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Synonyms for curve

something bent

to swerve from a straight line

to have or cause to have a curved or sinuous form or surface

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a line on a graph representing data

a pitch of a baseball that is thrown with spin so that its path curves as it approaches the batter

the property possessed by the curving of a line or surface

curved segment (of a road or river or railroad track etc

turn sharply

extend in curves and turns

form an arch or curve

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bend or cause to bend

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form a curl, curve, or kink

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63 records per individual are fairly low, but no study to estimate growth curve was reported with repeated ultrasound records in Hanwoo cows.
The report, entitled Riding the Killer Curves of Food Innovation, provides an industry-insiders analysis of innovation growth curves and is authored by James Richardson, a top executive at Hartman Strategy.
Figures 2, A and 2, B are scatter plots of the distance between the tip of the epiglottis and uvula over time, with the best-fit growth curve shown as a solid line.
I hope the author considers a companion guide to the book, an online course based on the book, or even an online learning community where people can each other as they use the book to navigate their own growth curve.
Under ordinary and favorable circumstances, the number of offspring produced each year tends to be some fixed percentage of the parent population, a relationship that leads to an exponential growth curve for the population.
If the lunar base project should fall somewhere in the time frame 1990 to 2020, Keaton figures its cost would amount to a tenth of a percent of the gross national product, assuming his growth curve continues.
Founded by Italian native Pasquale "Pat" Giammarco, who used many of his family recipes in the menu, Marco's has been put on a growth curve by Butorac and his team of franchise development specialists, with a goal of 500 units by 2010.
We are experiencing an explosive growth curve in our international markets,'' Setlin said in a prepared statement.
The stock's performance seemed to indicate that despite IBM's best efforts to persuade Wall Street that it is on a solid growth curve after the company's disastrous stumble in the early 1990s, many investors were still wary of buying the stock above its previous high this year of $128.
Loan Center of California specializes in Alt-A niche and payment option ARM combo transactions, and has experienced a tremendous growth curve over the past six years with consecutive year-over-year production increases since 2000.
Although still considerably smaller in revenues and market capitalization, Hewlett-Packard is on a growth curve to surpass IBM within a few years and has come to be regarded as a greater technological leader.
Global biodiesel production capacity is on a rapid growth curve.
While smaller in absolute dollars than the US market, the growth curve for laptop spending will be far steeper for Western European institutions.