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size

[sīz]
(materials)
Materials used to surface-treat textiles, papers, and leathers; examples are starch, gelatins, casein, water-soluble gums, and waxes. Also known as sizing.
(mathematics)
The number of edges of a graph.
For a test of a hypothesis, the probability of a type I error.

size

1. Same as sizing.
2. To work a material to specified dimensions.

sizing, size

A liquid which is applied over wood, plaster, or other porous surface to fill the pores; reduces the absorption of a subsequently applied adhesive or coating; used to prepare the surface for finishing or to serve as a base for subsequent coatings.
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Standard features: Two- or three-station rotary table with oscillating capability; four screw sizes per model; single-point-adjustable injection centerline.
Focus on qualitative methods: Sample sizes in qualitative research.
The board at last week's meeting approved the smaller class sizes for third grade.
In further studies the researchers found that femur-head sizes accurately predict sex and overall body size in people, chimps, and gorillas.
APPLICATION: The ability to predict the final drop size from spray properties makes it possible to better control the location of the combustion processes and char-bed formation in kraft recovery boilers.
According to Vacha-Haase and Thompson (2004) the following three major types of effect size indicators can be utilized in psychological research: standardized differences, variance accounted for effects, and corrected effect sizes.
If they've got a broad cross section of material types and sizes, I would definitely recommend that they equip the loader with a coupler, so they can go back and forth between a couple of different bucket sizes or to a fork and top clamp.
Thus, in the fall, winter, and summer groups, herbicide-induced preimplantation loss could not have occurred; therefore, the reported reduced implantations and reduced litter sizes in the absence of an increase in resorptions was an effect that simply could not be the result of herbicide exposure.
Presently, cluster sizes are believed to be about 10 nm to 15 nm, but accurate knowledge of the size distribution and even the average size is lacking.
Three main pore sizes can be used: #10 (coarse), #15 (medium), and #25 (fine) (Fig.
Just think of all the dynamite department store options in women's sizes.