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directional

1. Electronics
a. having or relating to an increased sensitivity to radio waves, sound waves, nuclear particles, etc., coming from a particular direction
b. (of an aerial) transmitting or receiving radio waves more effectively in some directions than in others
2. Physics Electronics
a. concentrated in, following, or producing motion in a particular direction
b. indicating direction

directional

In one direction. Contrast with omnidirectional.
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By analyzing this data, we were able to investigate the impact of directionality on editing procedures during the drafting and revision phases of the translation process.
By contrasting the effects of line and arrow primes, we teased apart the contributions of directionality and orientation on the horizontal bias.
There was a significant difference in directionality among all owls recaptured >100 km from banding site and all three regional groupings ([F.
Directionality involves forming a mental image of how one will get from one place to another.
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But at the same time he stresses that Dasein is spatial not because of its bodily nature, but because of its ability to transcend the things within the world, and to orient itself towards the world in a manner that is characterized by de-severance and directionality.
Jackendoff (1983) distinguishes between this configuration dimension and that of directionality (the path function, in his terminology).
Schloss provides a scientifically informed discussion of evolutionary directionality, suggesting that 'theological hope rather than calculative assurance' (349) is the proper response to the hints of directionality toward the emergence of creatures capable of compassion he detects.
I can't rule out the premeditated murder possibility or the defence's claims that the victim pushed the defendant during the argument because both these lead to the same wound directionality," explained Dr Fakhri.
In Physics VIII, Aristotle insists that things with natures have internal principles not only of motion, but also of rest or stability which evince some manner of controlled directionality (Ph 192b13-15; cf.
To address the aforementioned problems with "traditional" guided wave inspection, it is necessary to combine the amplitude information yielded from symmetric tests with directionality information obtained from focused tests.
Did the researchers consider the directionality of their links?

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