dieresis


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Related to dieresis: diaeresis, Diæresis

so·lu·tion of con·ti·nu·i·ty

division of bones or soft parts that are normally continuous, as by a fracture, a laceration, or an incision.
Synonym(s): dieresis

so·lu·tion of con·ti·nu·i·ty

(sŏ-lū'shŭn kon'ti-nū'i-tē)
Division of bones or soft parts that are normally continuous, as by a fracture, a laceration, or an incision.
Synonym(s): dieresis.
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The variables studied were initial and final weight, fluid intake during the five hours of recovery and then at home, dieresis during the five hours of recovery and subsequent dieresis of each athlete at home (at 12 hours).
De hecho, la semejanza con los resultados de la dieresis bifurcatoria es clara.
voiced obstruents, such as [b, d, g, dz, d3], are not represented, except in Spanish loans, (ii) the vowels are represented in the same way as introduced by INEA using dieresis for special vowel qualities, as in a, e, o, u, rather than IPA symbols, (iii) Spanish orthography serves as the basis for the palatalized affricate, represented as <ch>, and for the glottal fricative, written as <j>, (iv) Spanish loans are represented in their original orthography, (v) suprasegmental palatalization is written with a palatal glide <y> following the palatalized consonant, (vi) long vowels are represented by two consecutive vowels, and (vii) the glottal stop is written as an apostrophe.
The most common diacritics are: acute, grave, circumflex, dieresis and tilde (present in all major cultures: French, Spanish and German).
The following points should be considered when evaluating the literature examining the effects of caffeine-induced dieresis: (i) Are the results reported based on resting data?