Tree Diagram

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A graphical device used to list all possibilities of a sequence of events in a systematic way

tree

1. an anatomical structure with branches resembling a tree.
2. in information science, a decision tree.

bronchial tree
the trachea, bronchi and successive branching generations of the respiratory passages.
tree daffodil
thevetiaperuviana.
decision tree
see decision tree.
tree diagram
see decision tree.
tree lupin
lupinusarboreus.
tree nettle
see urtica.
tree shrew
primitive arboreal mammal that some taxonomists place with the primates. Like squirrels in shape and size. Called also Tupaia spp.
tree snake
a number of colubrid snakes that lead an arboreal existence and practice falling from trees with their body spread out, earning the name of flying snake.
tree tobacco
nicotianaglauca.
tracheobronchial tree
the trachea, bronchi and their branching structures.
tree zamia
cycasarmstrongii, C. media.
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We shall restrict our attention only to models where the required interactions can arise at the tree level, since loop-induced interactions are expected to be weak.
Applying all of your normal bowhunting precautions in relation to human scent elimination and safety (wear a full-body harness), sneak into your stand location, set your stand, and trim away any problem branches at tree level (a ratchet-cut pruner and folding saw work great for this).
Thus, while still extremely low for continental Europe, the official Dutch unemployment rate understates the tree level of joblessness in the Dutch economy because it excludes the disguised unemployment of the "sick" and "disabled.
An estate agent said: "It's at tree level and hasn't great views, which makes it hard to attract huge money.