constant element

constant element

[′kän·stənt ′el·ə·mənt]
(industrial engineering)
Under a specified set of conditions, an element for which the standard time allowance should always be the same.
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But the dining out, being, as I have stated, a constant element, does not in the least affect a comparative statement like this.
Smith, the curmudgeonly frontman of The Fall whose ranting vocal style was the post-punk band's most constant element over four decades, died Wednesday, his manager said.
The national day of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a proud occasion for the country," he said, adding that "The history of Saudi Arabia is full of achievements as the constant element of advancement is development," he said.
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What gets us really in shape is the constant element of danger forcing us to react quicker--it is a unique strength
NNA - Minister of Information, Ramzi Jreij, on Monday underlined that democracy was a constant element of Lebanon's political legacy, despite the many crises.
In constant element case we assumed the value of "be constant at each point and equal to the value at the mid-node of the element.
No matter what else surrounds a murder, the constant element - and the element that makes it so bad - is that it involves someone killing someone else.
Whether he is discussing the politics of race or our intimate interactions with friends and family, the constant element in his teachings is his encouragement of compassion and mindfulness.
As the global competitiveness report we have just published shows--and more detailed analyses to be released shortly will confirm--there is a diversity in trajectories in different countries; however, the constant element is that there are immense opportunities for public-private partnerships and for the different stakeholders to act jointly and tackle long-term challenges.
She focuses on the final three centuries of the Republic, which witnessed important social, political, and economic changes in Rome, and during which sumptuary regulation seems to have been a constant element of the policy of the Roman oligarchy.

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