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trace

(trās),
1. Evidence of the former existence, influence, or action of an object, phenomenon, or event.
2. An extremely small amount or barely discernible indication of something.

TRACE

Cardiology A clinical trial–Trandolapril Cardiac Evaluation that evaluated the effect of an ACE inhibitor on the M&M of Pts with acute MI. See Acute myocardial infarction, Trandolapril Molecular medicine Trial of Genetic Assessment in Breast Cancer.

trace

(tras) [O.Fr. tracier]
1. A very small quantity.
2. A visible mark or sign.

primitive trace

Synonym: primitive streak

trace

(trās)
1. Evidence of former existence, influence, or action of an object, phenomenon, or event.
2. Extremely small amount or barely discernible indication of something.
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The most important piece of tackle, which should be used at all times, is a steel wire trace to defeat the pike's powerful jaws and sharp teeth which can chomp through nylon with ease.
Tie your lure directly to the mono leader and let the lure itself serve as the wire trace. Don't use your best lures here, because after a few fish it will look like you dragged it on the pavement behind the car for a few miles--Spanish mackerel teeth are detrimental to the service life of a lure.
One of the most vital pieces of tackle in the pike fisher's armoury is a steel wire trace. A pike's strong jaws and sharp teeth will chomp through nylon and no-one wants such a magnificent fish to swim off with hooks in its mouth.
The key is to use a wire trace just long enough to avoid cutoffs, but not so long that it deters strikes or hinders casting.
He said: "As far as pike husbandry is concerned, the most important piece of tackle is a steel wire trace.
But you must have a wire trace because the pike's teeth will bite through nylon.
A lure rod and reel, a small selection of lures, wire traces, unhooking mat and tools with a long handled landing net.
Strong tackle and wire traces are needed since they take refuge among rocks where the line can be broken.
A heavy nylon trace is required for Smoothhounds - I'm not a fan of wire traces.