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i. In detection by radar, the separation of one solid return into a number of individual returns that correspond to the various objects or structure groupings. This separation is contingent upon a number of factors, including range, beam width, gain setting, object size, and distance between objects.
ii. In imagery interpretation, the result of magnification or enlargement, which causes the imaged item to lose its identity and the resultant presentation to become a random series of tonal impressions.
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The 24-year-old actress said that she loves taking her girlfriends to dancing, away from their worries and makes it a point to be with them through their break-ups, Metro.
At times, certainly unpleasant, but that''s the nature of break-ups, I guess.
Includes break-up "spoofs" and cheeky content from comedians and essential lists such as Top Ways He Lets Us Down Easy, Red Flags, 10 Ways To Make You Feel Better After A Break Up and Things He Secretly Wants To Say To You Before A Break Up.
Multi-sector portfolio managers and analysts want our bottom-up research and top ideas as the Spinoff Calendar outlook for Break-ups is larger and more technical than ever" commented, Ryan Mendy, Chief Operating Officer of TSR.
Although break-ups are always painful, these are relationships that we don't expect to end.
AN exhibition designed to ease the painful process of divorce has been postponed until the New Year - because organisers want to capitalise on more marriage break-ups over Christmas.
There is no hard and fast recipe for a celebrity break-up, but these results underscore some of the compatibility challenges that are significantly magnified in the lives of celebrities," said Dr.
2005, The Spinoff Report (TSR) is the world's leading pre-event research specialist on Corporate Break-ups (Spinoffs).
The fundamental change in individual attitude and behaviour that is required is in our assumption that the way in which we conduct our private lives in relation to both the production and parenting of children or the break-up a parental relationship is a private matter which only affects the individuals directly concerned," he said.
The study shows we are now in National Break-Up Season, the period between the December holidays and Valentine's Day when people are more than twice as likely to think about breaking up than at any other time of the year.
This is possibly one of the most painful break-up times - you'd just begun to fall in love and he'd just started to lose interest.
It might be that the stress of the break-up led them to take up smoking, or that those in a stable marriage are more likely to quit.