How to use Frequency in a sentence

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  • The difference in this case is that it is getting to be a pattern — increasing in frequency and violence.

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  • As he travels further round the frequency increases still more.

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  • Of the four bells connected to a circuit each responds to a different frequency.

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  • French forks are marked with double the true frequency, so that Uta is marked 512.

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  • The frequency of breath holding spells varies from several times a day to perhaps only once a year.

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  • But if their velocities are different, the frequency of the waves received is affected both by these velocities and by that of the wind.

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  • Moreover, the frequency of sneezing should be the real concern.

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  • This drug can be highly toxic, so your vet will carefully monitor the dosages, frequency of medication and your cat's vital functions.

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  • If your cat begins vomit with any sort of frequency, it is advisable to have your pet examined by a veterinarian.

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  • Starting in the 13th week, the frequency of the sessions drops down to one per week.

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  • It's never been this easy to discover the enormous sound potential of frequency modulation.

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  • A 2006 paper presented in the proceedings from the 12th International Conference on Low Frequency Noise and Vibration and its Control reported that cats purr as a natural healing mechanism.

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  • The frequency of its administration depends heavily on a cat's lifestyle factors.

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  • Original pieces of furniture from the Victorian times do come up with relative frequency at auctions and estate sales, but these can be extremely expensive.

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  • Today, tin ceilings are not used or produced with such frequency and a true tin ceiling can cost a great deal of money for artisans to produce.

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  • Being vigilant about portion size and frequency of meals is very important as well.

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  • However, it's important to note that the frequency of podcast programs varies.

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  • High frequency sounds transmitted through the ear or pressure points of the body releases energy from the cortex of the brain.

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  • Young men will notice that they've filled out more and that penile erections occur with greater frequency.

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  • Popularity and trends fluctuate with such great frequency that it can be difficult to keep up.

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  • While the symptoms of meth addiction can vary among users depending on the amount of the drug being taken and the frequency of use, there are a few signs that indicate addiction.

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  • Keeping up with child stars then and now is quite easy, as they appear in tabloid headlines or turn up on popular talk shows with some frequency.

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  • College radio stations run the gamut from sharing commercial tower space with local stations and broadcasting over a wide area to low frequency, homespun-type systems.

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  • Parents enjoy seeing activity on college campuses, and may even use web cams to check up on their children and increase communication frequency.

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  • F., et al. "Increased frequency of acute mastoiditis in children."

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  • The structure of the human hand contributes to the frequency with which closed-fist bites are likely to become infected.

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  • In one study pacifier use increased the frequency of ear infections by 50 percent.

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  • In males past the age of puberty, side effects include increased urinary frequency, breast tenderness and enlargement, and frequent erections.

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  • In the early 2000s the frequency of left-handedness appears to be on the increase.

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  • By means of several adjusting screws the force and frequency of these blows can be exactly regulated.

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  • There are 82 channels to eliminate dual frequency distortion from other devices.

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  • Increased frequency of publication to bi-monthly in mid 1991.

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  • The error model specifies how accurate the allele frequency estimates are.

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  • For example, in Russia radio frequency weapons have been used to defeat security systems.

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  • At the end of the study, average seizure frequency had fallen to forty seizures per week.

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  • Descriptive analyzes to examine the frequency distribution, chi-square test and factor analysis were applied using SPSS.

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  • The high frequency modulation moves the signal away from 1/f noise region.

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  • Single pipes are usually set at " A " with a frequency of 440Hz which matches the fifth fret of the first string.

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  • A crossmatch of maternal serum versus paternal granulocytes will be performed to determine the presence of low frequency granulocyte-specific antibodies.

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  • Within each frequency grouping, adverse reactions are ranked in order of decreasing seriousness.

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  • However they could vibrate at much lower harmonics, which could feasibly give rise to a low frequency hum.

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  • This was at the fundamental frequency and/or low-order harmonics, not the high frequencies of noise.

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  • These small munitions contain high explosives that produce radio frequency energy as their primary kill mechanism.

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  • We thus found a high frequency of allele-specific and locus-specific down-regulation of HLA expression in uveal melanoma cell lines.

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  • Dolby C works over a wider frequency range and reduces hiss by 15 to 18 dB.

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  • The frequency histogram for the lesson preparation task was similar.

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  • This unit has optics which add together two of the dye laser photons, effectively doubling their frequency.

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  • The ability to read texts with high frequency lexis and personal letters.

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  • The axis data must be the common logarithm of frequency in Hertz.

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  • The results indicated a low frequency of microsatellite length mutations as the association was consistent across several breeds.

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  • Chain lube frequency depends on whether you use a dry lube or a wet lube.

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  • A microwave oven employs a device called a magnetron which produces strong magnetic fields with very short wavelengths (high frequency ).

