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i. In detection by radar, the separation of one solid return into a number of individual returns that correspond to the various objects or structure groupings. This separation is contingent upon a number of factors, including range, beam width, gain setting, object size, and distance between objects.
ii. In imagery interpretation, the result of magnification or enlargement, which causes the imaged item to lose its identity and the resultant presentation to become a random series of tonal impressions.
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Among the middle-class families Hetherington studied in For Better Or For Worse, women initiated two-thirds of the break-ups. They expected more emotional depth and companionship from marriage than their husbands provided and were less willing than their mothers might have been to stick it out for children or financial reasons.
The socialite said the song was inspired by the break-ups she has had in previous relationships.
class="MsoNormalNjuru Mwangi, in his late 20s, is so afraid of break-ups that he has to think twice before asking a woman out on a date.
but we all know in Walford this means family punch-ups, break-ups and alcoholism.
but we all know that in Walford this means family punch-ups, break-ups and alcoholism.
Angel is suitable for all ages and tackles issues of dementia and family break-ups in a sensitive yet light-hearted manner.
Between 2003 and 2009 there was a general downward trend in the number of divorces in England and Wales, but in 2010 the number of marital break-ups rose by 4.9%, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said.
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Melbourne, August 4 ( ANI ): A survey has revealed some fascinating insights into relationship break-ups, including the fact that almost a quarter of respondents - 23.8 percent - still have a special place in heart for their ex, with 15.1 percent of those saying that was despite the relationship ending more than a decade ago.
A WORKSHOP is being held in Birmingham offering advice to people affected by break-ups amid a rise in the UK divorce rate.