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Synonyms for region

in the region of: vicinity

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  • vicinity
  • in the area of
  • in the range of
  • in the scope of
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a particular area used for or associated with a specific individual or activity

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the approximate amount of something (usually used prepositionally as in 'in the region of')

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13(e) is classified as the pure facial region by the second MLP.
The contribution of different facial regions to the recognition of conversational expressions.
eq] at the facial region as obtained at the temperatures and PV flow rates studied is shown in Figure 8.
Finally, we remove outlier points that remain in regions disconnected from the main facial area and treat only the largest region as the facial region.
History of systemic and embryological diseases, dysplasic syndromes and trauma in the facial region were consulted by the general physician.
Since they have a strong effect on the facial region, these types of alterations are highly visible, they affect the appearance, and thus the psychological state, social life, and possibility of the patient to found a family, to name a few.
The key difference is signals from the facial region are processed by three different brain regions at the same time.
While salience can be manipulated experimentally through instructional set and indirect effects of trial frequency upon expectations, many different studies have documented the primacy of the eyes and upper facial region in feature salience and scanning of faces, suggesting that this is a natural asymmetry in facial salience (Davies et al.
When measurements of the facial region are plotted against data from Mead & Lawler (1994), the skull appears to be closer to O.
All (100%) patients presented with swelling of facial region while 36.
Benitah (2006) found that three hallmarks of canine nasal aspergillosis are a profuse mucoid to haemorrhagic chronic nasal discharge that may alternate with periods of epistaxis, ulceration of external nares with crusting, and pain or discomfort in facial region.
After extracting the facial region, template matching method is applied to locate faces in a given sample image.
Facial region partitioning is widely used to extract local texture features for age estimation [16].
Omnidirectional low-velocity anemometers were placed in the target positions of each workstation (defined below) to record air velocity, turbulence intensity, and air temperature in the facial region (velocity [+ or -]0.
These results, however, cannot fully account for the present findings, in which the left hemifacial involvement was specific to the lower facial region and the upper region showed a right hemifacial involvement during emotion expression.