activity series


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activity series

[ak′tiv·əd·ē ‚sir·ēz]
(chemistry)
A series of elements that have similar properties—for example, metals—arranged in descending order of chemical activity.
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And then there are the ones like Friday The 13th, Saw, Resident Evil and the very recent Paranormal Activity series, which add no value to the franchise but rake in enough money for the studios to churn out one of these films at regular intervals, each one worse than its predecessor.
Presentations, lectures and Summer school workshops and practical activity series.
comes an exciting new activity series from Texas Instruments (TI) and Sanford Health called "STEM Behind Health.
Lee I-M, Shiroma EJ, Lobelo F, puska P, Blaire SN, Katzmarzyk PT, Lancet Physical Activity Series Working Group (2012) Effect of physical inactivity on major non-communicable diseases worldwide: an analysis of burden of disease and life expectancy.
Devoid of nudity, gore and obscene dialogue, PG-13 films like the Paranormal Activity series and the first Last Exorcism eschew graphic violence for mood and minor scares -- perfect for Friday-night mall outings without Mom and Dad.
As the success of the Paranormal Activity series showed, audiences still have an appetite for simple scares, with a back-to-basics approach, first explored by the Blair Witch Project, proving a huge hit att he box office.
To mitigate any effects, therefore, of secular growth in volume, we first generate a "detrended" activity series by deducting 100-day moving average from the original series.
The Bank of Guatemala, after all, offers an index of economic activity series going back to 1997.
If so, look for features such as Automated Process (on Goldmine) or Activity Series (on ACT
7) The Brookings Papers on Economic Activity series has been published since 1970 by the Brookings Institution in Washington (and added an additional micro policy meeting and issue in 1988), while the Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series has been published since 1976 by North-Holland.
The new monthly series replaces both t he major activity series, which was published in Employment and Earnings, and the annual series on school enrollment, published from the October CPS supplement.