inaccuracy


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inaccuracy

(ĭn-ăk′ūr-ăsē)
Inexactness as a result of measurement error.
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The experimental research of the kinematical inaccuracy of the spiroid gear supposes to choose the way of kinematical inaccuracy evaluation, to product experimental equipment, to elaborate the experiment methodology and results evaluation.
TO ask for an inaccuracy to be corrected, phone 0141 309 3000, email readers editor@dailyrecord.
Motivated inaccuracy probably emerges most often in couples who avoid open conflict and rely on benevolent misconceptions about one another to maintain their relationship, Ickes holds.
a] = total allowable error, bias = allowable inaccuracy, CV = coefficient of variation or allowable imprecision, * = NCEP recommendation exceeds the operating imprecision.
While we appreciate your interest in M&G, I just wanted to alert you to a factual inaccuracy in the article ["Panorama," April 2005].
Along with saving compounders money by not overfeeding costly additives, K-Tron hopes it will also show up the inaccuracy of competing feeder brands.
January/February 2004 issue of the Humanist), contains a significant inaccuracy in its opening sentence: "The Dalai Lama, Tibet's spiritual and temporal leader in exile and the man Buddhists believe to be the fourteenth incarnation of the Buddha of Compassion .
I would hope you correct this particular inaccuracy in future articles and take care about these issues in the future.
Love's letter, the sole inaccuracy in the column is that she has been promoted from cochair to chair of the board of directors of CCAL.
The Rogan campaign called the inaccuracy an innocent typographical error.
After GLAAD's defamatory remarks were submitted to Salon, Minkowitz wrote GLAA and challenged them to name one inaccuracy in the piece.