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  • In this way the frequency of the transition observed in the fountain can be related to that of the hydrogen maser.

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  • The integration is done in frequency partitions that use the midpoints between adjacent spectral peak frequencies.

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  • At least two tests were carried out at each temperature interval and the mean frequency value used to calculate the elastic modulus.

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  • As for the comparison of high versus low frequency morpheme pairs, a significant frequency effect was found in both subject and item analyzes.

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  • The Dalton figure for the treble nominal I was unable to substantiate, I cannot find anything at that frequency in my recording.

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  • Available for change are the forcing strength F and the forcing frequency omega.

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  • Translucent oyster shells are a common substitute for glass; and the walls are whitewashed, but on account of the frequency of earthquakes are not plastered.

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  • The best simple measure of the frequency of deviations from the mean character is the "standard deviation" or "error of mean square" of the system (see article Probability), in this case equal to 1.68 glands.

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  • Leyden jars are now much employed for the production of the high frequency electric currents used in wireless telegraphy (see Telegraphy, Wireless).

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  • Do consider the frequency of use when selecting the skirt material.

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  • The size of the property, its amenities, location, time of the year and frequency of use determine the price you pay.

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  • Contrary to popular belief, just because a phone operates at a larger frequency (like 5.8 Ghz) does not mean you have a larger range.

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  • The frequency allows the phone to minimize interference, which affects clarity and quality of signal.

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  • Not only will you save money, but by buying in bulk at wholesale prices you will also lower your order frequency.

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  • A single band router will only offer one frequency or the other, while a dual band router will simultaneously create networks on both frequencies.

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  • Single band routers will typically offer just 2.4GHz for the greatest flexibility, as nearly all 802.11n wireless devices -- like tablets and smartphones -- will use that frequency.

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  • Now let's address the frequency of Kitty's eliminations.

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  • She weaves her way around their ankles and rubs up against them; perhaps she's also calling out loudly and doing so with irritating frequency.

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  • The frequency of amyloidosis varies among the different ethnic groups, and its overall incidence is difficult to determine because of the use of colchicine to avert the problem.

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  • The frequency and severity of a person's attacks of fever and serositis seem to have no relation to the risk of developing amyloidosis.

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  • In the late twentieth century, colchicine was discovered to also be effective in reducing the frequency and severity of attacks in FMF.

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  • It is also effective in reducing the frequency and severity of attacks in familial Mediterranean fever.

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  • The frequency of the condition increases from less than 1 percent in the general population to 2-20 percent when a parent is affected.

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  • It is a relatively rare condition that does not appear to affect children of any particular race, gender, or nationality with more frequency.

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  • The specific treatment prescribed will depend upon the type and frequency of the headache, its cause, and the child's age.

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  • These medications must be taken daily to reduce the frequency and severity of headaches, and they may take a few weeks to be fully effective.

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  • Parents can help their child create and maintain a headache diary to record headache symptoms, triggers, as well as the duration and frequency of the headaches.

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  • It reduces the frequency of asthmatic attacks and is suitable for long-term use.

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  • Penetrating injuries to the nasal area caused by air gun or BB pellets were as of 2004 also reported with increasing frequency in older children and adolescents.

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  • Falls account for most other nasal fractures in children, although dog bites are reported with increasing frequency as a cause of nasal fractures in children below 16 years of age.

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  • The frequency and severity of adverse effects will vary depending on the antihistamine.

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  • Stress is also a factor in increased frequency of psoriatic episodes.

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  • Although certain porphyrias are more common than others, their greater frequency is only relative to other types.

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  • The doctor will ask about the frequency and appearance of the diarrhea as well as about other digestive symptoms.

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  • Psychiatric risk factors, such as depression and substance abuse, become more frequent in adolescence, contributing to the increase in the frequency of suicidal behavior in older children.

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  • The primary purpose of audiometry is to determine the frequency and intensity at which sounds can be heard.

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  • Humans can hear sounds in the frequency or pitch range of 20 to 20,000 Hertz (Hz), but most conversations occur between 300 and 3000 Hz.

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  • Through the headphones or earpiece pure sounds in both frequency and intensity are transmitted to the patient and the threshold at which the patient can hear for each frequency is established.

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  • The difficulty with this test is that the noises used are not standardized in frequency or intensity.

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  • The frequency of a sound is the number of vibrations per second.

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  • Within the audible range, frequency means pitch-the higher the frequency, the higher a sound's pitch.

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  • What the baby eats can make a difference in stool frequency and acidity.

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  • Nor is there a correlation between the frequency of spells and scores on behavioral profiles.

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  • Treatment may decrease the number of spells in some anemic children; however, treatment with iron increases the frequency of spells in children who are not anemic.

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  • Violent scenes or frightening science fiction stories appear to influence the frequency and intensity of children's nightmares.

