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Synonyms for cyclic

happening or appearing at regular intervals

Synonyms for cyclic

conforming to the Carnot cycle

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forming a whorl or having parts arranged in a whorl

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of a compound having atoms arranged in a ring structure

recurring in cycles

marked by repeated cycles

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This suggests that the authors' decomposition captures some cyclical TFP dynamics in the noise component, with the consequence of attributing too much weight to the cyclically adjusted contribution of TFP in growth accounting.
Cyclically adjusted deficits were somewhat less variable than the unadjusted deficits, with a standard deviation of 3.0 percentage points.
In this paper, a snark is a cyclically 4-edge-connected Class 2 cubic graph.
Landgraf [2] determined that at [[sigma].sub.u]/[[sigma].sub.y] > 1.4 structural materials cyclically harden, at [[sigma].sub.u]/[[sigma].sub.y] < 1.2 they cyclically soften and at 1.2 < [[sigma].sub.u]/[[sigma].sub.y] < 1.4 they are cyclically stable (Table 1), where [[sigma].sub.y] is yield strength and [[sigma].sub.u] is ultimate strength of structural materials.
GCC rates usually track the Federal Reserve but economists say it is unlikely the booming GCC, cyclically out of step with the US, will follow any Fed decision to cut rates in a bid to revive growth after the US sub-prime crisis.
We are in the second half of an interglacial period, the latest of many that have recurred cyclically over the past two million years.
Self-regulation of learning is cyclically initiated when learners set valuable academic goals, select learning strategies, and assess the feelings and motivational beliefs they need to attain the goals.
Part one deals with such issues as continuing to work, starting a new job or business, working part time or cyclically, not working and just recreating (as in taking up golf or playing tournament poker), volunteerism and philanthropy, travel, returning to school, and taking a sabbatical before returning to work.
The filament is no longer operated at constant temperature, but cyclically heated up to a certain temperature threshold by an increasing voltage ramp.
* CUSTOMERS AND RETAILERS PURCHASE PRODUCTS CYCLICALLY.
For example, when the very low growth rate for 2003 was put in the EU Commission model for the German potential growth rate, the estimate of the output gap had to be revised downward substantially, with the consequence that the estimate of the cyclically adjusted deficit increased by almost 0.5 percent of GDR Hence, the first two points of the Commission proposal appear to allow necessary adjustment to be delayed and hence create the risk of a sizeable accumulation of excessive deficits and debt.
And even though productivity levels tend to fluctuate, and the ratio of labor input to production output cyclically stabilizes and produces higher employment, in most fields the creation of new jobs will never return to historical levels.
Of course, we experience these feelings cyclically throughout our lives, but when we become consumed by a particular emotion, the bulk of our energy is swept up in the emotion, leaving little for anything else.
Now, as artistic director of the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, housed in a grand new building whose red-rusted iron folds are themselves extraordinarily labyrinthine, she shows that the contemporary labyrinth is less site-specific than it is an articulation of dense, cyclically structured detail, Joao Penalva's video Kitsune, 2001, is composed of static camera shots of a hauntingly beautiful forest landscape forever reemerging from shrouds of creeping mist.