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defect

Crystallog a local deviation from regularity in the crystal lattice of a solid

Defect

In lumber, an irregularity occurring in or on wood that will tend to impair its strength, durability, or utility value.

defect

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(science and technology)
An irregularity that spoils the appearance or impairs the usefulness or effectiveness of an object or a material by causing weakness or failure.

defect

In wood, a fault that may reduce its durability, usefulness, or strength.

defect

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Table-III: Response of participants regarding myths and misconceptions in ASD.
2020 represents the first time ASD will offer a pre-K programme for three-year-olds, laying the foundation to prepare future-ready students.
Venues like movie theaters and amusement parks offer "sensory-friendly" days for individuals with ASD and their families.
After release of device, detailed echocardiography was performed to confirm satisfactory closure of ASD (fig-1).
"In addition to targeting social and communication concerns, clinicians should also focus on assessing and treating affective symptoms in young children with ASD with the hope of ameliorating the severity of comorbid disorders so common in ASD."
Those in the first group were conventionally diagnosed with ASD, while the second group was made up of children classed as developing typically.
Apart from its accreditation being suspended, ASD also faces smuggling charges.
By pairing these new antennas with our state-of-the-art technology, we can continue to provide the outstanding performance that customers expect from us on a broader and deeper product offering," said Andre Jones, vice president for business development for CPI ASD.
According to the researchers, including Dheeraj Rai from the University of Bristol in UK, mental health problems, including depression, are considered common in people with ASD.
Though many people with ASD have GI issues, the cause is not known, but recent research from our lab is beginning to shine some light on potential underlying causes.
The Stats Wales website recorded a 360% increase in ASD children in Welsh schools, from 1,478 in 2004 to 5,327 in 2016.
Despite the strides made in properly diagnosing and treating children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), little research explores crime and autism or adult outcomes for those with ASD.