And, without even alluding to it, "Return to Zero
" also teaches the wisdom of delivering a child, rather than aborting her, when a couple learns that their unborn child may not survive until birth or live only hours after delivery.
During this time, she also wrote, illustrated and published her own book "Dream of a return to zero
" and sold more than 1,000 copies in Japan, Spain and Germany.
How many times have you heard the statement, "These mounts return to zero
If the transmission does not return to zero
then starting the engine without disconnect could be difficult.
In that film, a sign made with a zero and three lines is the symbol of a future world but also a symbol for the return to zero
. Eshun and his Otolith Group collaborator Anjalika Sagar have imported Godard's symbol into their most recent book, along with its attendant questions: Is "more" actually "less"?
Leaking 18 tries at Sedgeley Park, Thunder slipped up 94-0 to complete their campaign unable to return to zero
The measurement range provided is [+ or -]2 mm; the resolution is <0.1[micro]m; the stiffness is 1.2 N/mm; and the return to zero
is <0.002 mm.
It may be used for inline 2R regeneration of RZ (return to zero
) signals in high-speed, optical network applications.
For bending-beam type torque wrenches, the pointer should automatically return to zero
Abbreviation of Carrier Suppressed Return to Zero
Differential Quadrature Phase Shift Keying.
The Bank now expects it to return to zero
in less than twoyears.
This occurs because the diaphragm cannot return to zero
. In severe cases, no output occurs, or the output does not change with an increase in pressure.