based evolved into what it is today.
  2. The Water Margin describes Zhang Qing as having a waist like a wolf's, arms like those of an ape's and a body like a tiger's.
  3. Water Margin, (also known as Outlaws of the Marsh) is well-known as one of the four greatest Chinese novels in history.

Cup History

  1. In 1965, he won the Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway by 14 laps, still the largest margin of victory in Cup history. (Web site)
  2. Despite this, Johnson would lose the championship by only eight points to Kurt Busch in the closest final championship margin in Cup history. (Web site)

Kyle Busch

  1. Edwards’ victory closes the margin between himself and Kyle Busch to 192 points with ten races to go.
  2. By lap 40, Biffle had a two-second margin on Kyle Busch and his brother.
  3. In a thrilling finish, the yellow flags helped propel Kyle Busch to his third victory of the season over Matt Kenseth by the slim margin of 0.0875 seconds.

Width

  1. Width and length of the gallbladder were measured and the relationship between fundus of gallbladder and inferior margin of the liver was noted. (Web site)

Subduction Zone

  1. The Nazca Plate dives below South America in a subduction zone that lies along the western margin of the continent.
  2. The early development of Avalonia is believed to have been in volcanic arcs near a subduction zone on the margin of Gondwana.
  3. The batholith is a multipluton calc-alkaline body, which developed above a subduction zone on the southern margin of Eurasia between 100 and 50 Ma ago.

Volcanoes

  1. Subduction zones are areas where one of the Earth's tectonic plates slips under another, raising mountain ranges along the margin sprinkled with volcanoes. (Web site)
  2. A usually arc-shaped chain of volcanoes located on the margin of the overriding plate at a convergent plate boundary. (Web site)
  3. Along the continental margin, volcanoes grew, coincident with the initiation of subduction. (Web site)

Losing

  1. Yet Shut Out had come close to winning the 1942 Triple Crown, only losing the Preakness Stakes to Alsab by a small margin. (Web site)
  2. He had regained the title in 1937 from Max Euwe by a considerable margin, after losing a close match to Euwe in 1935.
  3. Surely, no disappointment is greater than losing the Triple Crown by a narrow margin in the Belmont. (Web site)

Ridge

  1. Hess suggested that the ocean floor moved laterally away from the ridge and plunged into an oceanic trench along the continental margin. (Web site)
  2. Apollo Landing Site 3 is in the middle distance at the left margin of the pronounced ridge in the left half of the photograph. (Web site)
  3. Along the posterior part of the lateral margin of this groove, in the angle between the body and great wing, is a ridge of bone, called the lingula. (Web site)

Restoration

  1. CROWN: The part of a tooth that is covered with enamel or a dental restoration and normally projects beyond the gingival margin. (Web site)
  2. Margin - The interface between a restoration and tooth structure. (Web site)

Stamp Design

  1. Margin: The unprinted, usually white, border area around the stamp design. (Web site)

Entire Margin

  1. The leaves are spirally arranged, oval to broad lanceolate, with a serrated or entire margin.
  2. They also occur in abundance in volcanoes along practically the entire margin of the Pacific basin. (Web site)

Opposite

  1. The leaves are opposite, lanceolate, 1-5 cm long and 0.2-3 cm broad, glossy green with an entire margin, and nearly sessile with only a very short petiole. (Web site)
  2. The leaves are evergreen, opposite, 2-4.5 cm long and 1-2.5 cm broad, glossy dark green with a leathery texture and an entire margin. (Web site)
  3. Eveillard correctly labels the use of margin or leverage as speculation, the opposite of value investing. (Web site)

Profit Margin

  1. AMPU, Average Margin Per User, which focuses on profit margin may be more significant.
  2. The difference between price and average cost marks the profit margin per unit of output.

Profit

  1. This is a fixed-income loan for the purchase of a real asset (such as real estate or a vehicle), with a fixed rate of profit determined by the profit margin. (Web site)
  2. The purchase and selling price, other costs, and the profit margin must be clearly stated at the time of the sale agreement. (Web site)
  3. Cost Plus, is where the Price = Cost plus or minus X%, where x is the percentage of built in overhead or profit margin. (Web site)

Fixed

  1. In the recent state it is occupied by the base of the stapes, the circumference of which is fixed by the annular ligament to the margin of the foramen. (Web site)
  2. Once the lender specifies the margin, it remains fixed. (Web site)

Harvick

  1. Despite older tires, Harvick didn't seem to be having any problems and within five laps had the margin to more than half-a-second.

