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cycle

noun age, alternation, circle, circuit, consecution, course, eon, epoch, era, flow, period, recurrence, recurring period, regular return, regglarity of recurrence, repetitiveness, revolution, rotation, round, sequence, succession
See also: annum, frequency, life, sequence, succession
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Data from the molding cycle is sent wirelessly in real time to the K-paq receiver and to a computer for display.
Using tools such as life cycle analysis as well as some simple rules of thumb, designers can improve the environmental sustainability of an automobile.
This suggests that the next cycle will begin slightly late.
The next solar cycle depends on characteristics from as far back as 40 years previously--the sun has a magnetic memory;' she notes.
Another option is to alternate an all multi-joint cycle with an all single-joint cycle, thus performing two full cycles of each.
Kaufmann and colleagues found that the human Timeless protein interacted with both Cry2 (a confirmed circadian clock protein) and Chk1 kinase (a cell cycle checkpoint protein).
The law grants the inspecting professional preparing the Cycle 6 report absolutely no latitude regarding this Unsafe filing.
Note that the existence of a cycle implies the existence of a path.
I mention this because my personal relationship to Markopoulos and to his early films was inextricable from the overwhelming charge I felt watching the end of the first cycle the second night.
GPC Biotech has extensive expertise in the cell cycle field, and the issuance of this patent strengthens our position in this family of small molecule compounds that may be important in the area of cell cycle control and anti-cancer drug development," said Sebastian Meier-Ewert, Ph.
We enter the second creative cycle of our lives at around twelve years of age, what are commonly known as "the teen years.