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piv·ot

(piv'ŏt),
A post on which something hinges or turns.

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Urology A clinical study–Prostate cancer Intervention versus Observation Trial

pivot

(pĭv′ŭt)
In dentistry, a part used for attaching an artificial crown to the base of a natural tooth.

piv·ot

(piv'ŏt)
A post on which something hinges or turns.
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Pivot has engaged Origin Merchant Partners as financial advisors in order to assist in obtaining the required financing.
With the second pivot table selected, remove all fields from it.
The Valley ICON1 is a remote access control panel for center pivot irrigation.
Multiple Consolidation Ranges--creates a pivot table or chart comprising more Excel calculation sheets.
Named Sets is a Pivot Table feature only available when using an online analytical processing source and, for many of us, that means Power Pivot sources.
Petermann and coworkers (22) studied the effect of hip position and lower leg rotation in relation to the pivot shift test.
To prevent damage and injuries, some mechanics disconnect the pivot steering controls.
The index stores the distances from each pivot to each object in the collection in adequate data structures.
By right-clicking on the pivot table, another menu appears that allows features such as hiding, reordering, and refreshing.
Bill Jelen and Michael Alexander's Pivot Table Data Crunching (0789734354, $29.
To help our players learn the skill and get the most out of it, we evolved what we call the Rip Step--a pivot maneuver that enables the ball-handler to see the court and effectively pass, dribble, or shoot (if in range of the basket).
Improvements in ski bindings, particularly the installation of a pivot point toward the back of the boot and a quick-release mechanism to free the skier's foot during a fall, have led to the decline of skiing-related shin and ankle injuries.