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Synonyms for notch

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one of the units in a course, as on an ascending or descending scale

to gain (a point or points) in a game or contest

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a V-shaped indentation

the location in a range of mountains of a geological formation that is lower than the surrounding peaks

a V-shaped or U-shaped indentation carved or scratched into a surface

a small cut

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cut or make a notch into

notch a surface to record something

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The notching includes only one notch for loss severity; there is no additional notch for non-performance risk as this is captured by support-driven National Long-Term Rating.
Conclusion: Uterine artery diastolic notching between 20 and 23 weeks of gestation is an important risk factor for developing pre-eclampsia.
Persistence of bilateral notching was associated significantly with severe forms of hypertensive disorders of pregnancy (31.
In general, notching narrows at higher rating levels and widens at the lower end of the rating scale to reflect higher potential loss severity for lower rated banks in the event of a winding-up scenario.
To get a better idea about the band notching technique, the input impedance of the proposed antenna is shown in Figure 4 along with the impendence of the antenna without notched band.
5 dB deeper mean notch depth when the notching was bilateral, the histograms of the RE notch depths of unilateral notches (striped) and bilateral notches (shaded) shown in Figure 7 demonstrate that the distributions of the unilateral and bilateral notch depths were different.
Lobsters collected for the experiment reflected the criteria for lobsters eligible for notching in the field; therefore, only female lobsters that were not egg bearing and had no visible signs of shell disease were chosen.
JAMS put out a safety of use message, AMCOM-08-003, on the launcher notching.
Perhaps the most common cause of an unsightly columellar scar is notching or inversion of the incision line.
According to Gerard Nelson, area sales representative for Ceast USA, they include inaccurate or improper notching techniques, as well as subjective judgments of brittle versus ductile failure.
Building "from scratch" with smart planning can limit the need for most notching and boring.
NEW YORK & LONDON & MOSCOW -- Link to Fitch Ratings' Report: Treatment and Notching of Hybrids in Nonfinancial Corporate and REIT Credit Analysis
Band notching on frequency-independent antennas has also been presented such as on TEM horn, log-periodic and Vivaldi antennas [16-18], but to the best of author's knowledge, a spiral antenna with band notch characteristics has not yet been reported in the open literature.
11a/b/g/n WLAN systems and downlink of X-band satellite communication systems, band notching is introduced to the base antenna described in Section 2.