How to use Characterisation in a sentence

characterisation
  • Characterisation has never been so much frightfully fiendish fun!

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  • Deficiencies could have been masked with clever characterisation, or visual humor, but chances were wasted and occasional attempts botched.

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  • That said, Hopewell ' s characterisation of ironic ecclesiology contains many features that Anglicans will find resonant.

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  • A plot so juicy you could call it a melon and genuinely empathetic characterisation.

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  • Strong characterisation of the regulars cannot offset the lack of an emotionally engaging plot, despite the presence of a lot of interesting concepts.

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  • The codified criteria of originality (after Young) is no long-standing tradition and the characterisation of use as theft is persuasive rhetorical flourish.

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  • Main research interests are the molecular typing of bacteria and characterisation of antibiotic resistance genes.

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  • The characterisation of the hard-pressed duck is achieved almost wholly through watercolor illustrations, and is outstanding.

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  • However, this characterisation proves to be too insubstantial for the promises of the minimal theory to be properly satisfied.

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  • There is a full range of electronic and optical characterisation techniques available for thin films and an extensive surface microanalysis suite.

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  • However, this characterisation of Stirner's position appears mistaken.

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  • We have started to dissect the JA signal pathway through the isolation and characterisation of Arabidopsis mutants.

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  • Singer utilizes 40 years of comic book background to create a believable nexus of characterisation built on a strong central theme.

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  • We are collaborating on an exhaustive molecular characterisation of cancer cell lines to identify novel oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes in ovarian cancer.

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  • Details regarding previous work on the processing, properties and characterisation of porous titanium for bio-medical applications can be accessed by clicking here.

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  • Pacing is incredibly slow and there are few action scenes, there is however a lot of characterisation and interplay between the various townspeople.

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  • Atomic scale characterisation of metal-insulator phase transitions in strongly correlated electron systems.

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  • However, the darkness trope is subsumed to characterisation of the film style within an informative toned narrativisation of the film production process.

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  • Additional studies were undertaken into the electrochemical characterisation of pyrrole monomers and polymers.

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  • Mike Ashman makes a rough-hewn and risible attempt at drawing characterisation and making a theatrical entity out of the piece.

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  • Access is also given here to resources on river basin characterisation and planning.

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  • The group is a leading international center for the application of ion beam techniques for semiconductor detector characterisation.

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  • The characterisation of the tortious conduct of the warden was not particularly important in Lister because limitation was not at issue.

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  • Characterisation of a novel methanol dehydrogenase containing a Ba 2+ ion at the active site.

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