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INTENSITY
EXPOSURE
SHOW
RESPECT
COMPOSITION
RESPONSE
CHANGES
ACCOUNT
NUMBER
MAGNETIC NORTH
LOCATION
LOT
EVOLUTION
DIVERSITY
ESTIMATE
PARAMETERS
TYPE
FIG
PAWNS
OPPONENT
WAVELENGTH
RANGE
MEASUREMENTS
RESULTS
RATIO
VARIABLES
GENE EXPRESSION PATTERNS
BLACK
NF3
GREAT DEGREE
STOP ORDER
IMPLANT-SUPPORTED BRIDGE
CARO-KANN
ENGLISH OPENING
COMMON MISSPELLING
SEASONAL VARIATION
GROUP SIZE
DATA
JITTER
CHROMATIC ABERRATIONS
REFRACTIVE INDEX
NAME
JOLLY ROGER
APPROACH
WILLIAM LABOV
GIUOCO PIANO
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Definitions

  1. A variation is the slipped sheet bend for ease of untying.
  2. A variation is a video projector, using similar technology, which projects onto a screen.
  3. A variation is the difference between where the aircraft is and where the aircraft wasn't.
  4. A variation is the unitard, which also covers the legs. (Web site)
  5. A variation is the Blankout puzzle in the Daily Mail Weekend magazine. (Web site)

Intensity

  1. The intensity of change in the climatic regimen can be detected from the variation in monthly number of un- buried snails, as described here. (Web site)
  2. One explanation for this variation in intensity or quality could be to do with how well the the spirit communicator has learned to communicate. (Web site)

Exposure

  1. In combination with variation of shutter speed, the aperture size will regulate the film's degree of exposure to light.
  2. FIG. 2 shows the variation of the strain strength for the same samples after exposure to different temperatures for 2 hours. (Web site)
  3. This study is conducted in a multiethnic population with a wide variation in thyroid cancer incidence rates and substantial diversity in exposure.

Show

  1. The article attempts to outline the complexities of the address system in Dili Tetum and to show the considerable variation in its evolving present-day use.
  2. The null hypothesis attempts to show that no variation exists between variables, or that a single variable is no different than zero. (Web site)
  3. Calculated variation of eccentricity does not show any discontinuity a million years ago.

Respect

  1. With respect to regression, the sample correlation coefficient r is the proportion of the variation in Y which is explained by Y's linear dependence on X.
  2. The variation of SE with respect to the number of substituents is similar for the homodesmotic reaction and isodesmotic reaction.

Composition

  1. Great variation occurs in the composition of the sugars in the O side chain between species and even strains of Gram-negative bacteria. (Web site)
  2. Among his many musical works, he was involved with the composition of Hexaméron (the fourth variation on Bellini's theme is his). (Web site)
  3. The Dance Suite along with the Fugue and the variation form, were the most important forms of instrumental composition in use during the baroque period.

Response

  1. This may help to explain the differences between other MEV strains and the variation in response to vaccines that are presently used in China. (Web site)
  2. Variation in tadpole body proportions in response to temperature and food stress. (Web site)
  3. The influence of this genetic variation on response to shorter treatment courses in patients chronically infected with genotype 2 or 3 HCV is not known.

Changes

  1. Much sociological, historical and anthropological research is dedicated to understanding this variation, and changes over time in the family form.
  2. Deming taught that making changes in response to "normal" variation would only make the system perform worse. (Web site)
  3. The second law affords another rigorous definition of temperature as the variation of the internal energy with respect to changes in entropy of the system.

Account

  1. Variance explained criteria: Some researchers simply use the rule of keeping enough factors to account for 90%; (sometimes 80%) of the variation. (Web site)
  2. The main problem in dealing with all planets is to account for their “anomaly” (variation in velocity). (Web site)
  3. This variation of the value of coin in terms of money of account has been the cause of much confusion of thought about the nature of money of account.

Number

  1. There are a number of costs that vary or change, but if the variation is not due to volume changes, it is not considered to be a variable cost.
  2. Example of filters include: number of missing value, coefficient of variation of expression measures, ANOVA p-value, Cox model p-values.
  3. Traits in which variation is almost completely genetic, such as the number of fingerprint ridges, show a parent-offspring correlation very near.50.

Magnetic North

  1. A magnetic compass's user can determine true North by finding the magnetic North and then correcting for variation and deviation.
  2. Magnetic Variation: The angle between the true North and the magnetic North varies in place and time. (Web site)

Location

  1. The angular difference between true and magnetic north is called variation, which varies depending on location. (Web site)
  2. The location of the glands is generally behind the thyroid, but there is a lot of variation. (Web site)
  3. As in tense logic, these locations are ordered, and change is represented by the variation in truths from one location to another.

