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to decrease, as in length or amount, by or as if by severing or excising

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replace a corner by a plane

approximate by ignoring all terms beyond a chosen one

make shorter as if by cutting off

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terminating abruptly by having or as if having an end or point cut off

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* individual terms: double quotes, truncation, field codes, and automatic mapping
The most frequent search errors that did not affect recall involve repetitions of morphological variations of words despite truncation and term redundancies.
Truncation can be used to avoid having to explicitly include all possible variants in the strategy.
We truncated the terminal bronchi to get a truncated model with 22 outlets to investigate the influence of truncation on airflow.
Actually the maximum velocity and wall shear stress occur at the terminal bronchi, the truncation makes the locations variable.
It is indicated that the truncation is in favor of more air flowing into the lower lobes.
In the span of 2 decades, studies have quickly taken the comprehension of RANTES from a single gene product found in T cells to a molecule that appears to be related with several diseases, expressed in a range of tissues, and acutely regulated via truncation by specific enzymes.
Amino-terminal truncation of chemokines by CD26/dipeptidyl-peptidase IV: conversion of RANTES into a potent inhibitor of monocyte chemotaxis and HIV-1-infection.
This is called "Point of Sale Check Truncation." After the check is presented, it is scanned and given back to the customer stamped "cancelled or void." In this process, the check is merely used as a source document to create an electronic funds transfer to move the funds from the customer's account to the retailer's.
Check truncation onsite will save a tremendous amount of time and money for all apartment managers who process checks each month.
"Point of sale" truncation will not work at apartment buildings since "point of sale" rules dictate the payer has to be present at the time of truncation.
Boyle, Welsh, and Bishop (1988), Duffield and Patterson (1991), and Ready and Hu (1995) estimate truncated models which account for the truncation at zero in the estimation stage.
The standard nonnegative distributions, such as the lognormal or the loglogit (where the log of WTP is distributed normally or logistically) satisfy the lower bound part, but the extended range violates the upper bound, and may make truncation necessary to calculate credible values for WTP.
The identity of the enzyme responsible for this truncation has remained unknown, however.
To study the truncation of BNP (1-32) in human EDTA-plasma, we added 5 [micro]L of a 100 [mu]mol/L solution of BNP (1-32) to 90 [micro]L of EDTA-plasma from 5 different individuals with or without 1 [mu]mol/L Vildagliptin.