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sublevel

[¦səb′lev·əl]
(atomic physics)
(mining engineering)
An intermediate level opened a short distance below the main level; or in the caving system of mining, a 15-20-foot (4.6-6.1-meter) level below the top of the ore body, preliminary to caving the ore between it and the level above.
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i] is a percentage of component's scrap at level i, then the cost for sublevel 1 to N is as follows:
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proposed is the use of an expert system at the strategic control level, incorporated into the first sublevel, and whose functions are:
84% of children improved by one sublevel or more in their writing during the term when the unit was taught.
Kilkenny produced a sublevel performance - for them - in the Leinster final, maybe at 70-80 per cent per cent of their own level," said Tribe goalkeeper James Skehill.