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Synonyms for rotation

Synonyms for rotation

circular movement around a point or about an axis

occurrence in successive turns

Synonyms for rotation

(mathematics) a transformation in which the coordinate axes are rotated by a fixed angle about the origin

a planned recurrent sequence (of crops or personnel etc.)

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5) In jurisdictions outside the United States, audit partner rotation has been found to improve auditor conservatism (in Australia) and enhance financial reporting quality, measured as abnormal accruals (in Italy).
The earth's rotation is slowing down overall because of tidal forces between earth and the moon.
Two additional markers were placed over the knee joint line in order to determine the relative joint center of rotation for the knee.
This enabled a preliminary lightcurve to be plotted and superimposing a sine curve gave an approximate rotation period of just over 5 hours.
Nature has used torsional rotation based on helically wound muscles for hundreds of millions of years, and exploits this action for such tasks as twisting the trunks of elephants and octopus limbs.
The first validation experiment tested whether the WINanalyze software accurately determined the axial center of rotation in a known model.
Before we start designed the simulator, we have to know the basic parameters of human head rotation.
More research is needed to disentangle the origins of the masculinization of mental rotation performance in females with a male co-twin," Vuoksimaa concluded.
In a 1971 review of 2,568 fetuses in the OP/OT position who were managed by a trial of manual rotation followed by low forceps delivery from 1951 to 1960, morbidity or mortality occurred in 0.
In this work the RCEM was used to induce particular fiber orientation patterns in disc shape geometry, by superimposing a mold surface rotation action during the filling stage.
OBJECTIVE: This study evaluated the effectiveness of a rural rotation as a tool to recruit medical technology program graduates to medically underserved areas.
The schedule gives an inside peek at the regular-season rotation, something Scioscia has refused to disclose.
partner rotation, cooling-off period, non-audit services restrictions) to all entities of significant public interest.
That's because the rotation permits material surrounding the heavyweight to safely orbit at closer distances, instead of getting sucked in, as it would if the hole were stationary.
Specifically, men seem to outperform women in tasks that involve mental rotation, spatial perception, and spatial visualization.