right shift


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right shift

In hematology, the presence of large numbers of abnormally mature neutrophils in the circulating blood.
Synonym: shift to the right See: Arneth's classification of neutrophils
See also: shift
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With respect to case ii) and iii), to right shift the product once, a 47-bit reversible right shift register is required.
2) Right shift would be signified by an increase in average lobe count.
The number of rules obtained is about 30, and typical ones for forward (F), left rotation (LR), and right shift (RS) are as follows:
Case D2 is handled as before (it is exactly the same), and case D1 is handled by right shift of the new value of [R.
Majority of them show broad base curve, few cases with short peak and with left or right shift.
After Tuesday, I thought the lads put in a right shift.
You have to have 11 players putting a right shift in - what we've been doing really well lately.
We launched in that first race straight into a great big right shift.
The low sO2 (less than 90%) despite a pO2 above 60 mm Hg suggests a right shift of the oxyhemoglobin curve.
Everyone has put a right shift in and the pride I feel can only be outwardly shown now a little bit more now that we are staying in the league.