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emphasize

place the emphasis on

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  • place the emphasis on
  • emphasize
  • give emphasis to
  • place the accent on
  • lay emphasis upon

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special weight placed upon something considered important

the act, condition, or effect of exerting force on someone or something

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the relative prominence of a syllable or musical note (especially with regard to stress or pitch)

(psychology) a state of mental or emotional strain or suspense

special emphasis attached to something

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difficulty that causes worry or emotional tension

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(physics) force that produces strain on a physical body

test the limits of

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Among these 64 productions by the subjects, incorrect stresses used on second syllable were, six on Nepal and ten on Sudan.
Let us mention that since at the edge of the panel the stress component, perpendicular to the edge, is zero, the stresses at the edge can be correctly determined from the photoelastic image using extrapolation.
Lubricated plied samples were also evaluated and showed slightly higher stresses than the solid lubricated samples, but not as high as the un-lubricated samples, as shown in figure 4.
and his colleagues made thin bronze cantilevers, electroplated them with tin or tin alloys, and then monitored flexing of the strips in response to compressive or tensile stresses in the films' microstructures.
23) These techniques may prove useful for some, but reactions to traumatic events and the stresses inherent in police work make a more individualized model more appropriate in many circumstances.
Researchers have quantified the surface stresses associated with the formation of the first Cu monolayer, as well as the formation and coalescence of discrete Cu nuclei.
Runners should train below the level at which stresses cause injury, but not so low as to affect no improvement upon or even weaken joint, muscle and bone structures--an obvious example would be prolonged bed rest.
16] The later Meyerson formula, in emphasizing new stresses, further, neatly placed the dilemma as a contemporary one, helping to explain the need for a novel term.
Even though students reported particular stresses during their seminar and through their thesis writing and defense, all felt that the challenge of obtaining the degree, which stress was considered to be a part of, was within expected and tolerable limits.
Oxidative stress (cell damage caused by free radicals) occurs as a person ages, when subjected to environmental stresses or as an associated factor in certain illnesses.
When the cracks progress far enough into the steel, the stresses of molding are enough to continue the propagation or "movement" of the crack to the outer areas of the mold.
To achieve this, the newest version of Magmasoft and its modules can: predict microstructure and mechanical properties; perform mold line optimization, including shakeout determination; consider effects of different sands and other materials on casting quality; determine residual stresses, including cracking and tearing; transfer data to FEA; automatically optimize gating, rigging and other process aspects; evaluate the use of filters, sleeves, chills and other feeding aids; and go from a CAD file to simulation start in minutes.
Residual stresses in the devices affect operating wavelength, electron-hole recombination rate, and mechanical reliability.
failure stresses or strains under deviatoric modes of deformation, in a true quantities meaning.
As a regular runner, you probably already know how running works as an antidote to life's daily stresses.