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  • They generally diminish in severity when the child is involved in an absorbing activity such as reading or doing homework, and increase in frequency and severity when the child is tired, ill, or stressed.

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  • It is supposed to reduce the frequency of tic bouts by increasing the child's awareness of them.

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  • Both Munchausen syndrome and Munchausen syndrome by proxy are thought to be rare, but there are no solid statistics on the frequency of either diagnosis.

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  • Language and learning difficulties occur with the same frequency in monolingual and bilingual children.

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  • Frequency and length of chemotherapy treatment depends on the form of cancer, types of drugs, how the patient responds to the treatment, and the patient's health and ability to tolerate the drugs.

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  • The highest frequency of alpha thalassemia diseases occurs in individuals of Southeast Asian and Chinese descent.

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  • One study of 500 pregnant women in northern Thailand estimated a frequency of one in 500 pregnancies affected by alpha thalassemia major, for example.

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  • The EFM continuously prints out a record of both the FHR and the duration and frequency of the uterine contractions, so that deviations from normal patterns can be identified.

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  • After surgery, ongoing precautions to reduce frequency of infection may have to be used.

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  • Traveler's diarrhea-An illness due to infection from a bacteria or parasite that occurs in persons traveling to areas where there is a high frequency of the illness.

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  • Antiepileptic drugs are medicines that reduce the frequency of epileptic seizures.

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  • A woman can assist the doctor in diagnosing the cause of oligomenorrhea by keeping a record of the time, frequency, length, and quantity of bleeding.

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  • Plyley. "Onset of Puberty, Menstrual Frequency, and Body Fat in Elite Rhythmic Gymnasts Compared with Normal Controls."

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  • The most common telltale symptom, however, is PCP; in fact, the frequency of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia in children with hyper-IgM syndrome was a useful clue to geneticists searching for the mutation that causes the disorder.

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  • The frequency of treatment with coagulation factors depends on the severity of the individual's disease.

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  • Developmental changes throughout childhood bring differences in the sleep-wake cycle and in the type and frequency of parasomnias that may interrupt sleep.

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  • Following the distribution of the first 10 million doses of VZV, it was determined that severe reactions occurred with a frequency of approximately one in 50,000.

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  • Unlike other types of adverse drug reactions, the frequency and severity of allergic reactions to drugs usually are independent of the amount of drug that is administered.

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  • Symptoms are often vague and include (in order of frequency) fatigue, headache, dizziness, sleep disturbances, cardiac symptoms, apathy, nausea, and memory disturbances.

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  • The frequency of bladder infections in humans varies significantly according to age and sex.

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  • The early symptoms of cystitis in women are dysuria (pain on urination); urgency (a sudden strong desire to urinate); and increased frequency of urination.

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  • Although the list of potential side effects and adverse effects is very long and contains some severe risks, the actual frequency of these risks is low.

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  • Chronic hives may be aggravated by stress, caffeine, alcohol, or tobacco; avoiding these may reduce the frequency of reactions.

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  • One enduring myth is that female masturbation can lead to decreased sensitivity of the clitoris resulting in a decrease in the frequency and intensity of female orgasm.

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  • The median frequency was seven times a week and the median length was two and one-half minutes.

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  • The exact incidence and prevalence of EC and ED are not known, but these diseases are occurring or being diagnosed with increasing frequency and are especially prominent in children.

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  • The frequency of severe combined immunodeficiency is estimated to be one out of every 50,000 to 500,000 births, and of combined variable immunodeficiency, one out of every 10,000 to 50,000 births.

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  • An EEG returns normal results when brain waves have normal frequency and amplitude and other characteristics are typical.

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  • Nightmares usually diminish in frequency and intensity over time.

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  • In rTMS, a large magnet is placed on the patient's head and magnetic fields of different frequency are generated to stimulate the left front cortex of the brain.

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  • Diagnosis is based on the severity, frequency, and duration of symptoms, and other factors that could indicate the presence of a serious illness.

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  • The type of nystagmus can accurately be determined by eye movement recordings, which map direction, frequency, null point, and amplitude of the nystagmus.

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  • Frequency of massage sessions can vary widely as needed based on the condition being treated.

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  • Sometimes, children experiencing normal disfluencies hesitate during speech or use fillers, including "um," with frequency.

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  • The physician will ask detailed questions about the child's symptoms, including when they first occurred, what seems to cause them, the frequency and severity, and how they are being managed.

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  • Children with asthma should follow up with their doctor every one to six months, depending on the frequency of attacks.

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  • The frequency and duration of HSV lesions can be reduced with antiviral therapy, including acyclovir (Zovirax), famciclovir (Famvir), and valacyclovir (Valtrex).

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  • Examples are vitamin C (to boost the immune system), zinc (to reduce the frequency of HSV outbreaks), aloe (a possible antiviral), lemon balm (to speed healing), and licorice (with anti-inflammatory and antiviral effects).

