sufficiently small

sufficiently small

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Whether he should find the place he had no idea; and, indeed, it was sufficiently small and forgotten.
"The fault of Euphemia is that she will not, simply will not, chop the suet sufficiently small."
Instead, the dire observations have centered on the belief it is impossible for lithography, plating and CNC machining processes to produce product sufficiently small, thin, dense, or flexible to support tomorrow's technology.
21, which then becomes a decrease if the external effect of tourism X is sufficiently small to satisfy
Among the technologies under development is an encryption engine with a size, weight, power and cost (SWaP-C) sufficiently small that it can be deployed across the entire InstantEye family of systems.
Meta-structures are an artificial medium with optical characteristics developed by arranging structures that are sufficiently small with respect to wavelength in the form of an array
If the elasticity of substitution between the outputs of each sector is sufficiently small ([epsilon] < [sigma]), the aggregate consumption of output from the robot sector will not change much from this relative price change.
High heating or cooling rates are only possible when the sample is sufficiently small and in good thermal contact with the sensor.
If the outflow can expand to large radii against low lateral resistance, and static stability is sufficiently small, diabatic cooling by radiative loss will enable the outflow to slowly descend without paying a work subsidence penalty.
Further, due to the unmatched channel width of the SPC-150NX, it can record the data into a sufficient number of sufficiently small time channels so that multiexponential decay analysis is possible.
We show that a contradiction occurs if we take a sufficiently small [delta] > 0.