Lot

  1. Today, there is a lot of data that backs the validity of the DNA identification process, but at the same time much variation exists which brings doubt.
  2. This variation saw a lot of exchanges but with Topalov going for a win, the game became very sharp. (Web site)
  3. The rotation is large when the data has a lot of variation in one variable, but not the other, or when the independent variables are highly correlated.

Evolution

  1. Charles Darwin 's theory of evolution is based on three principles: natural selection, heredity, and variation.
  2. Evolution requires genetic variation. (Web site)
  3. However, variation in gene order may provide a source of genetic variability necessary for evolution of this species. (Web site)

Diversity

  1. Melanesian populations are known for their diversity, but it has been hard to grasp the pattern of the variation or its underlying dynamic. (Web site)
  2. All of the amazing and beautiful diversity of flower morphology is simply variation on this theme of four whorls and subtending elements. (Web site)
  3. Variation in polypore species richness was best explained by diversity of dead wood and the number and volume of dead trees.

Estimate

  1. The mean square is an estimate of variance for a source of variation (i.e., regression or residual). (Web site)

Parameters

  1. Despite the variation of these parameters, the range of functional groups that can be reduced by metal borohydrides is very limited.
  2. Consequently, these methods lead to considerable variation in the quantification of brain hyperintensities depending on image parameters such as contrast. (Web site)

Type

  1. As with eye changes, there is a wide variation in the type and degree of renal damage.
  2. Discuss when this type of calculatin is appropriate, and when the coefficient of variation is an appropriate measure of risk.
  3. A comparison in terms of deviation in isentropic compressibilities is made by variation of the type of groups in the carbon that has the hydroxyl group. (Web site)

Fig

  1. Variation of ALP values during the 9 weeks after operation is illustrated in FIG. 4. The ALP index reflects the change in liver function. (Web site)
  2. Referring to FIG. 3A, a plot is shown to illustrate a known method that may reduce variation of engine position. (Web site)
  3. FIG. 8 is a variation of FIG. 7 having an eccentricity of 0.31. (Web site)

Pawns

  1. Exchange variation This is a type of opening in which there is an early, voluntary exchange of pawns or pieces. (Web site)
  2. Similarly, in the Rubinstein variation with 6.Nc3, White is saddled with doubled pawns in c3 and c4 that limit the scope of his bishop pair.
  3. The Scheveningen Variation was popularised at a chess tournament in a Dutch town of the same name in 1923 and involves Black playing with pawns on e6 and d6. (Web site)

Opponent

  1. Ed Lewis also used a variation of what is now known as The Sleeper hold, which appeared to the public at the time as though he was strangling his opponent.
  2. Prepared variation A well-analyzed novelty in the opening which is not published but first used against an opponent in competitive play. (Web site)
  3. It honestly depends on the variation of the sicilian your opponent plays. (Web site)

Wavelength

  1. A. Low dispersion glass is specially formulated to have a small variation of index of refraction with wavelength. (Web site)
  2. Varying the wavelength of the laser at a fixed polarization resulted in little variation in scattered light among the cotton samples. (Web site)

Range

  1. Phenotypic plasticity describes the capacity of a genotype to exhibit a range of phenotypes in response to variation in the environment. (Web site)
  2. An advantage of the present invention is that an increased range of variation of the valve lift profile is achieved with relative mechanical simplicity. (Web site)
  3. Thus, American Sign Language and other indigenous signed languages have the same type and range of variation that exists in spoken languages.

Measurements

  1. One may assume that the quantity being measured is unchanging and stable, and that the variation between measurements is due to observational error.
  2. The compositions of biotite and hornblende, investigated by refractive index measurements, show no variation within the sensitivity of these measurements.

Results

  1. Variation in relative survival of thyroid cancers in Europe: Results from the analysis on 21 countries over the period 1983–1994 (EUROCARE-3 study).
  2. There is a variation in the β-chain gene, causing a change in the properties of hemoblobin which results in sickling of red blood cells.
  3. Results from FactBites: The Prusik Knot (1415 words) The Prusik Knot is a variation of the rolling hitch. (Web site)

Ratio

  1. The coefficient of variation is not presently defined as the ratio of the sample standard deviation to the sample mean.

Variables

  1. The between part of the model describes the variation in the between-level parts of the variables y and m, i.e.
  2. Model building refers to the selection of the most parisminous set of variables that explain the variation in the dependent variable.
  3. As in blocking or stratification, a covariate is often used to control for variation that is not attributable to the variables under study.

Gene Expression Patterns

  1. Strain comparisons also demonstrated variation in gene expression patterns within species.
  2. Systematic variation in gene expression patterns in human cancer cell lines. (Web site)

Black

  1. It shows for each opening and variation what percentage of matches were won by white, black and were drawn.
  2. Black can adopt a variety of set-ups, among them the Dragon variation, which begins 1.
  3. Playing the Exchange variation of the Ruy Lopez, White and Black use the following tactics.

