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echo

verb copying, duplication, imitation, reecho, reflect, repeat, repetition, resound, return, reverberate, reverberation
Associated concepts: a circuit court decision echoing annther circuit of the US Court of Appeals
See also: agree, concur, copy, image, imitate, mock, reflection, reiterate, repeat, repercussion
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In addition, they generally increase with age, as (http://mashable.com/2015/01/27/brain-fart-science/#NRJ9bOPh6OqL) factors such as aging, sleep deprivation, anxiety and alcohol can all play a role, although even children can experience occasional brain blips.
Derived from the physical understanding of the blip stall phenomenon a representative vehicle from the single cylinder segment is chosen.
To take advantage of CA model, this study proposed a three-lane CA model to study the influence of V2V-based BLIP on urban traffic flow.
Barry Williams, Asda chief merchandising officer for food, and chair of the CBI distributive trades survey panel, said: "Although the high street recovery stalled this month, there is optimism that it was just a blip on the previous run of three months' growth."
As a result of the growing number of viral blip studies and data surrounding these transient events, the 2009 DHHS guidelines and similarly, the 2008 IAS-USA guidelines, define an incomplete virologic response as "two consecutive plasma HIV RNA > 400 copies/mL after 24 weeks or above the limit of assay detection by 48 weeks on an antiretroviral regimen." Virologic rebound is defined as repeated detection of HIV-1 RNA above the assay limit of quantification (eg, > 50 copies/mL) after virologic suppression.".
But apart from a blip in their 40s, sleep quality improved consistently over a person's lifetime."Even if sleep among older Americans is actually worse than in younger adults, feelings about it still improve with age.
BAFFLED Billy Reid claimed Hamilton were an embarrassment at times against Hearts - and he fears last week's crash at Aberdeen was more than just a blip.
A huge increase in the number of children permanently expelled from Birmingham schools is an unexplainable one-off blip, education chiefs have insisted.
** BISHOP, Eamonn (text) Sheila Stones (illus.) The Winter Ball ISBN 9780980645903; Blip and Bloop ISBN 9780980645934 32pp
They battered Villa but lost - and when you look at the loss to Wigan (9-1 losers to Spurs last week), it has to be put down as a blip.
The wireless and wireline communications services company said it has worked with social media companies Facebook Connect, Twitter and ESPN, as well as video sharing sites Veoh, blip.tv and Dailymotion to create a converged Internet-to-television experience enabling FiOS TV subscribers to connect with others while watching TV, as well as search and view online, personal PC-based videos on their TV screens.
The best way to describe Blip.fm (http://blip.fm) is probably as mp3 player meets Twitter.