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greater than

(character)
">" ASCII character 62.

Common names: ITU-T: greater than; ket ("<" = bra); right angle; right angle bracket; right broket. Rare: into, toward; write to; blow ("<" = suck); gozinta; out; zap (all from Unix I/O redirection); INTERCAL: right angle.

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pH at various ripening stages pH of pollinated fruit was found to be greater than non-pollinated and it increases in all five stages and six cultivars from 1st to 5th stage of sampling.
I have been teaching this content for 25 years and would define the above measurements as follows: (1) tachycardia is greater than 100/min; (2) normal PR interval is equal to or less than 0.
The decline in the odds that minors who became pregnant 3-6 months before their 18th birthday would have an abortion after enforcement of the parental notification law began was 23% greater than the decline among 18-year-olds, and the increase in their odds of having a second-trimester abortion was 34% greater than that among 18-year-olds.
This was particularly true if the dose of atorvastatin was greater than 10 mg daily.
Having abnormal blood lipid levels, such as high density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol less than 35 mg/dL or triglycerides greater than 250 mg/dL.
The results of CFT for Q fever were total antibody titers to phase-II antigen [is greater than or equal to] 1:80 (threshold [is greater than or equal to] 1:10).
Price 1 Day Ago greater than Price 2 Days Ago (Recent-1D greater than Recent-2D)
In this screen, I'm looking for each of last seven quarters of earnings to be greater than the previous quarter's earnings.
I want each of the last two Quarter over Quarter % EPS Growth periods to be greater than the previous periods.
36 % chance that damage from Ernesto will be greater than $25 million.
The copper anomaly (greater than 400 ppm with spot highs greater than 2000 ppm and as high as 3340 ppm) has been expanded to 3.

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