inflection

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inflection

noun accent, accentuation, cadence, expression, intonation, modulation, pitch, stress, tone, voice change
Associated concepts: demeanor of a witness, polygraph test
See also: intonation, stress
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Eversheds has advised private equity house Inflexion on their acquisition of Reed & Mackay from ECI Partners LLP and Livingbridge LLP.
It was great to work with the Inflexion team again on their acquisition of Reed & Mackay, a business which operates in a sector that we and Inflexion know very well.
Redcar Development Trust chairman, the brains behind Inflexions, boxing coach Frankie Wales said: "Her time with us is over now but I'm sure she'll keep in touch.
One of the occupants of Inflexions, Glynis Darlow of jewellery firm Designed Silver, said Helen was "lovely".
It is demonstrated in Edwards [1992] that the mathematical formulation of the spline solution method and the structure of the solution itself are no different whether inflexions are present or not, the only distinction being that in one case the zero of the local spline function resides on the interpolating curve as an inflexion point, while in the other it is remote from the curve; in one case real rotations are possible at a real inflexion, while in the other the rotations are virtual.