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Synonyms for notch

Synonyms for notch

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

Synonyms for notch

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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The recovery uplift is one notch out of a maximum of two notches.
Lobulated form of foetal spleen revealed as notches on the superior border near to anterior end of spleen.
Multiaxial loadings generate complex stress and strain states at notches and may result in a fatigue failure of safety critical notched components.
We found that the notches of OA-S + ACL had a smaller NWI compared with control and OA without ACL injury (OA-S-only, P = 0.
If the notch was 45 degrees--the most common practice--the hinge broke when the tree was halfway down, still dangerous; but sloppy cutters often made shallow notches and the tree broke before it reached the halfway point.
Chu, "A compact ultra-wideband microstrip antenna with multiple notches," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
Besides, there are even configurable UWB antennas with band notches which can be achieved in different ways.
Because of these structures are electronically small resonators with very high Qs, they can be considered as filters providing sharp notches or pass of certain frequency bands.
Moody's cut of the rating one notch below investment grade in April was followed by Fitchs cut to three notches above speculative grade (S&P is four notches).
Recent observations indicate that it is more common to observe unilateral high-frequency notches than bilateral high-frequency notches [20-23].
Moody's cut Bank of Cyprus' ratings by one notch to Ba2 from Ba1, Hellenic Bank by one notch to Ba2 from Ba1, and Marfin Popular Bank by three notches to B2 from Ba2.
The local-currency (LC) deposit ratings were also downgraded by two notches to Ba3 from Ba1 for the three state-owned banks (i) National Bank of Egypt; (ii) Banque Misr; and (iii) Banque du Caire, and by one notch to Ba2 from Ba1 for Commercial International Bank.
Notches were examined in relation to 2 v-notch depths that have been considered by southern New England lobster fishery managers: 6.
Check not only the aft missile shoes area, but the entire rail for notches.