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triggering

The initiation of a mechanically generated breath after the detection of a change in airway pressure, after a change in air flow, or after an alteration in the flow wave form.
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The way he is triggering the release changes his angles and throws off the shot.
transferor must enter into a GRA, under which it agrees to include in income any gain realized, but not recognized, on the initial transfer of the stock or securities (plus interest), if certain triggering events occur within five years following the transfer year; see Regs.
Triggering events that cause a mandatory or optional buyout.
a leading worldwide provider of test, measurement and monitoring instrumentation, today announced the availability of its new Pinpoint(TM) triggering system on the TDS7000B Series Digital Phosphor Oscilloscopes (DPO), previously available only for the TDS6000B Series oscilloscopes.
This would allow facilities more flexibility to expand without triggering NSR.
I think it's clearer that that action would do it,'' Lynch said of triggering the City Charter provision.
One facility I know of claimed that its software was triggering 12 RAPs, but when the information was pulled together in the appropriate combinations, they were in fact triggering only six RAPs.
When used in combination with the DECOMSYS::BUSDOCTOR 2 protocol analyzer, Agilent's FlexRay option for the 6000 Series mixed signal oscilloscopes offers a robust set of FlexRay frame, slot and error triggering, including the ability to trigger on specific FlexRay communications qualified on base-cycle and cycle-repetition.
1503-2(g)(2)(iii)(A), a (g)(2)(i) agreement provides that if there is a triggering event during the 15-year period following the year in which the DCL occurs (the certification period), the DCL must be recaptured in income, and there is an interest charge on the deferral.
In the improbable circumstance that both triggering events transpire, the financial consequences could be devastating to the insured.
To achieve such rapid triggering, Back and his coworkers tapped a well-established phenomenon that enabled their brief magnetic-field pulse to induce lingering effects.
They suspect stress might be involved in either triggering Alzheimer's or making it worse.