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notch

US and Canadian a narrow pass or gorge

notch

[näch]
(electronics)
Rectangular depression extending below the sweep line of the radar indicator in some types of equipment.
(engineering)
A V-shaped indentation or cut in a surface or edge.
(geology)
A deep, narrow cut near the high-water mark at the base of a sea cliff.
(geography)
A narrow passage between mountains or through a ridge, hill, or mountain.

notch

A cutout in a log or timber, usually at or near one of its ends, that is used to form a rigid joint when mated with another appropriately cutout log or timber at right angles to it; for example, at the corners of a log cabin or log house. See corner notch, diamond notch, double-saddle notch, dovetail notch, half-cut notch, half-dovetail notch, halved-and-lapped notch, lap notch, log notch, round notch, saddle notch, single notch, single-saddle notch, square notch, V-notch.
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The most interesting part of the report is where sources say that Apple plans on completely removing the notch for its future iPhones starting in 2019.
To summarize the data obtained, notch, foramen, sex, age groups and side categories were expressed as number (n) and percentage (%) values.
Deceived consumers into thinking that Top Notch was a lender: Top Notch represented to consumers that it was a lender that could provide loans.
Once linear elastic stresses/strains are determined from the linear elastic FEA solution, the elasto-plastic stress-strain approximation method based on the combined solution of the multiaxial notch correction method and the cyclic plasticity model can be used to calculate actual notch elastic-plastic stress and strain responses.
Patients with persistent increased uterine arteries resistance as shown by the presence of a diastolic notch are at greater risk of subsequently developing preeclampsia.
To minimize damage to other trees, it is essential to drop the tree exactly where you want it and control its fall as long as possible--the open-faced notch is the key.
They discovered that the Notch signal is transduced into HSC precursor cells from signal emitting cells in the somite--embryologic tissues that eventually contribute to development of major body structures, such as skeleton, muscle and connective tissues--much earlier in the process than previously anticipated.
Dentro de las alteraciones craneofaciales mas sobresalientes, se han reportado: paladar hendido, alteraciones morfologicas y deficiente formacion de matrizde dentina, agenesia de huesos frontales, disminucion del tamano de los maxilares y cierre prematuro de las fisuras craneales, generando un fenotipo de craneosinostosis, involucrandose en esta ultima alteracion la participacion del gen Twist (10,13-15) Adicionalmente, entre el 70 y el 80% de los pacientes con sindrome de Alagille, reportan mutaciones en el gen Jagged1, el cual codifica un ligando perteneciente a la via NOTCH.
The first notch is produced by a pair of L shaped slots as shown in Figure 1(b).
MARC's general approach to rating various classes of debt and hybrid securities issued by a financial institution is to notch down from the issuer's Financial Institution (FI) rating," said a media statement.
It is noticed that the bandwidth of the notch frequency can be easily tuned by adjusting the radius of the ring and the length of its gap.