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in·den·ta·tion

(in'den-tā'shun),
1. The act of notching or pitting.
2. A notch.
3. A state of being notched.
[Mediev. L. indento, pp. -atus, to make notches like teeth, fr. L. dens (dent-), tooth]

indentation

(ĭn′dĕn-tā′shən)
n.
A notch, pit, or depression.

indentation

(ĭn″dĕn-tā′shŭn) [L. in, in, + dens, tooth]
A depression or hollow.
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Likewise, anything in indention format, invokes Al's metarule for reading, i.e., "Skip it." If you, the reader, feel motivated to skip what at a glance look like mere infodumps, you have thus empathetically entered the Millennial mindset of my aliterate students.
also developed a handheld portable indention system but with very high interrater and intrarater reliability (ICC values = 0.99) [4].
This of course renders the oft-heard arguments that: 1) a juridical bay can only exist if there is a recognizable indentation into the mainland or into the coast, or 2) that an indention can only gain bay status if the island can be assimilated to the mainland, likewise absurd.
Review teams are instructed to set aside for further inspection any ballots in which ink bled from one side to another or where an indention appeared because a voter pressed hard with a pen, Betschart said.
Printing the library names with a different font or indention would have made the text easier to read.
In the KNOOP hardness test the modeled shape is an elongated diamond as a result of the indention. An indenter leaves a different mark depending on the quality of the tested material.
The kinetic program of the experimental group kept in mind the homonym hemianopsia, so that for each exercise the patients' attention was directed towards the affected side with the indention of educating the use of the damaged visual field towards the direction of spatial hemineglect.
As used in indention theory, the results of elasticity modulus may be attributed to the layer's thickness.
Thus, the fits presented here are performed only for indention depths higher than t.
Victoria Abreo, alternative medicine editor for the website BellaOnline, says that anyone suffering from a tension headache can employ a simple acupressure technique to help relieve the pain: "With one hand, press the shallow indention in the back of the head at the base of the skull.
If you want the body to be more scientifically correct, have students create an indention to separate the two body parts.
Scroll down to view the hierarchical arrangement of MeSH terms, observing that with each indention to the right, the terms become progressively more specific (Figure 7).