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tuning

An MRI term for the process of adjusting the transmitter and receiver circuitry on an MR scanner so that it provides optimal signal performance at the Larmor frequency. A properly tuned scanner produce images with higher signal-to-noise ratios and is more diagnostically versatile.

tun·ing

(tūning)
Adjusting the length of the stroke made by an electronically powered dental instrument.
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(24) The tune was originally incorporated in a production called "The Beggar's Wedding, a New Opera, as it is Acted at the Theatre in Dublin with great Applause: and at the Theatre in the Hay Market, London" (Fleischmann et al.
Adaptive tune is ideal where a tuning expert is not available because it applies "built-in" expertise.
'With a bouquet of over 50,000 music genres, from modern day music to the songs of yester-years, Glo caller tunes service is set to provide entertainment and fun for all ages', the statement stated.
'I was not there, but my family did not beat up my son,' said Tune.
Fiddle tune transcription is a tricky business, and there is the question of consciously, or even inadvertently, adding in some level of personal interpretation.
Thereby the organ could be programmed to tune itself at specific dates or tuned by starting the process from a smartphone from anywhere.
Tune Group's core businesses are in aviation, hospitality, insurance, telecommunications, education, mobile money and automotive technology, which include their airline AirAsia, and its long-haul flight counterpart AirAsia X.
Tune.pk is Pakistan's largest video sharing website with a motive to entertain its users with a variety of videos.
As per the Godrej Tweet a tune contest, Godrej is asking consumers to provide tweets and one liners while bands and artists exclusively from Songdew can use their creative power and musical command to create a tune of their own with the tweet.
Now Tune Hotels is promising potential guests 5-star beds at great value prices, with travellers available to take on rooms from just PS15 a night through an earlybird booking scheme.
"It is used for the preliminary competitions and there could be up to 15 competitors so it could see as much use as two or three concerts and that has to be kept in perfect tune too," said Ian.
Every bow hunter should tune his bow and get all necessary equipment long before the season opens.