apparent dip

apparent dip

[ə′pa·rənt ′dip]
(geology)
Dip of a rock layer as it is exposed in any section not at a right angle to the strike.
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Now, those who did not heed the warning are crippled with embarrassment and an apparent dip in employee morale.
Cesc Fabregas voiced his support for Barcelona teammate Lionel Messi Wednesday in the wake of an apparent dip in form by the Argentina star.
The apparent dip of the sulfide horizon at TOC0717 is 67.
HEALTH chiefs in Coventry are puzzled over an apparent dip in the life expectancy of men in the city.
There were 101,200 offenders imprisoned in England and Wales compared with 106,300 the previous year, with an apparent dip in average sentences for robbery, which the Home Office said was due to a new "indeterminate" sentence being introduced.
Henry's apparent dip in form has had no noticeable effect on the Highbury club's title charge, and if he finds his goal touch against Bolton at the Reebok Stadium tonight, Arsenal will have one hand wrapped firmly around the Premiership trophy.
That's why they have won the title so many times," said United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, who claimed not to have too many worries about the apparent dip in form.
The apparent dip at 40 and 50 Hz is actually a bump in the reference speaker's performance (the "room resonance" that tends to feature in my listening notes on many speakers).
We believe that this has led to the apparent dip in work available in the last two quarters for us and for the other CROs.