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  1. Proportions are 1 part cracked wheat to 4 parts water for coarse textured bread.
  2. Proportions are of great importance as the head is considered to be the most beautiful part of the Kuvasz.
  3. Its proportions are 5: 4 and the width of the arms of the cross is one twelfth the length of the flag.
  4. In proportions, a Black Russian Terrier should be slightly longer than tall, 9 ½ to 10 being ideal (FCI standard recommends 100-105).
  5. When proportions are specified, they apply to the originally incorporated materials rather than those remaining after any such reaction.

Doric Order

  1. In proportions it is similar to the Doric order, but overall it is significantly plainer.


  1. I have explained, to the best of my power, the proportions used in setting out Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian temples, according to the approved methods.


  1. Of the mammals questioned, proportions of the preserved spine in Henkelotherium were similar to those found in the pen-tailed tree shrew, (Ptilocercus).
  2. Furthermore, the relative proportions of paraconids, metaconids talonids are variable for different molars in Henkelotherium and paurodontids; eg.

Rao-Scott Chi-Square Statistic

  1. The Rao-Scott chi-square statistic is computed from the Pearson chi-square statistic and a design correction based on the design effects of the proportions.

Tremendous Proportions

  1. This may sound strange, but fighting them only increases your level of fear and allows your panic to take on tremendous proportions.
  2. B-P, finally reaching the age of 80, having seen his movement grow into tremendous proportions, his strength began to wane.

Suitable Proportions

  1. Copper and strontium compounds in suitable proportions produce a mixture of red and blue light, giving various shades of purple.

Particular Soil

  1. The proportions of minerals and organic matter determine the structure and other characteristics of a particular soil.

Harmonious Proportions

  1. Examining the canon of the body of a Buddha, one realises that every detail represents harmonious proportions.

Cylinder Proportions

  1. Tractive force, as noted earlier, is largely determined by the boiler pressure, the cylinder proportions, and the size of the drivers.

Generous Proportions

  1. Hotei is distinguished by his body of generous proportions and round stomach exposed beneath loose robes.
  2. The new flag has the white over green field with the new Royal Badge, in generous proportions, superimposed in the centre thereof.

Binomial Proportions

  1. For percentages or proportions (such as for binomial proportions), Arcsine transformations would work better.
  2. The Cochran-Armitage test is the most frequently used test for trend among binomial proportions.

Certain Proportions

  1. Consequently, as these growing crystals take certain elements out of the magma in certain proportions, the composition of the remaining liquid changes.

Symmetrical Proportions

  1. The frieze and the other parts placed above it are such as I have described in the third book, on the subject of symmetrical proportions.
  2. In the Doric, the symmetrical proportions are distinguished by the following rules.

Essential Amino Acids

  1. The proportions of essential amino acids in foods may differ from the proportions needed by the body to make proteins.

Population Proportions

  1. You specify the population proportions and the sample size and examine the effects on the probability of rejecting the null hypothesis.

Normal Proportions

  1. The primary symptom of growth hormone deficiency is a noticeable slow growth (less than two inches per year), although the body has normal proportions.

Smaller Proportions

  1. The Roman versions of the Doric order have smaller proportions.

Huge Proportions

  1. Torrevieja has been increasing in size since the 1800's and has now reached huge proportions.

Human Proportions

  1. Vitruvius studied human proportions (third book) and his canones were later resumed in a very famous drawing by Leonardo da Vinci (Homo Vitruvianus).
  2. Much attention was paid to the geometry of man as well, and the subject of human proportions was related to geometric figures.

Exact Proportions

  1. Older gasoline engines use a carburetor that mixes the fuel and air in exact proportions for efficient carburetion.
  2. Stoichiometric - Ratio of fuel to air where the exact proportions for complete reaction of both, with none left over, are present.

Right Proportions

  1. Mixed with the right proportions of fuel, and fed into the intake, it provides additional combustible material into the cylinders, hence more power.
  2. Once the tissue is removed from the teeth, the doctor is able to sculpt it properly to create the right proportions, height and width-wise.

Proper Proportions

  1. PROTEIN QUALITY Protein quality is dependent on having all the essential amino acids in the proper proportions.
  2. Peritoneal dialysis attempts to keep fluid and electrolytes (vital chemicals within the body) in proper proportions.
  3. Thus the intercolumniations and the heights of the columns will have proper proportions.

Highest Proportions

  1. They also contain the highest proportions of heavy rare gases such as argon, krypton and xenon, among all meteorites.
  2. At its height, the native Roman army was at one of the highest proportions to the citizenry at large ever known, at one eighth of the entire population.