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  • The flutter valve is a hand-held mucus clearance device designed to combine positive expiratory pressure (PEP) with high frequency airway oscillations.

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  • In the first version of the IBQ, published in 1981, parents were asked to rate the frequency of these temperament-related behaviors in their child over a two-week period.

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  • The parents of a young child who has head tilt and is just learning to walk may also be concerned about the frequency with which their child loses his balance, increasing the risk of injury.

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  • Therefore, hyperglycemic episodes are also noted to be increasing in frequency among young people admitted to hospitals for treatment of diabetes.

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  • The label on the preparation should be checked for recommendations on length and frequency of use, since nasal sprays and nose drops should not be used for more than a few days.

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  • Domestic pets should be vaccinated against rabies; people should consult a veterinarian for advice about the frequency of booster vaccinations for the area in which they live.

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  • This includes the frequency needed for hair cuts and trims as well as prolonged styling.

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  • A smaller afro could have tapered sides to better suit particular face shapes, and a buzz cut could have a longer top to help elongate a face and reduce the frequency of trims.

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  • Although the price of almost thirty dollars per bottle may deter some consumers, Wen fans claim their hair has never looked or felt better, and that they actually find their frequency of shampooing decreases.

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  • If you aren't able to work that level of frequency into your schedule, at least plan to check for new postings several time each week.

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  • To include this information in the amortization schedule, list the frequency and amount on the mortgage calculator.

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  • For some who find themselves incapacitated due to the frequency and severity of the migraines, more detailed tests may be undertaken to ensure there is not a more complex underlying cause.

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  • The pre-labor contractions are inconsistent both in frequency and in duration.

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  • This increasing frequency and worsening of nausea is, for many women, an unmistakable sign that they are pregnant.

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  • What is your frequency and timing of intercourse?

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  • Perhaps unsurprisingly, a 2006 study found that the amount of sexual activity that teens see in the media correlates with their frequency of sexual encounters.

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  • In addition, an early sign of conceiving a baby is that the hormones increase the frequency of urination.

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  • While fatigue and headaches caused by hormones are often noticed by women or their spouses, increased frequency of urination may be overlooked.

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  • The cost to increase the number and frequency of the ferries was determined to be immense and was projected to grow even higher based on the growing Bay Area population.

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  • The frequency of a wave of light is expressed to the naked eye as a color, so the tinting of your lenses has a direct effect on the kind of light they block out.

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  • Side effects of taking melatonin supplements vary from one individual to another and can be influenced by factors such as the time of day and the frequency of consumption.

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  • Women taking probiotic supplements also mention reduced number, frequency and duration of vaginal yeast infections.

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  • This is because like other light sources, infrared has a set frequency to which it vibrates.

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  • The scientific reason behind this phenomenon states that the infrared's higher frequency forces the lower-frequency of the organic matter to speed up.

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  • Black and Decker recommends that users replace the filters on their Dust Busters approximately every six to nine months depending on frequency of use.

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  • Ask them questions about performance, construction, size, ease of cleaning and frequency of use.

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  • This site also has a crossword solver as well as word lists based on the frequency of letters included in Scrabble.

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  • By using the frequency of letters included in Scrabble, players can gain a larger vocabulary when they see what words those letters can form.

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  • In the profile section, each member has a photo, name of the city they live in, a physical description, drinking frequency, vegetarian/meat eater, religion, smoker/non-smoker, sun sign, and what type of person/relationship you are seeking.

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  • Boring someone has less to do with frequency of calling and has more to do with not demonstrating interest in the other person with whom you are in a conversation with as well as not reciprocating in the exchange of communication.

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  • I think of frequency of calling as something that evolves over time.

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  • For this reason the frequency of calling should coincide with this building of emotion for both of you.

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  • When couples are unhappy, the frequency and quality of sex usually goes down.

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  • Despite the apparently common nature of this form of gluten intolerance, it is diagnosed with far less frequency than actual celiac disease.

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  • Green is generally thought to contain a healing frequency.

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  • The Internet has only served as a breeding ground for the distribution of the urban legends hoax, so there's little hope that these stories will decrease in number or frequency.

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  • Other researchers are working on finding ways to help entities manipulate electromagnetic frequency (EMF) with a speech chip that converts the spirit-modulated EMF into words or allophones.

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  • Examples of factors that can influence spending include location, special dietary needs, frequency of restaurant meals, and the amount of time available to devote to meal preparation.

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  • Many online sites have featured True Blood related articles throughout the spring, increasing in frequency as the June 14, 2009 premiere date for the second season approached.

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  • The different styles available include the Emergency, which has a built-in micro transmitter that broadcasts on 121.5 MHz aircraft emergency frequency.

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  • The built in micro transmitter broadcasts on the 121.5 MHz aircraft emergency frequency.

