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2] Due to manufacturing imperfections, the diameter of a workpiece is incompletely defined and this can lead to "methods divergence problems" where different measuring instruments yield significantly different results.
Despite the efforts of various investigators, the precise neuronal mechanisms of tinnitus remain incompletely understood.
The typical reptilian heart, with its incompletely divided ventricle and double aorta, is quite functional at separating oxygenated and deoxygenated blood.
cepacia complex infection in humans is incompletely understood, the threat posed by the inclusion of this species in biopesticides and bioremedial products is difficult to quantify.
The sixteenth-century Magnificat, with its idiosyncratic ties to the Catholic liturgy's declining but persistent medieval system of eight church modes, reveals tonal relationships particularly in the Magnificats of Tone Seven - that help illuminate the faceted polyphonic application of the still incompletely understood modal system.
There were incompletely installed engines in the shop with parts hanging from them, which in itself is not alarming, but there was no paperwork anywhere to document what was supposed to be happening with the engines.
of fontaine spring, filter) is "a soft spot, such as one of the membrane-covered spaces (fonticuli cranii [NA]) remaining in the incompletely ossified skull of a fetus or infant.
Carbon monoxide (CO) is an invisible, odorless, colorless gas created when fossil fuels (such as gasoline, wood, coal, propane, oil, and methane) burn incompletely.
Bush knows that in these heavily Democratic counties, the machine rejection rate of (typically) 2 percent to 5 percent due to incompletely punched ballots will result in a clear Gore victory when these ballots are counted manually.
This study suggests that many people develop resistant microbes during the last 4 months of treatment and are incompletely cured after 6 months, Heifets says.
The book explores - both in theory and application - the full range of traditional methodologies as well as many of the newly proposed and sometimes still incompletely developed alternatives.
Reports by US Borax after the cessation of mining indicated that the property still contains more than 4 million tons of shallow sulfide mineralization grading approximately 2 ounces of silver per ton, incompletely drilled with vertical holes.