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ramp

(ramp),
In electrical recording, a uniformly rising level of voltage or current. If reset to 0 at regular intervals, it forms a sawtooth pattern that is used to provide the time sweep of a cathode ray oscilloscope beam; if it is reset to 0 by a periodic event (for example, the heart beat), the distance to the peak of each ramp represents the time between elapsed events.

DTL

A gene on chromosome 1q32 that encodes a substrate-specific adapter of a DCX (DDB1-CUL4-X-box) E3 ubiquitin-protein ligase complex, which is required for cell cycle control, DNA damage response and translesion DNA synthesis.
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For example, if using the ramp to get her in and out of the car, don't allow her to jump.
Heavy Duty Ramps has been in the ramp manufacturing business for 36 years.
A State bill passed in 2000 required MnDOT to study the effectiveness of ramp meters in the Twin Cities metropolitan area by conducting a field test to collect traffic data at specific ramps and along selected corridors within the region.
Building the ramp in place with long spans is a common DIY mistake.
Counter slopes of adjoining gutters and road surfaces immediately adjacent to the curb ramp not be steeper than 1:20
But in my head if you've never bothered to come visit me at my house before I had a ramp then maybe we're not really that good of friends.
The higher a ramp, the more -- a skateboarder will store at the top of it.
However, the 52,000-pound van's low ground clearance and the angle of the aircraft's loading ramp presented even greater challenges for loading the lab's van and tractor.
Godin, owner of Godin Enterprises, invented that better way - a patented, folding ramp, called the Get-In Ramp.
They came up with a design for ramps and steps that are built in sections, either on or off the site.
Similarly, the parallel of the Schinkel loggia, with staircases addressing a public square, and Meier's ramp-hall is suggested, with the more private spaces of the galleries layered behind this great public vestibule - an atrium which in turn gives spectacular views of the new piazza from both the ramps and the access passerelles that feed the linear gallery spaces.