display loss

display loss

[di′splā ‚lȯs]
(meteorology)
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Display loss is reportable, but excludes flickering.
Which of the following chromosomes often display loss of heterogeneity in microsatellite sections?
The $36.5 million real estate display loss was greater than the total loss for all classifications of $32.2 million for all newspaper in the study, but other related classifications added to the weakness in home advertising.
Art, entertainment and recreation based companies continue to display losses: -18.2 percent in 2018 and -16.2 percent in 2017.
For household products we continue to expect a low-single digit sales decline for the remainder of the fiscal year, driven by continuing category volume declines and some additional impact, most notably in the second fiscal quarter, from the previously discussed shelf space and display losses in the US nearly one year ago."

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