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fading

(fād′ing)
1. In electronics, signal attenuation.
2. Gradual loss of strength or intensity; degeneration.
3. In education, the stepwise withdrawal of instructional prompts to determine whether a student can perform a new skill on his own.
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Centella asiatica is in a number of over-the-counter skin creams for stretch marks, but there's little proof it helps to fade them.
Changes to the terms of the full and unconditional guarantee from the Spanish government could affect the ratings of FADE bonds.
Akin says that his experiences in both "The Cut" and "Goodbye Berlin" played a major role for his work in "In the Fade." The contrast between the productions reminded him that his specialty is telling stories of simple people, exposing their emotional baggage and infusing their narratives with drama.
In contrast, it has been verified that reductions of [M.sub.1] and [M.sub.2] presynaptic muscarinic receptors activity by atropine decreased (~ 18%) the cisatracurium-induced Fade (50 Hz, T = 15 min).
"This song makes my ears bleed,"Ceis just one of the messages Fade received from punters not quite as enamoured with the two-minute tune.
This section focuses on the dynamic characteristics of attenuation, in particular fade duration and fade slope.
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IMPORTANT - accompanying the later stage of meningitis is a distinctive red or purple rash that does not fade if you press it.
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To maintain the category's momentum, Biocosmetic Research Labs has launched Black Opal fade systems.
Firstly, if you can hit the ball straight from a neutral position, it is much easier to then change a few minor things, which enables you to draw or fade the ball.
(A trader would fade the move in the opposite direction if the initial move was to the downside.) Oftentimes the fading strategy is employed by fundamental traders after a news announcement that strongly moves a currency pair in one direction or the other.