reduced frequency

reduced frequency

[ri′düst ′frē·kwən·sē]
(mechanics)
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Other changes by the company include a reduced frequency from three to two flights starting today on routes from London Southend to Glasgow and Aberdeen.
The information gleaned from such analysis can also result in reduced frequency waste--or how often a consumer repeatedly encounters a particular ad.
Specifically, it was found that programmes delayed initiation of sexual intercourse by 37 per cent, reduced frequency of sex by 31 per cent, reduced number of sexual partners by 44 per cent and increased use of condoms/contraception by 40 per cent.
The upturn in prices definitely hurt both Services and Veterinary, probably through reduced frequency. The Food segment retained "the low ground" in prices and continued to expand upgrades.
A number of insurer also reported reduced frequency trends into 2018, the report stated.
Respondents who had already implemented microsegmentation reported security improvements such as reduced frequency of data breaches, improved performance and an ability to limit the lateral spread of threats through improved containment of network problems.
The conclusion of the study was that low-dose radioiodine is safe and effective for cats with mild-to-moderate hyperthyroidism, as evidenced by a cure rate of over 95% with a reduced frequency of post-treatment hypothyroidism and kidney problems.
Rogerio Lobo: All 4 doses reduced frequency of vasomotor symptoms.
"During Ramadan, the intestine gets to rest for almost 15 hours because of the reduced frequency of meals.
There will be no City Line services between Coryton and Radyr as well as reduced frequency on other services on the Valley lines network.
Accordingly, consumption of dog food moved to smaller packages, which resulted in reduced frequency of purchases.
Reduced frequency of potentially avoidable hospital (PAH) admissions and readmissions.

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