inclination


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inclination

noun affinity, aptitude, aptness, bent, bias, cast, direction, fondness, inclinatio, leaning, liking, partiality, penchant, predilection, predisposition, prejudice, proclivity, proneness, propensity, slant, studium, tendency, voluntas
Foreign phrases: Judicium redditur in invitum, in praeeumptione legis.In presumption of law, a judgment is given against one's inclination. Favores ampliandi sunt; odia restringenda. Favorable inclinations should be ennouraged, animosities should be restrained.
See also: affection, affinity, amenability, animus, aptitude, bias, character, characteristic, choice, color, complexion, conatus, conviction, course, design, desire, direction, disposition, favor, habit, instinct, intent, notion, partiality, penchant, perspective, persuasion, point of view, position, posture, preconception, predilection, predisposition, preference, prejudice, proclivity, propensity, regard, stand, standpoint, tendency, will
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The relative load distribution between the medial and lateral compartments of the knee joint was measured for the numerical models with a UKA in the different postoperative lower limb alignment and tibial tray inclination configurations.
3-5 show the instantaneous variation during each day of the solar time, filling ratio, inclination angle and the hot water mass flow rate of the wickless heat pipe evacuated tube solar collector (HP-ETSC).
This study seeks to relate the transversal maxillomandibular discrepancy with the buccolingual inclination of first maxillary and mandibular permanent molars in a population of patients aged 10 to 16 years, by means of CBCT.
As the ball-end milling process involves complex tool and envelope geometry caused by the cutting edge [5], it is easier to use an end mill tool to describe the tool-axis inclination error.
Koyoumdjisky(23) measured the inclination of the anterior wall of the fossa and obtained a mean value of 47.
Wilcoxon signed rank test when applied showed no statistically significant change in the rank of volar tilt, while significant changes in the rank of radial height and radial inclination were noted (Table-3).
The eleventh year of life is considered a limiting year since, most often, at 12 years of age all permanent teeth, except the wisdom teeth, have grown; therefore after the extraction of teeth, the movement of agonists may be expected, which is the result of their inclination.
ABIA measures absolute inclination at the bit and transmits it via EM electromagnetic transmission to the ParaTrack 2 probe integrated into the bit box of the mud motor.
Upper and lower limit switches are employed to prevent excess inclination or damage to the unit.
On a cognitivist theory of emotion, in contrast to this common reading of Kant's view, duty might require us to shape our sensible nature in such a way that an inclination like sympathy helps us identify and perform actions with moral worth.
The change of the vertically mounted optic fibre inclination (3) is registered in the fixed periods of time [t.