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  • The distress frequency has a range of approximately 100 miles and transmits on the frequency that is monitored by Cospas-Sarsat, an international search-and-rescue operation.

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  • Such criteria could be the sudden increase in ambient sound level, a certain frequency being hit, the duration of a sound, or a combination of all those.

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  • Atomic clocks rely on atomic resonance frequency standards to count time in the most accurate manner possible.

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  • Functioning by way of atomic resonance frequency standards, most atomic clocks measure time to an accuracy of one to two seconds.

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  • These local centers host Ananda Marga events periodically; the frequency of such events depends on the size of the center and the amount of people in the region who stay up to date with this group and philosophy of lifestyle.

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  • One of the key components required is a high performance voltage-controlled oscillator which generates signals used in mixers (frequency converters ).

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  • It was decided to run the circuit from a fixed frequency oscillator for several reasons.

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  • To allow the transmission of high frequency sounds, the stapes is used as an auditory ossicle.

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  • The frequency of bag packers being present in our local Asda has been nearly 100% recently.

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  • Crop formation frequency, at least in England, has roughly paralleled sunspot numbers.

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  • Both the spectral and time-interval profiles have the units of frequency, and together they can explain most pitch perceptions.

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  • It has been shown that convoluted elements offer a substantial reduction in band gap frequency of 42% for a given lattice periodicity.

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  • The phase speed of the L and R wave modes have the same phase velocity at this frequency.

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  • Figure 3 Frequency modulation Figure 4 illustrates another form of modulation called phase modulation (PM ).

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  • For oblique propagation waves become linearly polarized at the crossover frequency.

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  • They were of limited success, causing poliomyelitis at a high frequency in recipients.

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  • Urinary tract infection, including prostatitis or sexually transmitted diseases, causing frequency and urgency.

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  • This pressure controls the pump speed through a frequency inverter whilst the pressure pulsation in the feed line is minimized.

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  • This is comparatively puny slice, the potential for harm from radiation increases with frequency.

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  • The modulation frequency corresponds to the Larmor precession frequency of the spin, or the Zeeman energy splitting of the spin quantum state.

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  • A pair of identical quartz crystals with axes arranged mutually perpendicular would be required with output signals added to produce a beat frequency.

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  • Band exposure quotient The sum of the frequency exposure quotients of a band at a location.

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  • Emergency position indicating radio beacons (EPIRB) are electronic devices that gives off a radio signal on the designated frequency of 406 MHz.

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  • At this frequency a parallel resonant circuit is formed between the primary inductance and the net capacitive reactance reflected back from the secondary.

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  • We have seen in Section 1 that the pulse repetition frequency (p.r.f.) is the number of pulses occurring in one second.

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  • Therefore we should look at what happens if we drive the resonator at a frequency that deviates significantly from its natural resonant frequency.

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  • However the inertia of the coil reduces high frequency response.

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  • At the end of the study, average seizure frequency had fallen to forty seizure frequency had fallen to forty seizures per week.

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  • There exists several suitable techniques to cope with frequency selectivity.

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  • A voltage selector plug permits adjustment of the output voltage, and the frequency can also be adjusted by tap selection internally.

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  • Without them, an early 8th century date would be likely, to account for the low frequency of Ipswich ware sherds.

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  • However, there was no shirking in the turnout for a lecture on " The Econometrics of Ultrahigh Frequency Data.

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  • Dual frequency simplex operation was used, so posts could not communicate with each other.

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  • The second component at frequency 200 remains a damped sinusoid.

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  • Further, the signal may be a slowly varying low frequency anharmonic oscillation, or a high frequency sinusoid.

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  • How can we reduce the frequency of unscheduled smears?

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  • It has been developed from the well proven telemetry system used on the GeoAcoustics dual frequency side-scan sonar.

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  • Before we can get to work on what the speech means we must work out from the frequency spectrogram what words are being spoken.

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  • Road traffic noise is variable and the frequency spectrum itself is not ideal for masking speech.

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  • Stride frequency is the time required to complete a stride frequency is the time required to complete a stride and is limited by the stride length.

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  • Responses on some labeled attitude measurement scales (e.g., interest in watching football) can also be nicely summarized via the frequency table.

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  • Usually a nose or throat swab Frequency of testing?

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  • Intended for amateur radio operators, the book also gives instructions for smaller projects such as simple frequency synthesizer and spectrum analyzer.

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  • In the radio frequency weapons area, you are talking tens of meters to tens of kilometers.

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  • In the radio frequency weapons area, you are talking tens of meters to tens of meters to tens of kilometers.

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  • Infrared tympanic thermometers (ITT's) measure the frequency of infrared light emitted by the tympanic membrane.

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  • A percentage transmittance of 100 would mean that all of that frequency passed straight through the compound without any being absorbed.

