variable point

variable point

[′ver·ē·ə·bəl ′pȯint]
(computer science)
A system of numeration in which the location of the decimal point is indicated by a special character at that position.
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9 (venous, mmol/l, or equal to] 52 use if no ABCs) A = Total Acute Sum of the 12 individual variable point Physiology Score APS Physiologic -1 0 +1 Variable Temperature-rectal 38.
These antibodies "fade" (disappear) at a variable point - from a few weeks to as much as six months after the birth of the puppy.
Starting from March 1, the company's Thank You programme would shift from a fixed point system to a variable point system, and redemption would require 100 points per USD1.
The tool can create custom variable point angles or sharpen masonry bits with easier alignment, the company says.
The practice of listing variables within the body of a SOO is a deviation from the practice of specifying them separately in a points list or table format, which is typically presented as a mix of hardware device related points and soft variable points together.
Modify the lines above so that the NDK_ROOT_LOCAL variable points to the directory where you installed the Android NDK and ANDROID_SDK_ROOT_LOCAL points to the place where you installed the Android SDK.
With the increase in distributed generation and storage of energy from sources such as wind, solar, combined heat and power, biomass and geothermal, grid requirements are changing significantly as energy is being fed into the network at variable points as well as times.
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The Emory scientists also tested the relationship between the timing of galactose exposure with the fly's outcome, and designed and characterized flies in which they could remove or control the production of GALT or GALE at variable points in the animal's development to determine when and where the sugar breakdown was most needed.
Under a variable points system, only one or two points would be given if the driver was just over the limit on a road considered safe.
The bonnet itself is a quick release affair and detaches completely by concealed latches, but that should only be necessary at services which are now at variable points in the life of the car.

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