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Synonyms for aslope

having an oblique or slanted direction

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During [S.sub.2], an increasing trend occurred for the majority of the subregions, with more insignificant than significant trends, especially for TN90p in SR-III (with aslope of 3.34 days/decade).
As mentioned above, uncertainties in the AERI temperature observation at [Z.sub.LLJ] affect the accuracy of the [Ri.sub.bulk] values, but [Ri.sub.bulk] values computed from AERI and rawinsonde profiles at 0600 and 1200 UTC correlated very well with aslope of 0.91 for the AERI relative to the rawinsonde [Ri.sub.bulk] values.
[MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] during recovery has been evaluated by (a) the ratio between total [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] during exercise and recovery [185], (b) the time constant of [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] decay (i.e., time to reach 63% of the lowest value as obtained by fitting a decreasing monoexponential function) [182,186,187], (c) [t.sup.1/2] (time required for [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] to decrease to half of its peak value) [185,188-190], and (d) [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Aslope (the response slope during the first minute of recovery by linear regression) [188,189].
The area curve in Figure 7 grows linearly with [N.sub.FIR], with aslope of 0.1885 mm, which is in fact the area of a single FIR filter.
In case if the robot stops in the aslope terrain, the engines work the counteracting force so that they prevent the robot from the motion (active brake).
After a bit of monkeying around, I came up with this set: APExes, APpEar, APicEs, APogeE, AsPEns, ApPlEs, AlPinE, AliPEd, AgaPaE, AsloPE, nAPEry, hAPpEn, rAPpeE, dApPEr, sAmPlE, cAnaPE, shAPEs, stAplE, frApPE, scrAPE.
The standard curve generated aslope of - 3.5, intercept 43, efficiency of 91.8% and an [r.sup.2] = 0.99 with a linear measuring range from 5.1 X [10.sup.8] to 5.1 X [10.sup.1] copies/mL.