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truncated

[trung′kātid]
1 amputated from the trunk.
2 cut across at right angles to the long axis.

truncated

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The truncated Pareto distribution describes the empirical crater SFD quite accurately over the whole interval of D values available.
To do so, volume calculations must be done with the feeding mechanism at rest and at maximum expansion (Note: an extension is shown to help you find the area of the truncated cone).
The improvement in the truncated power-law model proposed here will be called the local power-law model.
As mentioned before, we created 14 different truncated structures (Table 1), namely 2 to 12b and compared them with full length FHIT (Structure 1, Table 1) to recognize the most critical regions of FHIT involved in the interaction with MDM2 and p53 and also evaluate trimeric interaction complex.
Due to the L-shaped slot truncated on the ground plane, the patterns do not have higher directivity in +Z direction.
In this work, the truncated pyramidal microwave absorber has 1 cm width x 1 cm length surface at the top of the pyramid.
The terms detectable warning and truncated dome detectable warnings are used to describe the domed pattern of the walking surface, as specified in the ADAAG (4.
Theorem 3 The number of standard truncated tableaux of shape [n.
The current study demonstrates a new application for Sulindac as a potential anti-cancer treatment that targets truncated RXRa protein in tumors.
If a log backup hasn't been done, transaction log will never be truncated and it will always expand when it becomes full.
Apart from that, there was little encouragement for the home attack on an easy-paced wicket until the final session of a truncated day when they claimed three wickets in 14 overs.