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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The distribution of accentuation types inherent in the examined contingent was as follows:
Thus, according to the obtained data, 68% of patients with hypertension and 63% with coronary artery disease have the emotive type of accentuation.
A phrase is practically a musical sentence; there must be proper accentuation of certain notes which are meant to stand out, and there must be various degrees of force, otherwise the passage will be without meaning.
In analysing the words of a song it must be borne in mind that nearly every sentence is susceptible of varying treatment as regards its accentuation.
Psychopathy and the accentuation of the nature of adolescent [Drug addiction (drug use) and adolescent drug addiction.
The principle of accentuation in formal education may be stated conditionally as follows: "If students initially having certain characteristics choose a certain setting (a college, a major, a peer group) in which those characteristics are prized and nurtured, accentuation of such characteristics is likely to occur" [10, p.
We propose that the principle of accentuation not only applies to students attracted to honors programs, but may also be applied to faculty who are drawn into involvement as honors directors.
36) implies something other than "careful" pronunciation by some clerics, and the quotations following show that indeed, Latin accentuation was often a shambles; yet they cannot be held to show that it was traduced differently in verse and song.