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trace

(trās),
1. Evidence of the former existence, influence, or action of an object, phenomenon, or event.
2. An extremely small amount or barely discernible indication of something.
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TRACE

Cardiology A clinical trial–Trandolapril Cardiac Evaluation that evaluated the effect of an ACE inhibitor on the M&M of Pts with acute MI. See Acute myocardial infarction, Trandolapril Molecular medicine Trial of Genetic Assessment in Breast Cancer.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

trace

(tras) [O.Fr. tracier]
1. A very small quantity.
2. A visible mark or sign.

primitive trace

Synonym: primitive streak
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trace

(trās)
1. Evidence of former existence, influence, or action of an object, phenomenon, or event.
2. Extremely small amount or barely discernible indication of something.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Because the traced responsibility is rooted in the responsibility for the underlying incapacity, it might not be surprising if the traced responsibility inherited some of the features of the underlying incapacity.
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Since NS&I closed the Ordinary Account in January this year, there has been a 70 per cent increase in the total amount of money traced for these customers, rising from pounds 49,100 to pounds 84,300.
As I note in my review of the recent retrospective of his work at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York (see "What's New" at www.aristos.org/editors/booksumm.htm), Eakins preferred to work from life, and there exists no evidence that he traced from projected photographs in creating any of the portraits, or that he traced in any works at all after about 1885.
For example, if firearms recovered in a particular place were purchased by young, single mothers living on public assistance in a high-crime, source area, a pattern emerges after a number of traced recoveries.
Shade analyzers, for example, can specify that only load data addresses in a specific address range should be traced [Cmelik and Keppel 1994].
Variety is a quality to be cherished for it is the spice of invention, and difference is a mechanism of variety; so when we note that Murray Louis and Nikolais Dance provides something that nowadays is a little out of the ordinary in its feel for what was once known as expressionist dance, that is praise, indeed Not everything in our dance world has to be traced back to Martha Graham or George Balanchine.
Prior to this time, sex partners of persons with STDs were contact traced almost entirely by trained health department professionals.
By implementing the 'programmer model' of the machine exactly, real workloads (both operating system and applications) can be traced. By implementing a cycle-level model, not only CPU memory accesses, but phenomena such as system bus, I/O bus, processor and I/O cache and buffer activities can be traced in detail.