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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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com distributes a large array of compliant truncated domes products from top-line manufacturers.
The truncated Pareto distribution describes the empirical crater SFD quite accurately over the whole interval of D values available.
The parameters for the truncated power-law or local power-law models in the slots and cavities are determined based on perfect flow and used in the equations for the departure from perfect flow.
Considering the shape and electrostatic energies, FHIT truncated forms 9 ([beta]5-7, [alpha]l), 9b([beta]5-7, [alpha]l) and 11 ([alpha]l) interact with MDM2 optimized part at lower total energy and the interaction of FHIT with p53 optimized part is better for structures 6 ([beta]4-7, [alpha]l), 9 ([beta]5-7, [alpha]l) and 5 ([beta]3-7, [alpha]l) based on total energy (Table 2).
1] resonant mode can be easily controlled by the size of truncated slot.
Figure 5 shows the schematic diagram of the truncated pyramidal microwave absorber with the corresponding EC-SRR and source port location.
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.
Figure 4 shows the top view of the truncated horn antenna in terms of [A.
Although all classic swine sequences have a truncated PB1-F2 (in-frame stop codons after 11, 24, and 35 codons), the early human isolates (H1N1 sequences from 1918 through 1947) have an intact PB1-F2.
These truncated arrangements generally utilize only two of the usual four 16-bar strains from the original rags.