Trimming


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Any method used to ‘correct’ experimental data, by eliminating high and low values or data points which are most in excess of the mean in an experimental ‘run’; trimming is a form of scientific misrepresentation
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They looked perfect for goat hoof trimming, and they turned out to be exactly that.
To date, animal welfare research has provided some behavioural and neurological evidence to inform the debate on the acceptability of routine beak trimming within the industry (see Cheng, 2006 for a recent review).
Many of those species require trimmings every two to three years.
Pull trimming a worn tier trim groove can result in rubber becoming debonded from the metal gasket and causing a leak path that would not be detectable to the human eye.
Floating gate trimming offers a practical all solid-state alternative to current aforementioned methods where the circuit elements are physically inaccessible for final test and calibration as well as for operational amplifiers where additional in-circuit trimming of packaged components is required.
The machine crew and management needed a solution that would not jeopardize the trimming operation, create more work for maintenance crews, consume more power, or increase the noise level in the machine room.
After eight years of development, the Electric Hoof Knife now has a disc created specifically for trimming goat and sheep hooves.
1 : material used for ornament or trimming <The jacket has fake fur trim.
Introducing RoboTrim RT-500 robotic trimming system with increased part-height capability (36 in.
SANTA CLARITA - Tree trimming at Santa Clarita Park drew the ire of a local environmentalist Wednesday, but city officials countered her claim that they had put migratory birds at risk and said they are following federal guidelines.
What: RoboLase pre-engineered laser trimming system