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  • Symphony also features an audible radio tuner - using a special sliding tone that goes up or down according to the frequency.

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  • Infrared tympanic thermometers (ITT's) measure the frequency of infrared light emitted by the tympanic thermometers (ITT's) measure the frequency of infrared light emitted by the tympanic membrane.

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  • The probe is optimized for amplitude and bandwidth, in order to present small scale surface undulations of a high spatial frequency to users.

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  • Small imperfections disappear, and even higher frequency undulations seem not to disturb it at all.

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  • Correspond determines the similarity of codon usage of two or more codon frequency tables.

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  • The original 60's design wah-wah pedal, with modified circuitry to deliver fatter, more open sound by lowering the effect's frequency range.

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  • Therefore a fifteen inch woofer requires a huge box to keep its resonant frequency low enough.

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  • If high-intensity workouts boost the body's metabolic rate, what is the impact of high- frequency training, eg twice daily workouts?

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  • A natural saltmarsh system shows a clear zonation according to the frequency of inundation.

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  • Seeing that the tribe was blotted out at the beginning of the 3rd century B.e., we can scarcely wonder that no record of its speech survives; but its geographical situation and the frequency of the co-suffix in that strip of coast (besides Aurunci itself we have the names Vescia, Mons Massicus, Marica, Glanica and Caedicii; see Italic Dialects, pp. 283 f.) rank them beyond doubt with their neighbours the Volsci.

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  • They occur with frequency also in northern Africa, and in many parts of North and South America the aboriginal populations have practised similar customs. Sepulchral tumuli, however, vary so much in shape and size that the external appearance is no criterion of age or origin.

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  • As an example of a large area throughout which thunder frequency for Hungary relates to the number of lightning strokes causing fire, and the figures for the United States relate to deaths by lightning.

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  • It is precisely defined by a vibration number recording the frequency of the pulsations of a tense string, a column of air, or other vibrator, in a second of time.

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  • Through this electromagnet pass impulses of current regulated in frequency by a tuningfork contact breaker; these impulses, acting on the teeth of the iron wheel, by a series of pulls keep it in uniform rotation.

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  • It has sometimes been claimed that Edison's proposed elevated plates anticipated the subsequent invention by Marconi of the aerial wire or antenna, but it is particularly to be noticed that Edison employed no spark gap or means for creating electrical high frequency oscillations in these wires.

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  • It was seen that the effect of the impact of the incident electric waves upon the vertical receiving wire was to create in it electrical oscillations, or in other words, high frequency alternating electric currents, such that whilst the potential variations were a maximum at the top or insulated end of the antenna the current at that point was zero and at the base the potential variation was zero and the current amplitude a maximum.

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  • Stone similarly devised a multiple inductive oscillation circuit with the object of forcing on the antenna circuit a single oscillation of definite frequency.'

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  • If the two circuits are in tune so that the numerical product of capacity and inductance of each circuit is the same or C L, = C L +CL and if k is the coefficient of coupling then the natural frequency of each circuit is n = I /2w / (CL), and when coupled two oscillations are set up in the secondary circuit having frequencies n and n2 such that n = n0/ (i - k) and n = nh,/ (I +k).

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  • If a simple receiving antenna as above described is set up with an oscillation-detecting device attached to it, we find that it responds to incident electric waves of almost any frequency or damping provided that the magnetic force of the wave is perpendicular to the antenna, and of sufficient intensity.

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  • On the other hand, if a closed oscillation circuit is constructed having capacity and considerable inductance, then oscillations can be set up in it by very small periodic electromotive forces provided these have a frequency exactly agreeing with that of the condenser circuit.

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  • The success so far achieved in isolating electric wave telegraphic stations has been based upon the principles of electric resonance and the fact that electric oscillations can be set up in a circuit having capacity and considerable inductance by feeble electromotive impulses, provided they are of exactly the natural frequency of the said circuit.

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  • If therefore we can measure the frequency of the oscillations in an antenna we are able to tell the wave-length emitted.

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  • Moreover, as the velocity of propagation is a function of the frequency, there is distortion of the complex waves.

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  • Towards morning the fever abates; the pulse falls in frequency, but does not come down to the normal; headache and aching in the loins and limbs become less, but do not cease altogether; the body temperature falls, but does not touch the level of apyrexia.

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  • The frequency of select-committees and commissions, which sat in 1814, 1821 and 1822, 1833 and 1836, testifies to the gravity of the crisis.

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  • Observe that an increase of the frequency of movement, or even of the average daily movement, is not necessarily objectionable, since changes are less harassing when they take place by small increments than when they are brought about by a few big variations.

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  • There is also a difficulty about the frequency of movement, because as a rule many movements take place in one day the total over a period sufficiently lengthy to yield general results is enormous, and many are unrecorded.

