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a surrounding site

a rather small part of a geographic unit considered in regard to its inhabitants or distinctive characteristics

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the extent of a 2-dimensional surface enclosed within a boundary

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Internal slope of marginal ridge allows food escape in favourable direction while external slope of marginal ridge forms occlusal embrasure, prevents food from being forced into contact area. When a marginal ridge is being leveled, the proximal fossa is generally obliterated, the fossa must be recarved.
Increasing maximum foot length, foot width, and contact area were detected with increasing loads (Table 7).
Four different ablation schemes were created using one, two, three, and four pulse sequences to make a significant change in the contact area. For the other group of wafers, the contact pitch was varied while the contact size remained constant.
BATTLE CRY: Jim Hamilton says the contact areas will be crucial.
Wilcoxon testing was performed to compare neutral position and abduction contact areas, and Spearman rank correlation was utilized to assess correlation between left and right shoulders.
Additionally, analysis of correlation between maximum bite force (MBF) and occlusal contact area (OCA) was assessed using the Pearson Correlation Coefficient as follows:
Contact area and pressure were measured using a 33 * 28 mm piezoresistive electronic pressure measuring film (K-Scan #4000, Tekscan Inc; Boston, Massachusetts) [24,31].
The electronics now are held in place by just the four tips, a small contact area.
"Every club is working very, very hard at the contact area, and for us this year the one thing you'll find is that the speed at the contact area will be a lot quicker."
Davies brought up the contact area as a major issue which has prompted sides to be conservative, resulting in a lot of aimless kicking.
And he confessed Saturday's crushing defeat by the Australians was something of an eye-opener He said: "Obviously the dominance they (Australia) had was huge, in the contact area they were far superior and they gave us a harsh lesson.
Supporting this hypothesis, we observed during our static pressure evaluation that forefoot pressure percentage and forefoot contact area increased in RA patients with heel valgus when compared with patients without valgus deformity.
Capable of moving loads quickly and with consistent repeatability, the lift incorporates sliders instead of wheels for greater contact area to reduce stress and wear.
For further information on getting involved, or to find out about YMH accommodation, contact Area Manager for YMH Lynn Hirst at the Huddersfield office on 01484 431 666.