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Synonyms for Te

a brittle silver-white metalloid element that is related to selenium and sulfur

the syllable naming the seventh (subtonic) note of any musical scale in solmization


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The lower left illustration shows the echo time signals as a function of the log distance, whereas the lower right image represents the corresponding signal spectra.
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The GI generation (born pre-1930) turns sixty-nine years old; those born during the Great Depression (born 1930-39) turn fifty-nine to sixty-eight years old; war babies (born 1940-45) turn fifty-three to fifty-eight; baby boomers (born 1946-64) turn thirty-four to fifty-two; baby busters (born 1965-76) turn twenty-two to thirty-three; those of the baby boomlet generation (1977-94) turn four to twenty-one years old; and those born during the baby echo time period (1995-present) turn up to three years old.
Optional software modules enable the Icon to perform the latest MRI applications, such as relaxometry mapping, fast echo-planar imaging, ultra-short echo time lung imaging or contrast agent research.
A more moderate B value (between 400 and 500) is chosen to maintain a short echo time (TE).
ECHO Time for a big pay debate NEWS of the bumper pay increase given to the vice chancellor of the cash-strapped Liverpool Hope University will shock many Merseysiders - not least those lecturers and admin workers fighting to save their own jobs.
In cases of iron storage disease, the hepatic parenchymal signal intensity decreases on the image with the longer echo time due to the continued decay of transverse magnetization (7) (Figure 5).