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  • However, the count of frequency of movement from daily closing prices would probably afford a roughly satisfactory comparative measurement in markets in which prices sometimes remain the same for a day or two together.

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  • The instrument can be calibrated by continuous currents and may then be used for high frequency alternating currents.

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  • The frequency with which even the most highly cultivated strains produce degenerate offspring is notorious, and is probably the reason for the profound belief in telegonic action asserted by most breeders.

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  • There is a close analogy between the variation of dielectric constant of an insulator with electric force frequency and that of the rigidity or stiffness of an elastic body with the frequency of applied mechanical stress.

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  • He found that his crystal-grating gave a spectrum of two lines for each element and that their frequency increased by definite steps ashepassed from one element to the next; indeed, the frequency of vibration associated with each element was a simple function of a number which he found to be identical with the atomic number.

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  • The high cheek-bone and the hawk'sbill nose are universally distributed in the two Americas; so also are proportions between parts of the body, and the frequency of certain abnormalities of the skull, the hyoid bone, the humerus and the tibia.

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  • In Rayleigh's experiment the 32 fork was made to drive electrically one of frequency about 128, and somewhat as with the phonic wheel, the frequency was controlled so as to be exactly four times that of the 32 fork.

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  • When two tones are sounded together with frequencies not very different, " beats " or swellings-out of the sound are heard of frequency equal to the difference of frequencies of the two tones (see below).

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  • The standard frequency for laboratory work is c =128, so that middle L' = 256 and treble c"= 512 The standard for musical instruments has varied (see Pitch, Musical).

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  • Unfortunately, this frequency may cause inference with cell phones or cordless phones; this interference causes loud screeching noises and can be very annoying.

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  • Depending on the frequency, you may also have interference with your neighbors' monitors or cordless phones.

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  • You can also set your monitor to a different frequency than your cordless phone to lower the risk of interference.

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  • Using two separate video monitors increases the risk of frequency interference since monitors often use similar frequencies.

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  • Because each receiver is programmed on a different frequency, interference isn't usually an issue.

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  • The clarity of its 900Mhz frequency and the 350 foot range make this monitor a favorite among parents.

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  • Check on posting dates, posting frequency, and topic relevancy before you sign up to become a member and begin posting.

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  • Ensuring good air circulation tends to reduce disease frequency, and pests can be spotted and plants isolated in the event of an outbreak.

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  • This used a single frequency to open and close the door.

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  • However, if your ultimate goal is to wear these clothes time after time, year after year, then you can rely on the old "cost per wear" analysis that takes into account the item's price and the frequency it will be worn.

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  • These ingredients are common allergens which can cause allergy-related symptoms such as excessive licking, hair loss, and greater frequency of ear infections.

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  • If you look at the inspection frequency list for Ohio food service operators, there are various food places noted as needing inspections at least once during each licensing period.

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  • Patience can be very hard to find, and the frequency with which one yells or cries can become increased.

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  • Teaches the problems of driving without adequate sleep and aims to help reduce the frequency of this occurring.

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  • In many cases, lifestyle changes effectively reduce the frequency and severity of snoring.

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  • Before recommending anti-snoring devices or developing a treatment plan, your doctor will perform a medical examination and ask you and your partner questions about the frequency and severity of your snoring.

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  • Effective treatment of these conditions generally reduces the frequency and intensity of snoring episodes.

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  • The light is of a frequency that humans can't see.

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  • The opposing players and "manager" AI routines learn your strengths and weaknesses and attempt to adapt to situations and run successful plays with greater frequency.

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  • Guitar Hero is a rhthym game from Harmonix, the makers of Frequency and Amplitude.

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  • Just when you were getting tired of moving your feet to the music, Harmonix, the company behind the fantastic Frequency and Amplitude, brings you Guitar Hero, a rhythm game that features, you guessed it, playing a guitar.

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  • Games such as Frequency and Amplitude, for example, allow you to play along to popular rock songs while gliding along multi-colored tracks.

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  • You can customize lots of game options, such as setting the power-up frequency and type.

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  • Xizzle Beads are traded for Xizzles, which not only give your Urb special abilities and privileges, but depending on which Rep Group your Urb has been assigned to, Xizzles will also help decrease the frequency of filling your needs bars.

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  • You can define the brightness of the light as well as the frequency of the strobe effect.

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  • This is akin to the frequencies that you use with cordless phones in the home, except you're not exactly free to choose which frequency you want to use.

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  • Because T-Mobile does not make use of the 850MHz frequency, reception may vary depending on where you are located.

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  • The lower frequency typically has better range and penetration than the 1900MHz frequency.

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  • There are also other ways to keep tabs on people without utilizing GPS; it's as simple as picking up the right frequency.

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  • The problem with the phone is that it may emit more radio frequency output than what is allowed by official government standards.

