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width

the distance across a rectangular swimming bath, as opposed to its length

width

[width]
(communications)
The horizontal dimension of a television or facsimile picture.
The time duration of a pulse.
(mathematics)
For a plane convex, the greatest lower bound on the distance separating two parallel lines such that the set lies between them.
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The linear correlation between cardiac width and the other variables has been demonstrated by scatterplots (Figs 3-5).
In 1909, Pont established an index to predict the maxillary inter-premolar and inter-molar distances using the combined mesiodistal widths of maxillary incisors (5).
The herd was a significant source of variation for body length, diagonal body length, ear length, ear width, dewlap width, rump width (Hook to hook), rump length (Hook to pin), height at withers, height at sixth rib, height at last rib, height at spine, height at pin bone, heel depth, and tail length (Pa$?0.001).
Where y=dependent variable (Predicted central incisor width), a= constant for linear regression, [beta]1 and [beta]2 are the coefficients for inner canthal distance and age, x1 and x2 is the value of ICD and age of the subject.
Impact of Shape Parameters of Corrugation on Beam Width. In the preceding section, it is shown that near-field distributions with slowly varying magnitude and rapidly varying phase produce large beam width.
The width of attached gingiva is an important clinical parameter.
In the present study we performed a measurement and analysis of prevertebral soft tissue width of cervicothoracic region in healthy individuals using magnetic resonance images.
width cutting have been measured in the Laboratory for Quantity Analysis at the POLITEHNICA University of Bucharest, using a computerised image analysis line.
The company says that motorization and automation of the process of changing width enable return to exactly the same deckle settings every time a particular product is run.
Separate bars are given for SAS and SATA with narrow (x1) links and wide links of widths 2, 4, and 8 (x2, x4, x8).
In the two resonance approximation, only the terms corresponding to the p-wave resonance at which the measurement is performed and the nearest [1.sup.+] s-wave resonance (of energy [E.sub.s] and width [[GAMMA].sub.s]) are retained in the invariant amplitudes.
In addition to the larger width of the drum magnets, Eriez recommended additional customization, as well, Gedgaudas says.