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Synonyms for lag

hang back

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Synonyms for lag

to go or move slowly so that progress is hindered

to cause to be later or slower than expected or desired

the condition or fact of being made late or slow

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the act of slowing down or falling behind

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the time between one event, process, or period and another

one of several thin slats of wood forming the sides of a barrel or bucket

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hang (back) or fall (behind) in movement, progress, development, etc

throw or pitch at a mark, as with coins

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cover with lagging to prevent heat loss

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One set includes a constant, a lagged dependent variable, and the macroeconomic factors listed in Table 2.
Effect estimates for single-day lagged exposures also supported mortality displacement for nonaccidental and circulatory deaths, with significant negative associations estimated for exposures lagged by approximately 10-27 days (see Figure S1).
The dominant finding is that lagged equity returns contain information for current CDS price changes, while the reverse is rarely the case.
Table 1 Regression of on Lagged Variable Coefficient Std.
Actually, individual coefficients on all lagged variables are insignificant in five different models.
035247 The Liquidity Ratio -- -- -- The Capital Ratio -- -- -- Lagged Total Credit First Lag 1.
In short, though some of the problems accompanying the lagged appraisal values are handled, it is not as close as informative as the stock market changes, granted the same current market information.
But the district's average scores still lagged behind those in the other large central cities.
Middlesbrough Council had denied the claims and insisted the pipes in the storeroom were not lagged.
Is it suitable, however, for students to discuss the idea that "China lagged behind other countries in science development"?
Similar to Pope and Walker (1999), our empirical analysis is based on an equation that regresses annual earnings on current and three lagged annual price changes, with dummy intercept and slope coefficients for negative price changes, and with all variables deflated by price at the beginning of the current year.
21 was originally published as a more timely report of a geographic breakdown of assets of foreign branches than the report released by the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC), FFIEC 009 Country Exposure Report, which once lagged five months.
We can assess the causal relationship between foreign (and economic) approval and general presidential approval by regressing current values of general approval on lagged values of general approval and lagged values of foreign (economic) policy approval and also by regressing current values of foreign (economic) approval on lagged values of itself and lagged values of general approval.
Some cold water pipes should be lagged to prevent them freezing or bursting.
Several types of three-layer feed-forward networks were constructed which contained input neurons representing the lagged exchange rates or their transformation and one output neuron representing the current exchange rate.