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ramp

(ramp),
In electrical recording, a uniformly rising level of voltage or current. If reset to 0 at regular intervals, it forms a sawtooth pattern that is used to provide the time sweep of a cathode ray oscilloscope beam; if it is reset to 0 by a periodic event (for example, the heart beat), the distance to the peak of each ramp represents the time between elapsed events.

DTL

A gene on chromosome 1q32 that encodes a substrate-specific adapter of a DCX (DDB1-CUL4-X-box) E3 ubiquitin-protein ligase complex, which is required for cell cycle control, DNA damage response and translesion DNA synthesis.
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Counter slopes of adjoining gutters and road surfaces immediately adjacent to the curb ramp not be steeper than 1:20
The Texas Ramp Project was founded in 2006 by John Laine of Dallas.
But in my head if you've never bothered to come visit me at my house before I had a ramp then maybe we're not really that good of friends.
The higher a ramp, the more -- a skateboarder will store at the top of it.
The handbook is organized into 11 chapters, which sequentially follow the process of planning, designing, operating, and maintaining ramps.
We had a particular problem at Warwick and the ramp had to be replaced because of wear and tear and vandalism.
In 1998, the plans were used for building 191 ramps and steps in the Minneapolis area alone.
The gracious ascent of the ramps is complemented by the stretch of illuminated pathway, which in turn is articulated by the special exhibition in the rotunda and in the double-height free plan sculpture vessel.
Frequency and percentage distributions were used to illustrate the preferences of the two groups for either ramps or steps.
These abrupt changes, he concludes, mark eastwest running thrust faults or "lateral ramps.
Designed to replace current stationary wooden ramps, the light-weight Handi-Ramp Horse Mounting Ramp (http://www.