Nf3

  1. Nf3 as White is already thinking beyond it to their third move, safe in the knowledge that any variation by Black will play into their hands.
  2. The Modern Variation 1.e4 Nf6 2.e5 Nd5 3.d4 d6 4.Nf3 is the most common variation of the Alekhine.
  3. Ne2. I like the last two as the Nf3 move is more like the classical variation.

Great Degree

  1. The extent of dialectal variation in the different languages ranges from a very great degree in Slovene to a much smaller degree in Polish and Russian.

Stop Order

  1. Stop-Limit Order: A variation of a stop order in which a trade must be executed at the exact price or better. (Web site)

Implant-Supported Bridge

  1. A variation on the implant procedure is the implant-supported bridge, or implant-supported denture. (Web site)

Caro-Kann

  1. I would expect a page for the Sicilian Defence, Dragon Variation, but probably not one for the Caro-Kann, Fantasy Variation. (Web site)
  2. The easiest way to attack the Caro-Kann is with the Advance Variation 3.e5.
  3. Reputation for solidity acquired by Caro-Kann is due primarily to this variation.

English Opening

  1. The variation 1.c4 e5 of the English Opening is called the Reversed Sicilian.

Common Misspelling

  1. Dibetes type 1 is a common misspelling and variation of diabetes types. (Web site)

Seasonal Variation

  1. The rate of diurnal motion undergoes seasonal variation because of the obliquity of the ecliptic and because of the eccentricity of the Earth's orbit. (Web site)
  2. In addition, seasonal variation can't account for the disparity between the hemispheres in the number of empty lakes.
  3. The stratigraphy may also reflect seasonal variation in the velocity of stream flow. (Web site)

Group Size

  1. Group size explained approximately 7.9% of the variation in inflection points across cetaceans (p = 0.05, df = 33 see Fig.
  2. Our results suggest that studies of pelagic cetaceans and conservation plans must explicitly account for seasonal variation in group size and habitat use. (Web site)
  3. Few studies have occurred at sea, and none have quantified temporal and spatial variation in dwarf sperm whale abundance and group size.

Data

  1. This coefficient is an estimate of the ratio of explained variation to the total variation in the data.
  2. Measurements of variation in human form provided much of the data upon which he and his student Karl Pearson developed modern statistics. (Web site)
  3. The Model F statistic is significant (F =201.873, p <0.0001), indicating that the model accounts for a significant portion of variation in the data.

Jitter

  1. Jitter is the variation in delay over time from point-to-point. (Web site)
  2. Jitter may also means that the analog communication line distortion caused by the variation of a signal from its reference timing positions.
  3. Jitter is defined as phase variation of the actual signal from its ideal position.

Chromatic Aberrations

  1. Chromatic aberrations are caused by dispersion, the variation of a lens's refractive index with wavelength. (Web site)
  2. The chromatic aberrations are simply the chromatic variation, or variation with wavelength, of the monochromatic aberrations. (Web site)
  3. In particular, prisms are prone to chromatic aberrations which results from the variation in the index of refraction with wavelength.

Refractive Index

  1. Chromatic aberration is caused by the dispersion of the lens material, the variation of its refractive index n with the wavelength of light. (Web site)
  2. Chromatic aberration is due to the variation of refractive index with respect to wavelength. (Web site)
  3. This variation in refractive index will produce a phase shift in the pulse, leading to a change of the pulse's frequency spectrum. (Web site)

Name

  1. Dr. John C. Trever carried out a number of interviews with several men going by the name of Muhammed edh-Dhib, each relating a variation on this tale.
  2. My name is Dan, and I am here with Expert Village today to show you a variation on the icicle hitch that I tied in the previous camping knot segment.
  3. The Salwar Kameez has transformed itself over many years into various style, designs and cuts so even the name has seen lot of variation over he decades.

Jolly Roger

  1. A variation of the Jolly Roger, but with a longer history among anarchists, the Eat the Rich symbol has been around since at least the 1980s.
  2. The symbol, or some variation thereof, was also featured on the Jolly Roger, the traditional flag of Europe an and American pirate s.

Approach

  1. Struts encourages application architectures based on the Model 2 approach, a variation of the classic Model-View-Controller (MVC) design paradigm.
  2. In this approach, amplified alleles at each selected locus may be differentiated based on length variation. (Web site)
  3. A better approach is that suggested by Rawlings to choose the subset that best explains the variation in the dependent variable. (Web site)

William Labov

  1. In the mid-1960s, William Labov added an interest in variation within the speech of a caste.
  2. Shana Poplack is a leading proponent of variation theory[ 1], the approach to language science pioneered by William Labov.

Giuoco Piano

  1. This opening, a variation of the Giuoco Piano, is named after the British sea captain, W. D. Evans who invented it in the 1820s. (Web site)
  2. This position can be reached by the following eight moves on each side, which constitue a variation of the Giuoco Piano(Quiet Opening). (Web site)

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