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rate

1. 
a. a price or charge with reference to a standard or scale
b. (as modifier): a rate card
2. a charge made per unit for a commodity, service, etc.
3. a wage calculated against a unit of time

rate

[rāt]
(science and technology)
The amount of change of some quantity during a time interval divided by the length of the time interval.
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However, the civic body was at loggerhead with the FGEHF over determination of price for the said land and besides the aforementioned cabinet decision, the city mangers asked the FGEHF to take the land on government rates instead of land acquisition rates.
But Navarro acknowledged that high land acquisition rate was one of the concerns faced by Task Force Bangon Marawi in vetting the cost of the different PPAs.
Using the 10x objective lens in air in dual-wavelength mode, 100 holograms were collected at an acquisition rate of 25 [s.sup.-1].
Together with a maximum continuous acquisition rate of 20,000 waveforms a second, increasing to about 450,000 in N Single mode, the history memory enables abnormal signals to be captured without needing to know what makes them different
To make matters worse, strong discounts which overheated demand in 2012 dampened the replacement rate for 2013, and the declining housing acquisition rate pushed some of the most dynamic categories into slowdown.
The R&S RTE oscilloscopes are available with bandwidths from 200 MHz to 1 GHz and an acquisition rate of more than one million waveforms per second.
Equipped with 14-bit analogue-to-digital converters, they are said to achieve a bandwidth of up to 700 kHz - depending on the acquisition rate. All relevant parameters such as sample rate, gain, number of data points, trigger mode and trigger level, including the selection of a master channel for triggering data acquisition, may be set from a connected PC.
The goal of a higher acquisition rate for the ADC is a clean, crisp waveform display.
Thus, an acquisition rate difference in trial requirement to criterion is typically observed across the consistent and inconsistent test blocks in the predicted direction (i.e., most test takers reach the response fluency criterion in fewer trials on the consistent block than on the inconsistent block).
* An aggregate data acquisition rate of up to 8 GB/sec.
The fast oscillation method allows for a higher data acquisition rate of 500 Hz, independent of the oscillation frequency, to meet the specific needs of very fast curing materials.
The authors study the "acquisition rate," defined as the number of acquisitions in an IPO cohort-year divided by the number of firms in that cohort-year.

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