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Synonyms for rotation

Synonyms for rotation

circular movement around a point or about an axis

occurrence in successive turns

Synonyms for rotation

(mathematics) a transformation in which the coordinate axes are rotated by a fixed angle about the origin

a planned recurrent sequence (of crops or personnel etc.)

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We quantified and compared the combined impact of femoral bowing and rotation on measured FVAs and differences in the condyle resection thickness to evaluate the validity and reliability of this new radiographic measurement of the distal femoral condyle resection thickness (DRT) for use in planning TKA.
With View based techniques, different views of the same object are presented for rotation (Knud et al.
Raised expenses arising from rotation may eclipse the benefits of rotation.
In this case, the posterior capsule and PIGHL were ruptured with manipulation under anesthesia (MUA) by applying a controlled force to the humerus toward internal rotation such as HBB, horizontal flexion, and internal rotation in flexion or abduction.
Overall, after completing the urology rotation, third year medical students had a better understanding of the role of a urologist, felt more comfortable inserting a Foley catheter, would more likely consider urology as a career, considered urology an important component to a family medicine practice, felt they knew when to consult urology, and were more likely recommend a urology rotation to a colleague.
The main strengths of this study are the relatively large sample size, the inclusion of failed procedures in the forceps group based on intention to treat, the robust approach to adjusting for the likelihood of undergoing an attempted rotation, and the contemporary nature of the cohort.
The best' crops rotation is that which vary from field to field on the same farm from year to year.
These provisions include requiring a more explicit relationship between auditors and shareholders, the further limitation of nonaudit services that an auditor may per form, restrictions on the employment of former auditors by their clients, and modification of the engagement partner rotation requirements.
The auditing profession is facing many challenges that could be ameliorated by the required rotation of auditing firms, such as independence, lack of competition, and regulatory overload.
Additionally, numerous studies have documented that mandatory audit firm rotation is a bad practice that could potentially lead to increased opportunities for fraud.
Regulators should determine carefully the long-term objectives of a mandatory rotation requirement before implementing a costly measure.
Compared to eight different rotations with other vegetables or cover crops, tomatoes had the most to gain by consistent rotation.
Selective rotation eliminates the need to purchase a dedicated counter-rotation outboard by using a special switch--connected to a circuit inside of the engine compartment--that turns a regular rotation outboard into a counter-rotation model.
Scientists held back time for a second on June 30 in order to compensate for earth's slow rotation.
Girls performed as well as boys, suggesting that men's heavily studied advantage over women in mental rotation is not manifested until after age 5.