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serving to identify or set apart an individual or group

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The ability to communicate effectively is an important characteristic. It is the means through which you transmit your thoughts to others in the course of work, whether in written or verbal form.
As the same as the eigenmodes and the natural modes, the characteristic modes are independent of incident field.
After adding characteristic r into (R - {r}), the characteristic discernibility increases from |R-{r}\ to [absolute value of R].
Hotelling's model can also be used to represent competition in the design of the products, where the location of a product represents the level of a characteristic in a product (for example, the level of sweetness) and the location of an individual represents her favorite level of the characteristic.
Perceptive discrimination is also to be applied across protected characteristics. This occurs where a person, "A", is discriminated against on the basis that it is perceived that he holds a protected characteristic.
At one extreme, the subject characteristic has no effect on the reference treatment (e.g., Figure 1), a possible scenario when the reference treatment is an ineffective placebo or low-dose treatment.
In footwear impression evidence, the significance of a positive identification can be conveyed better by "quantification." The identifying characteristics observed in the questioned impression and the corresponding characteristics observed on the outsole of the known shoe can be quantified by using the position, size, and orientation of each identifying characteristic.
This study investigates the relation between the goodwill recorded in a purchase transaction and the characteristics of the target firms that are acquired.
The three characteristic communities will each be responsible for devolved services such as parks and open spaces, street care, traffic management, community facilities such as village halls and libraries and housing management.
B([Q.sub.B])--input-output characteristic of a boiler, assuming that [Q.sub.B] = [Q.sub.T];
There are so many more points to be made related to ECG characteristics of ventricular tachycardia that do not appear in this article, including but not limited to axis, capture and fusion complexes, previous ECG characteristics, and the 4 signs of ventricular tachycardia, which apply if QRS is greater than 0.14 seconds in [V.sub.1] and/or [V.sub.2].
The strategy created a context of contemporary change in the classroom by applying a characteristic of complexity theory to the structure of a written assignment.
Factors such as corona discharge, frequency, temperature and humidity can significantly affect the long term insulating characteristics of a material
Here, G is the Newtonian gravitational constant, [m.sub.1] and [m.sub.2] are interacting masses, r their relative distance, [[alpha].sub.G] and [lambda] are strength and characteristic range of this interaction.
The Study of School Turnaround is an examination of the implementation of School Improvement Grants (SIG) authorized under Title I section 1003(g) of the "Elementary and Secondary Education Act" and supplemented by the "American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009." "Baseline Analyses of SIG Applications and SIG-Eligible and SIG-Awarded Schools" uses publicly-available data from State Education Agency (SEA) websites, SEA SIG applications, and the National Center for Education Statistics' Common Core of Data to examine the following: (1) the SIG related policies and practices that states intend to implement, and (2) the characteristics of SIG eligible and SIG awarded schools.