Correct Proportions

  1. Note the dark blue colour and the correct proportions of the union badge in Swedish flags.
  2. Provided that the correct proportions are observed, the flag may be made to any convenient size.

Various Proportions

  1. White fibrocartilage consists of a mixture of white fibrous tissue and cartilaginous tissue in various proportions.
  2. All of these minerals are hydrated silicates which generally contain substitutional iron, calcium, magnesium, and sodium in various proportions.
  3. Clear and opaque are mixed in various proportions to mask the yellow of the permanent canine and increase the value of the veneer (Fig.

Gigantic Proportions

  1. The gigantic proportions of the clouds out of which they are born means stars seldom, if ever, are created in isolation.
  2. Like most of Poseidon's children, Orion was a man of gigantic proportions.
  3. He doesn't think the Loch Ness Monster is a dinosaur - it's more likely to have been any number of sterile male eels, which can grow to gigantic proportions.

Small Proportions

  1. Due to its strength of character, Petit Verdot can have a significant impact on a blend, even when used in small proportions.
  2. When used in small proportions, it lends aroma and body to the wine, as well as roundness and elegance, with notes of white flowers and honey.
  3. Many stainless steels steel, alloy of iron, carbon, and small proportions of other elements.

Epidemic Proportions

  1. Clergy sexual misconduct has not reached epidemic proportions, but most experts agree that the number of incidents is increasing.

Equal Proportions

  1. Commonly the phenocrysts constitute about half of the rock, and the quartz and feldspar are usually present in about equal proportions.
  2. For one-way tables, the Rao-Scott chi-square statistic provides a design-based goodness-of-fit test for equal proportions.

Tonic Water

  1. The proportions of gin and tonic water vary.

Varying Proportions

  1. A vodka tonic is an alcoholic drink made with varying proportions of vodka and tonic water.
  2. Most of the elements in the periodic table have several isotopes, found in varying proportions for any given element.
  3. The ore sample studied is composed mainly of ilmenite, magnetite, plagioclase, hornblende and sulphides in varying proportions.

Volcanic Rocks

  1. The age of volcanic rocks and ash can be determined by measuring the proportions of argon (in the form of argon-40) and radioactive potassium within them.

Relative Proportions

  1. The relative proportions of the hydroxyquinolines (A and B) produced are dependent upon the reaction conditions and structure of the starting material.
  2. The null hypothesis is that the relative proportions of one variable are independent of the second variable.
  3. Modal analyses indicate that the layers are determined by fluctuations in the relative proportions of plagioclase, pyroxene and hornblende.


  1. The Articles of War on board a Royal Navy ship assumed the proportions and gravity of holy writ.


  1. The ideal proportions of any image of the Buddha are described in books on iconography.


  1. Vitruvius also included a section on human proportions.
  2. The section labeled 'ALL' in (a, b) shows the proportions of ordered and disordered amino acids in each proteome.


  1. Coding language usage: Shows the proportions of JavaScript, HTML and ASP (VBScript and Jscript) within each page within the web application.
  2. The Van de Graaf canon, used in book design to divide a page in pleasing proportions.


  1. This is reflected in the amino acid ratios, which are in perfect proportions to provide effective protein utilisation for muscle growth and repair.


  1. I thought initially, I could analyse the data by converting it into relative proportions and use a mixed analysis of variance with 1 between and 1 within.

Chi-Square Test

  1. The "Test Percent" column lists the hypothesized proportions for the chi-square test.
  2. The proportions of genes with positive and negative eQTL effects at each hotspot were contrasted using a chi-square test.


  1. It can not be calculated using the observed proportions, unless the total number of subjects (and thus the frequencies) is also known.


  1. Many breeders maintain that the Miniature Horse is a perfect, tiny horse, rather than a tiny pony, but the proportions are most often that of a tiny pony.


  1. The proportions of flexible and rigid segments in the polymer chain determines the amount of stretch.
  2. In 1989 the stretch of Danube that flowed through the communist countries was like the Dnieper — an ecological disaster of epic proportions.
  3. The gravitational pull is so intense, the part of the object entering the black hole first would stretch out of normal proportions.


  1. Dalton's law of multiple proportions says that these chemicals will present themselves in proportions that are small whole numbers (i.e.
  2. Limestone is made up of varying proportions of the following chemicals with calcium and magnesium carbonate being the two major components.


  1. The flag has the proportions 1:2, with the provincial shield of arms in the centre.
  2. The deputy master's flag is in proportions of 2:3 and instead of the full achievement or arms has a roundel with lion.
  3. The Law on The Coat of Arms does not give any exact proportions for the emblem.


  1. Nitrox gases contain higher proportions of Oxygen at a maximum rate of 40% and lowered proportions for Nitrogen.


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