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inverted

adjective Referring to a foot, or part thereof, which is tilted in the frontal plane, so the plantar surface faces toward the midline of the body and away from the transverse plane, or another specified reference point
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Average feeding intake (mL), average beeswax construction area ([cm.sup.2]) and average beeswax production (g) in the different treatments (control, sugar-cane juice, sugar syrup and inverted sugar) in Apis melifera.
Based on the above analysis and discussion, this thesis will carry the fuzzy modeling and control on inverted pendulum system of complex nonlinear term.
This time around, the USPS put a $2 face value on the Inverted Jenny, and, working from the original plates, printed them in sheets of six stamps, upside-down.
A compact low-cost UWB asymmetric inverted cone ring monopole antenna has been proposed in this paper.
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After Google searches for "inverted yield curve" spiked in 2005, searches for the term entered a lull for over a decade until December 2018.
After positioning the flap in inverted manner over the macular hole, standard fluid air gas (GOT Multi C3F8 - pure octafluoropropane gas.
The last five times the 2-year and 10-year have inverted they have been followed by a recession.
An inverted yield curve has preceded every recession since 1960.
The San Francisco Fed's research department argues that every recession in the past sixty years has been preceded by an inverted yield curve.
Witec has launched the Alpha300 Ri inverted Raman microscope.
Fed's Bullard remains worried about an inverted yield curve, and frets over a Fed-instigated one at that.