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Truncated

Forms that have been cut off at one end, usually the apex, often with a plane parallel to the base.
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With the company's newest online store, individual consumers and corporate buyers have direct access to ADA Sign Depot's stock and custom-made ADA compliant Braille tactile signage, truncated domes, and handicap parking signs.
The purpose of this study is to obtain a new method for the determination of hypothesis test of model conformity between multivariate nonparametric truncated spline regression influenced by spatial heterogeneity versus multivariate nonparametric truncated spline regression in general.
Recently, Gu [23] defined truncated Hankel operator (THO) as the compression of Hankel operator to invariant subspaces for the backward shift and proved a number of algebraic properties of them.
Colwyn Bay's Victoria Pier, which was damaged by Storm Doris earlier this year, will be demolished and could be replaced by a 'truncated pier'
To maximize the benefits of the truncated piles, the depth of truncation [C.sub.x] is a key parameter.
The truncated shape was the most commonly found (49 %), followed by nodular (26.5 %) and triangular (23.3 %) shapes.
A full cone (A) extends from beneath the eye to the back of the throat, while a truncated cone (B), extends from beneath the eye to the front opening of the mouth.
In the present study, apoptosis and cell viability in the condition of ERS, activating transcription factor 4 (ATF4) (UPR biomarker) and light chain 3 (LC3) turnover (marker of autophagy) were detected in human oligodendrocyte cell line transfected with missense, deletion or truncated mutations that influence eIF2B?
The truncated shape of the tanks is designed to help force the cap down during fermentation and rack and returns.
The truncated power-law model, in which the power-law model is terminated at the limiting Newtonian viscosities, has been applied to this situation without sacrificing the power-law equations for one-dimensional flow [5, 10, 11].