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quantify

verb To determine the quantity of; measure
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Direct methods include quantifying virus salivated into drops of blood, virus detected in vertebrate tissues immediately after mosquito feeding, virus salivated into blood agar, and virus salivated into fluids such as oil.
Increasingly, equity analysts are evaluating and quantifying all risks faced by companies, and some have imposed "risk discounts" on future earnings based on any known or anticipated risks undertaken by the company.
However, what makes the challenge more thorny is that there are no textbook processes for examining these questions or even existing metrics for quantifying them.
The importance of quantifying skin reactivity during the evaluation and immunotherapeutic treatment of allergic rhinitis cannot be overemphasized.
In 1992, Aviad Kleinberg challenged the value of generalizing or quantifying from such chronologically diverse and at the same time formulaic materials as vitae and canonization processes.
The model we described here provides but 1 approach for estimating foodborne illness and quantifying estimate uncertainty.
Mill representatives visited the Johnson Research Center and were initially focused on quantifying the potential improvements in drying capacity and profile uniformity from the installation of stationary syphons and Turbulator bars.
NIST researchers are quantifying the effects of variables such as microscope lens aberrations, vibration and sample properties on the accuracy of the thickness measurement and are searching for the optimal imaging conditions.