absolute moment

absolute moment

[¦ab·sə‚lüt mō·mənt]
(mathematics)
The n th absolute moment of a distribution f (x) about a point x0 is the expected value of the n th power of the absolute value of x - x0
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We had a few good chances on the break ourselves where we could have extended the lead, but we couldn't get that second goal and five minutes to go they got the equaliser, but an absolute moment of pure quality from Yeatesy has won us the game.
CAMEROON'S Alex Song was sent off on Wednesday night in their clash with Croatia in what can only be described as an absolute moment of madness.
For Mahindra, it s an absolute moment of pride that we have been chosen by the Government of Nepal to strengthen India-Nepal ties and enable one of the most important hallmarks in the history of Nepal, the Constituent Assembly elections which are to be held in November 2013.
Real time also allows a kind of permanent referendum, leading the author to emphasize the importance of voting as an absolute moment of democratic sovereignty to preserve.
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I always liked home recordings, they were raw but more importantly they were done in the absolute moment when you were thinking of it.
The central questions which Augustine addressed in The City of God were of absolute moment to him and to his contemporaries.
Hegelian historicism reconciles absolute truth with total historical contextualization by positing an absolute moment in which history becomes transparent to itself through the speculative activity of the philosopher.
But then Macca comes up with the absolute moment of brilliance.
The judge said the victims were "trapped in what must have been absolute moments of terror", Accused: 43, denies and described the "incalculable loss" to their loved ones - but reminded the jury to disregard feelings of compassion when reaching their verdict.