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discriminator

[diskrim′inā′tər]
an electronic device capable of accepting or rejecting a pulse of energy on the basis of the pulse's amplitude. It is used to separate low-energy from high-energy radionuclides.
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It is acknowledged that accurate triage is compromised when using EWSs without considering clinical discriminators such as purpuric rash and dehydration.
A significant Category x Discriminator interaction was found for ZM activity, F(1, 55) = 14.
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When using high Q cavities or bandpass filters for measurement offsets well within the passband, the group delay of the filter makes this method similar to the delay line discriminator.
Second, the composite technophobia measure appeared as a discriminator for all 11 popular consumer technology devices.
Raising-or even maintaining the current appraisal threshold of $100,000, below which a licensed certified appraiser is not required endangers the health of our nation's financial institutions and eliminates a important consumer protection, particularly for those individuals who may be subject to improper discriminator lending practices," Fountain explained.
Though HIV showed up in every medical category from psychiatry and violent assault to obstetrics and gynecology, age proved a strong discriminator.
RAMPS will be a safety discriminator for UAS Center offerors.
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When you install the M3, make sure the discriminator is properly installed in place of the front cartridge guide.
I wasn't looking for aptitude in the traditional sense; everyone around here is tremendously smart, so intelligence is not exactly a useful discriminator.