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Physics (of an alternating quantity) having a value that is the square root of the mean of the squares of the magnitude measured at each instant over a defined period of time, usually one cycle
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Never before had he so yearned for life as in this moment that he had so effectively forfeited his right to live.
Baden-Baden sits in the lap of the hills, and the natural and artificial beauties of the surroundings are combined effectively and charmingly.
When he came upon them the baboons had commenced to tire of the sport of battle, and the blacks in a little knot were making a new stand, using their knob sticks effectively upon the few bulls who still persisted in attacking them.
The people, however, who entered most extensively and effectively in the fur trade of the Pacific, were the Russians.
she added, as if supposing that this translation of the word would effectively prove to Prince Vasili the invalidity of his contention.
And certainly there is much in the book, thus effectively presented to the English reader, to attract those who interest themselves in the study of the finer types of human nature, of literary expression, of metaphysical and practical philosophy; to attract, above all, those interested in such philosophy, at points where it touches upon questions of religion, and especially at the present day.
Dian had seen and recognized me, and was trying to extricate herself from the grasp of her captor, who, handicapped by his strong and agile prisoner, was un-able to wield his lance effectively upon the two jaloks.
Silently he moved north past the gateway which was closed by a massive gate which effectively barred even the slightest glimpse within the city beyond.
The nature of your relationships with these key stakeholders can greatly extend your ability to effectively achieve your program's outcomes.
All elements of America's strength, as represented by the military services, law enforcement agencies, and other civilian organizations, are needed to effectively protect the country from terrorists and support the global war on terrorism.
Undergraduate students have access to enormous amounts of information yet often fail to understand how to locate and use information effectively and ethically.
Such knowledge will help enable health care and public health systems to serve individuals and populations more effectively, and employ strategies that reduce health disparities in the population.

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