accentuation


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accentuation

[ak‚sen·chə′wā·shən]
(electronics)
The enhancement of signal amplitudes in selected frequency bands with respect to other signals.
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Lichenification and follicular accentuation are more common in skin of color, as are hypopigmentation and/or hyperpigmentation.
The distribution of accentuation types inherent in the examined contingent was as follows:
However, progressive accentuation of tolerant attitudes by cohort comparisons only occurred in the honors college of the Arkansas university.
"It's an accentuation of our strategy," Pugh remarked.
Among the topics are syllable duration and sign structure in spontaneous Finnish sign language, two different intonation contours of Estonian jaajaa, the perception of phrase boundaries and prominent syllables in German, an acoustic study of accentuation in Estonian Swedish compounds, and postponed pitch reset as a device for indicating dependency between utterances.
A system of accentuation in the Mari language seems to be non-typical for Uralic languages, as Mari has variable but clearly definable stress.
Le style [beaucoup moins que]d'entraEneur[beaucoup plus grand que] exige une forte implication dans la gestion des taches, parallelement a une tres haute accentuation des qualites de soutien apporte aux employes.
Colours become distorted, with dulling of blues and accentuation of reds, yellow and oranges.
More serious are the many inaccuracies found in Greek quotations, especially with regard to accentuation, but also spelling mistakes, showing all too clearly that Young did not have his edition proofread.
Psychopathy and the accentuation of the nature of adolescent [Drug addiction (drug use) and adolescent drug addiction.
Mostly, the framework which the objectives of the study in question is related to, is: (1) The accentuation of the importance of teacher-student interaction during the learning process; (2) Spotting those factors which shape a positive attitude within the Greek primary school: To what extent, do these factors shape and are shaped by teacher-student interaction?