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TRANSMISSION, civ. law. The right which heirs or legatees may have of passing to their successors, the inheritance or legacy to which they were entitled, if they happen to die without having exercised their rights. Domat, liv. 3, t. 1, s. 10; 4 Toull. n. 186; Dig. 50, 17, 54; Code, 6, 51.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The experimental resonance frequencies (i.e., the natural frequencies) were obtained by analyzing the transmissibility curves (Figure 6) and considering the frequencies that resulted in greater transmissibility.
Transmissibility has been put forward in a lot of applications such as force reconstruction, FRF estimation and damage identification with referable reviews [6-7].
Based on (19), the vertical vibration force transmissibility of the new vibration absorber is shown in Figure 5, in which the dash line is an unstable solution.
Caption: Figure 7: Frequency domain response comparisons of coupling and decoupled half-car suspensions: (a) acceleration transmissibility of half-car body center [T.sub.g]; (b) RMS of pitch angular acceleration [a.sub.[theta]]; (c) acceleration transmissibility of front quarter-car suspension [T.sub.sf] ; (d) acceleration transmissibility of rear quarter-car suspension []; (e) travel transmissibility of front quarter- car suspension [T.sub.df] ; and (f) travel transmissibility of rear quarter-car suspension [T.sub.dr].
And on Page 7, learn what scientists have discovered about the transmissibility of the Ebola virus.
The force data will be used to plot transmissibility graph and finally to validate the analytical and FE results.
The WHO said the recent increase in numbers of infections does not suggest a "significant change in the transmissibility of the virus".
The assistance is being given in order to determine the transmission chain of the recent clusters and whether there is any evolving risk that may be associated with the current transmissibility pattern of the virus, said the regional World Health Organisation (WHO) office in a statement on Wednesday.