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a transitional interval beyond which some new action or different state of affairs is likely to begin or occur

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24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Pasternack, a leading manufacturer and supplier of RF, microwave and millimeter wave products, introduces a new line of coaxial threshold detectors designed for microwave and millimeter wave applications from 2 to 40 GHz.
Coifman and Donoho used hard threshold function in wavelet domain to remove noise (1995).
A 10 percent national election threshold was added to the present system to produce stronger parties and avoid fragmentation and unstable governments.
The Threshold IMT device, like the Threshold PEP, provides resistance with a spring-loaded valve that was designed for inspiratory, rather than expiratory, training.
com/windows-threshold-and-cadence-how-fast-is-too-fast-7000032943/) ZDNET suggests that a single merged version of the OS might be launched as part of the Threshold updates in early 2015 that could run on Windows Phones and tablets based on ARM processors.
Stacia Andersen, Target's senior vice president of merchandising for home, said, "The fundamental basis of Threshold will be quality and design.
USDA-ARS scientists developed their own technique to determine threshold values of compounds important for orange juice flavor, using a deodorized orange juice matrix as the dilutant.
Threshold launched in January on the FilmOn IPTV service as a live streaming network across multiple platforms including TV, PC, as well as Android and Apple handheld devices.
More surprising, however, was how the Talk Test compared to the lactate threshold, the point at which muscles can no longer metabolise and remove lactic acid as it builds during exercise, and the ventilatory threshold, which is characterized by sudden heavy breathing.
This Note suggests that a threshold of 5%, which is in line with European averages, would drastically reduce the amount of "wasted" votes and would allow for representation of more viewpoints, including important regional and minority parties.
The Confederation of Turkish Labor Unions (Turk-Is) released a statement on the results of its hunger and poverty threshold in January 2011.
Bulgarian employers and trade unions have finished negotiating the minimum insurance thresholds for economic activities and groups of professions for 2011, the Social Ministry has announced.
Set at its current level in 2003, the threshold has become an irritant to jockeys, a number of whom have incurred lengthy bans after picking up a total of 20 days of suspensions in any 12-month period.
Almost five million homeowners in Britain are valued above the new inheritance tax (IHT) threshold based solely on the value of their house, Scottish Widows said.
Instead, our focus is on the most commonly used speech tests in clinical practice: the speech reception threshold (SRT) of spondee words, the word recognition score (WRS) of phonetically balanced words, most comfortable loudness (MCL), and uncomfortable loudness (UCL).