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width

 [width]
the extent of something from side to side.
pulse width the duration of a pacing impulse, usually expressed in milliseconds.

width

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Wideness; the distance from one side of an object or area to the other.
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TABLE 1: PROVIDES DETAIL OF MEAN ARCH WIDTHS OF ALL ANGLE'S MALOCCLUSIONS GROUPS
The distance from the crest of marginal gingiva to mucogingival junction was measured by using a divider and the depth of the sulcus in the mid buccal region was measured with the help of a William's periodontal probe to get the width of attached gingiva of incisors, premolars and first molar (a total of 12 teeth) of right quadrant of maxillary and mandibular region.
Recently introduced with 10 specifications, including semi-gloss, cast gloss and matte litho papers, MDO and BOPP films, along with laser film products, Fasson Ready Width fills the demand for smaller volume specialty items in narrow width configurations.
where [GAMMA] is the average width of resonances and D is the typical spacing between J = 1 resonances, and the following order of magnitude estimates apply: [a.
In addition to the larger width of the drum magnets, Eriez recommended additional customization, as well, Gedgaudas says.
The few wide width models available are made with an extra-wide upper on a regular-width bottom or outsole.
This operation is dependent on individual drive capacity, formatted transfer rate, and stripe width (the number of drives in the stripe) and can take many hours to perform.
Channel width for the unwrapped barrier charts is measured perpendicular to the flight, not circumferentially.
To illustrate, for the case of five rip widths arranged on a 24-inch arbor, there are over a million possible combinations of saw spacings.
The predicted arch widths in the first premolar and molar regions were estimated with the formula proposed by Pont.