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one of the units in a course, as on an ascending or descending scale

to gain (a point or points) in a game or contest

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a V-shaped indentation

the location in a range of mountains of a geological formation that is lower than the surrounding peaks

a V-shaped or U-shaped indentation carved or scratched into a surface

a small cut

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cut or make a notch into

notch a surface to record something

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Sources also said that all three will have smaller bezels and will have a "smaller notch design," according to the Korean website (https://translate.
The recovery uplift is one notch out of a maximum of two notches.
With the increased supraorbital area nerve decompression surgeries in last 10 years such as migraine and endoscopic forehead lift surgeries in addition to increased Botox and local anesthetic injections, determining whether these nerves come from notch or foramen exit points is important during pre-op period (Fallucco et al.
It appears that the Notch Remover only works on the home screen background and not on any other apps.
It is reprehensible that Top Notch and its owner sought to scam NFL concussion victims, 9/11 heroes, and others to turn a quick profit, said CFPB Director Richard Cordray.
Absence of notch can be confused with other viscera.
The reliable fatigue assessment of notched components subjected to multiaxial loadings require accurate stress and strain histories determined at local notch regions.
The frequency of pre-eclampsia with bilateral notch was significantly high in the primigravid of younger age as compare to the primigravid of the older group (p=0.
sup][9],[10],[11] Intercondylar notch size is one of the anatomic variables suspected to predispose an individual to ACL injury.
The problem with this technique was that as the tree fell, the notch closed, the hinge broke and often the tree kicked back off of the stump.
Caption: Figure 2: Western blot was performed for Notch signaling and cardiomyocyte- specific markers in MSCs, [MSC.
The brush is comprised of a core, bristles comprising end portions extending substantially radially around at least a portion of the core, wherein the bristles define a bristled portion of the brush having a first length measured along a longitudinal axis of the core; and at least one notch having a second length measured along the longitudinal axis of the core less than half the first length, with at least one notch defined at a notched bristled portion of the brush.
Principal investigator David Traver, professor in the Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, and colleagues focused on the Notch signaling pathway, a system found in all animals and known to be critical to the generation of HSCs in vertebrates.
THE ROLE OF NOTCH SIGNALING PATHWAY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF CRANIOFACIAL STRUCTURES