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Synonyms for aggression

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Synonyms for aggression

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Synonyms for aggression

a disposition to behave aggressively

Related Words

a feeling of hostility that arouses thoughts of attack

violent action that is hostile and usually unprovoked

the act of initiating hostilities

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c) maximum packet marking probability [max.sub.p]--through this parameter it could be set the packet drop agressivity and thus the delay value within queue.
For both mixtures, higher competitive ratio (CR) values and positive agressivity (A) values of oat were recorded (Table 3).
The results of agressivity (A) showed that oat was the dominant species with positive values in the intercropping systems over vetch which had negative A values.
Several indexes have been developed in order to quantify competition and agro-economic advantage in intercropping systems; among them are the relative crowding coefficient, agressivity, competitive ratio, actual yield loss, land equivalent ratio, yield efficiency index by dea models, monetary advantage and intercropping advantage (Banik et al., 2000; Park et al., 2002; Weigelt and Jolliffe, 2003; Bezerra Neto et al., 2007a, b, c; Dima et al., 2007).
As one of the participants, Randy Johnson wrote, "There is contradiction between the sensitivity of the subtle nuances which coexist with the frank austerity of an imposed agressivity ..." and concerning the strange beauty of Shino glazes he continues, "We could say there is a storm between their contradictions and perpetual oppositions, their distortions and their particularities, within a desire for robust life which appears nearly 'physically' in the irregular thickness of the glaze ..."