complete induction


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complete induction

[kəm′plēt in′dək·shən]
(mathematics)
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Time to loss of eyelash reflex and time to complete induction was considerably lesser both clinically and statistically in sevoflurane group.
But now Sarah was ready to finish induction quickly, because her district sent her a letter stating that to move from one salary column to another she would need to complete induction for a Professional Clear Credential.
Moreover, Ross assumed Prior Analytics (B23) to pertain only to so called complete induction, which establishes a species in regard to a finite number of subspecies.
Incredible Value - With a retail price of just $1,999, Samsung offers a complete induction range with true convection and a warming drawer at the same price as some stand-alone induction cooktops.

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