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seriate

[′sir·ē‚āt]
(geology)
Having crystals that vary gradually in size.
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Vessels in dendritic or Sideroxylon capari diagonal and/or radial pattern, rays heterogeneous, 1-3 seriate and parenchyma diffuse and diffuse-in- aggregates 14a.
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Figure 5 shows the seriate values of hardness from the nanoindentation tests on the cross section and longitudinal section of micro column, respectively.
Since 1970, we have had 1 I Seriate elections in Colorado--and Democrats have won six of the eleven.
Likewise, a 10-problem insertion test measured whether the children could seriate new sets of objects.
In focus groups students were asked to collectively seriate these factors; the following consensus was forwarded: (a) hyperlinking adds a whole series of possibilities for adding related information, (b) hyperlinking offers extended organization of related ideas, (c) hyperlinking in the concept mapping structure helps to avoid "user disorientation" (Roselli, 1991), and (d) hyperlinking allows us to represent our own unique complex patterns of understanding.
One might quibble with the decision to seriate editorial notes in a continuous sequence with authorial notes where such exist.
Alternative seriation goals can determine which criteria an analyst chooses to use to optimally seriate targets/responses.
While Shohei's work was outstanding, he did not survey all the blocks to make an overall plan before getting started and did not seriate all the blocks according to stability.
This strain has been maintained by seriate passages in mice, through weekly chimings, in the Departamento de Analises Clinicas, Toxicologicas e Bromatologicas, Faculdade de Ciencias Farmaceuticas de Ribeirao Preto, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Ribeirao Preto--SP, Brasil.
The most common groundmass texture is intergranular, with seriate, very fine- to coarse-grained, finely albite twinned and tapered labradorite laths, stubby augite prisms, subequant olivine grains and platy to equant opaque grains.
The methodology from Wong and Baker's study was modified to include testing 3-year-olds' ability to seriate six blocks from smallest to largest, asking subjects to rank only two procedures/treatments, using three scales, and conducting the study with African-American children.