Kevin Harvick

  1. Kevin Harvick maintains the point lead by a margin of 289 markers over Clint Bowyer.
  2. In 2006, Chevy driver Kevin Harvick captured the coveted NASCAR Busch Series season title by a record margin of 824 points over Carl Edwards.

Lateral Border

  1. The lateral border is united with the lower margin of the perpendicular part, and is grooved by the lower end of the pterygopalatine canal. (Web site)
  2. The lateral border (or axillary border, or margin) is the thickest of the three borders of the scapula. (Web site)

Attachment

  1. Above the foramen is the margin of the orbit, which affords attachment to part of the Quadratus labii superioris. (Web site)
  2. The part of the gingiva below the crest but above the attachment is called the free gingival margin. (Web site)
  3. Near its posterior margin may be seen a more or less marked transverse ridge for the attachment of part of the aponeurosis of the Tensor veli palatini. (Web site)

Labour Party

  1. The Labour Party had won the 1957 elections by a narrow margin, beginning New Zealand's second period of Labour government.

Las Vegas

  1. In four of the last five years, the Margin of Victory in races at Las Vegas has been half a second or less.
  2. Dillon’s 5.588-second margin of victory in the Smith’s Food & Drug Stores 350 was the largest winning margin in 14 truck series races in Las Vegas. (Web site)

Bush

  1. At this point, the margin between Bush and Gore was down to 2,000 votes. (Web site)
  2. In the Republican primary, Bush easily defeated conservative Robert Morris, a defeated 1964 candidate, by a margin of 87.6 percent to 12.4 percent. (Web site)
  3. The exception was Poland, which Bush carried by a narrow margin. (Web site)

Passive Margin

  1. The transition between the continental and oceanic crust that was originally created by rifting is known as a passive margin. (Web site)
  2. This is interpreted as corresponding to a tectonic scenario in which the present Andean margin was a passive margin of Gondwana. (Web site)
  3. Development of the shelf edge and its migration through time is critical to the development of a passive margin. (Web site)

Edge

  1. The Pacific Northwest remained a passive margin at the edge of the giant continent.
  2. Note the margin of epithelium at the edge of the graft nearest the periodontal probe.
  3. In its normal state, the edge of the liver is thin and firm, and it cannot be palpated (felt with the finger tips) below the edge of the costal margin.

Stoner

  1. Despite Mr Perfect having won the race with a bigger margin this year than last, Stoner really had to work for this victory.
  2. Stoner doesn't just want to win, he wants to destroy the competition, winning by as large a margin as possible. (Web site)
  3. Previous races had seen Stoner up the pace and break his pursuers, getting away to win by a big margin. (Web site)

Acceptable

  1. Because prompt treatment of appendicitis is important in preventing further morbidity and mortality, a margin of error in over-diagnosis is acceptable. (Web site)
  2. The 1970 ACC meeting concluded by a narrow margin, after long debate, that the ordination of women to the priesthood would be acceptable. (Web site)

Posterior Margin

  1. Each crus arises as a continuation of the fimbria, passes around the posterior margin of the pulvinar, and blends into the lower margin of the splenium. (Web site)
  2. The mid-point of the posterior margin of the foramen magnum. (Web site)
  3. Its posterior margin is connected with the perpendicular plate of the ethmoid; its inferior margin with the vomer and the palatine processes of the maxillæ. (Web site)

Abdomen

  1. Biliary colic is most often felt in the middle of the upper abdomen or in the right upper abdomen just below the margin of the ribs. (Web site)
  2. The abdomen is an anatomical area that is bounded by the lower margin of the ribs above, the pelvic bone (pubic ramus) below, and the flanks on each side. (Web site)
  3. The male louse (right) is typically smaller than the female (left), whose posterior margin of the abdomen is more rounded than those of male lice. (Web site)

Laps

  1. But Hornaday, the master of the restart, pulled away in the final eight laps to make the final margin 1.039 of a second over Setzer. (Web site)
  2. Stewart held steady in eighth, opening up a comfortable margin over ninth-place Kyle Busch with 10 laps to go.
  3. After a brief challenge by Jamie McMurray on the Lap 71 restart, Johnson cruised to a big margin in leading all 20 laps.

Kenseth

  1. Kenseth won by 0.128 of a second, the closest margin in a Texas Busch race. (Web site)
  2. While Earnhardt had the name, the popularity, and the two wins, Kenseth had more consistency and was able to claim the title by a narrow margin.
  3. Kenseth held a comfortable margin the remainder of the way and his largest lead of the season was 436 points over No.

