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Synonyms for strength

Synonyms for strength

the state or quality of being physically strong

power used to overcome resistance

the condition of being free from defects or flaws

reliability in withstanding pressure, force, or stress

Synonyms for strength

capability in terms of personnel and materiel that affect the capacity to fight a war

the power to induce the taking of a course of action or the embracing of a point of view by means of argument or entreaty

capacity to produce strong physiological or chemical effects

the condition of financial success

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Breaking strength (Twisted jute 6) = -1.16 x soak time + 130.96 [R.sup.2] = 0.617
Therefore, we judge it as unlikely that the differences in administration of OTR4120 would account for the lack of effect of OTR4120 on anastomotic breaking strength. Another possibility is the time-dependent decline of the bioactivity of OTR4120.
It appeared that the destructive measurements (breaking strength and shell thickness) were far more accurate than the non-destructive in predicting total thickness of eggshell layer.
Measurement of mechanical properties indicates that the hydrogen bonds formed between 2,2'-bipyridine ligands with the fiber chains were beneficial to the PAN fiber in maintaining its breaking strength, while the elongation at break decreased significantly as a result of the enhanced intermolecular crosslink.
Breaking Strength (kg/cm2)###2.44+-0.05d###3.42+-0.06a###2.61+-0.06c###3.16+-0.07b###2.26+-0.05e
For breaking strength, each crown was luted to its master metal die with dual polymerizing resin luting agent (Nexus 2; Kerr Corp, Orange, Calif) according to the manufacturer's instructions.
The forces of 0.8 g forward and 0.5 g laterally and rearward would become the maximum forces that a securement device should withstand without exceeding the device's breaking strength.
The scientists evaluated such macroscopic characteristics as density (true and apparent), expansion ratio (radial, axial, overall), porosity and breaking strength.
Traditional grappling hooks generally are "large, bulky and risky to use, because the breaking strength of the metal is largely unknown.
Her premise reinforces a challenge to this profession to begin exploring these issues as critically as we examine all technical aspects of our work--knowing the breaking strength of an eleven millimeter rope, knowing the correct first-aid protocol for a sprained ankle, knowing how to climb a 5.11+ rock face, and having and wearing the "best" gear.
Variabilities in femur density and breaking strength, as measured by a 3-point breaking test, were determined mainly by dietary Cu (p<0.05,Table).
The grafted site showed satisfactory breaking strength, extensibility, energy absorption and total dilatation capacity on 60th postoperative day.
Schindler Aramid ropes provide the same breaking strength as steel ropes but with much lower weight, and they also have a high coefficient of friction and high reverse-bending strength.
Tape 2904 is available in a thickness of 0.125mm and has a breaking strength of 1.6kg per centimetre.