Race

  1. But if Stoner had to change his riding style halfway through the race, the margin for error for the engine management software suddenly gets a lot narrower.
  2. A.J. Foyt won the Wood Brothers third Daytona 500 in 1972 by two laps, the widest margin of victory in the history of the race. (Web site)
  3. But Barbaro showed how special he is by remaining undefeated and winning the 132nd running of the race by a wide margin.

Kentucky Derby

  1. Last year, Barbaro won the Kentucky Derby by 6 lengths, the largest margin since Triple Crown champ Assault's eight lengths in '46.
  2. All the publicity of Barbaro began in 2006 with the horse winning the Kentucky Derby.  And, when I say won, I mean won, the Derby by a wide margin.

Eastern Margin

  1. Sanbagawa metamorphic rocks were formed in the eastern margin of the drifting land mass, while Abukuma metamorphic rocks were formed in its western margin.
  2. Today, portions of the ancient Avalonia landmass occur in scattered outcrop belts along the eastern margin of North America. (Web site)
  3. The quakes in the Sudan probably relate to the East African rift zone, a tectonic structure that is slowly pulling apart the eastern margin of the continent. (Web site)

North America

  1. The first major break-up event occurred along the western margin of Laurentia (North America and Greenland), possibly as early as 750 Ma. (Web site)
  2. The volcanic mountains that form the western margin of North America are the result of subduction of oceanic crust under continental crust. (Web site)
  3. Subduction along the eastern margin of North America produced continental arc volcanoes.

Provincial Election

  1. He was re-elected by a greater margin in the redistributed riding of Lawrence in the provincial election of 1987. (Web site)
  2. In the provincial election of 1999, she was re-elected by a comfortable margin in the redistributed riding of Pickering—Ajax—Uxbridge.
  3. The Tories lost the provincial election of 2003, and Chudleigh was returned with a greatly reduced margin of victory.

Seat

  1. The Tories lost the 2003 general election, although Munro was able to retain her seat by a reduced margin.
  2. Perruzza defeated Li Preti on election day, winning the Ward Eight seat by a margin of about 5%.
  3. He did manage to retain his seat by a comfortable margin against NDP candidate Alexis MacDonald. (Web site)

General Election

  1. Boyle stood for Labour again in the 2005 general election against National's Allan Peachey, who won the seat with a margin of 8,697 votes.
  2. If you ask me who was more electable in a general election, Huckabee, Romney, or Rudy, I'd take Huckabee over either of them by a good margin.
  3. However, the Liberal Party won the general election two months later by a large margin. (Web site)

Liberals

  1. The Liberals won a majority government in the provincial election of 2003, although Agostino was re-elected with a somewhat reduced margin of victory.
  2. His margin of victory was actually reduced in the 2003 provincial election, which the Liberals won in a landslide.
  3. The Liberals won the provincial election of 2003, and Pupatello was again re-elected in Windsor West by a significant margin.

Gum Margin

  1. A lack of attached gingiva is sometimes associated with a high frenum attachment, which exaggerates the pull on the gum margin.
  2. There is some yellow pus on the gum margin where the periodontal probe will be inserted in the next photo. (Web site)
  3. As gum disease progresses the gum margin becomes detached from the tooth surface and the sulcus becomes progressively deeper. (Web site)

Gum

  1. Gingivitis results from bacterial colonization at the gum margin and in the sulcus between the margin and the tooth. (Web site)
  2. The crown and the root meet at the neck of the tooth, which is normally just below the gum margin. (Web site)
  3. The muscle that is pulling down on the edge of the gum is first surgically resected and repositioned away from the gum margin.

Alternate

  1. Magnolia X Soulangiana Saucer Mangolia Leaf: Alternate, simple, oblong to obovate, 3 to 6 inches long, entire margin, green above, paler and fuzzy below. (Web site)

Leaves

  1. The leaves are evergreen, alternate, simple, broad lanceolate, very large, up to 1 m long, with an entire or waved margin. (Web site)
  2. The leaves are evergreen, alternate to mostly opposite, simple, and usually with an entire (not toothed) margin. (Web site)
  3. The leaves are alternately arranged, simple, often lobed, more often lobed on juvenile shoots than on mature trees, and serrated on the margin. (Web site)

Sample Size

  1. For a simple random sample from a large population, the maximum margin of error is a simple re-expression of the sample size n. (Web site)

Sample

  1. So a sample of 1,600 people gives you a margin of error of 2.5 percent, which is pretty darn good for a poll.

Plus

  1. The poll had a margin of error of plus or minus four percentage points.
  2. However, most of these polls had a high margin of error (plus or minus three percent) and only showed Yabloko obtaining seats by a tiny margin. (Web site)

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