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  • In a neurosonogram, ultra high frequency sound waves are used to analyze blood flow and possible blockages in the blood vessels in or leading to the brain.

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  • While listening to the heartbeat, the physician carefully evaluates several factors, including the loudness, frequency, pitch, duration, location, and timing of the murmur with the patient's heartbeat.

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  • Drugs within a class may vary in their frequency and severity of adverse effects.

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  • Aspirin should never be given to children under the age of 16 who have chickenpox or influenza, because children who have received aspirin for these conditions seem to have a higher than expected frequency of developing Reye's syndrome.

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  • During this first phase, a woman's contractions typically increase in frequency and duration.

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  • The frequency of forceps delivery varies from one hospital to the next, depending on the experience of staff and the types of anesthesia offered at the hospital.

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  • It occurs with equal frequency in males and females.

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  • The type and frequency of lies and the reasons why a child may be dishonest are also related to their stage of moral development.

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  • The exact frequency of Tourette syndrome is unknown, but estimates range from 0.05 percent to 2 percent.

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  • Not only is there extreme variability in symptoms among individuals with Tourette syndrome, but individuals commonly experience variability in type, frequency, and severity of symptoms over the course of their lifetime.

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  • Several factors appear to affect the severity and frequency of tics.

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  • Stress appears to increase the frequency and severity of tics, while concentration on another part of the body that is not involved in a tic can result in the temporary alleviation of symptoms.

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  • Relaxation following attempts to suppress the occurrence of tics may result in an increased frequency of tics.

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  • An increased frequency and severity of tics can also result from exposure to such drugs as steroids, cocaine, amphetamines, and caffeine.

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  • Stimulants should be used with caution in individuals with Tourette syndrome, since they can sometimes increase the frequency and severity of tics.

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  • Another third will experience a significant drop off in the severity and/or frequency of their symptoms during this time.

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  • There does not appear to be a definite correlation between the type, frequency, and severity of symptoms and the eventual prognosis.

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  • The frequency of multiple births in the United States has been steadily increasing with advances in reproductive technologies.

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  • But if those blue or bad moods begin to interfere with schoolwork and daily living and start to increase in frequency, parents or caregivers need to seek help from their child's doctor.

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  • It is distressing, but not life-threatening, and occurs with increased frequency in African Americans.

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  • Good general health, especially good nutrition, can keep the immune system healthy, which decreases the frequency with which these colonies begin an infection or attack on the lung tissue.

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  • It is found in populations all over the world (20,000-40,000 people have a type of the disease), and it occurs with equal frequency in males and females.

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  • There have been occasional periods in history where the frequency of congenital amputations has increased.

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  • The condition occurs with equal frequency in males and females (although the onset of symptoms is usually earlier in males).

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  • When taken by mouth, acyclovir reduces the frequency of herpes outbreaks.

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  • Individuals with A-T have an increased frequency of spontaneous breaks in their chromosomes as well as an increased frequency of chromosomal rearrangements.

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  • The frequency of chromosomal breaks is increased when T-lymphocytes are exposed to x rays in the laboratory, and this sensitivity to ionizing irradiation forms the basis for a specialized A-T diagnostic test.

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  • Those who carried a single "beneficial" mutation in the MEFV gene were more likely to survive and reproduce, which may explain the high carrier frequency (up to one in five) in some populations.

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  • Each color in the spectrum delivers a frequency that reacts with the human temperament, causing subtle to noticeable changes in your mood and health over time.

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  • For individual use, it all depends on the style and frequency of your practice.

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  • The issued blink cards have embedded chips utilizing RFID or Radio Frequency Identification Tags that transmit information to a reader once they are waved within an inch of the reader's scanner.

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  • The new frequency band on the block, rapidly replacing all older models.

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  • The lower frequency 2.4-GHz DSS phones or some models with handset-to-handset talk capability may interfere with baby monitors and other wireless products operating on the same frequency.

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  • Check the fine print for the frequency each model offers.

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  • Because technology is rapidly changing, purchasing a cordless phone using a 2.4-Ghz frequency band isn't a good idea.

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  • Even if a customer has provided an e-mail address, the type of correspondence, frequency of delivery and certain types of persistent messaging may drive customers away.

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  • If interaction is very important to you, be sure to ask questions related to the types and frequency of communication when researching different programs.

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  • The frequency with which you wipe your boards clean after regular use will have an impact on how often you need to use a cleaning solution on them.

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  • The frequency with which you need to perform this task varies based on how frequently you use your grill for meal preparation.

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  • The answer to "How much vinegar do I use to clean a coffee pot?" depends on its age and frequency of use as well as whether it has been previously cleaned.

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  • Acceptance of coping with pain helps minimize the extent and frequency of a binge.

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  • If you suffer any of these symptoms with regular frequency, it is important to talk with your doctor.

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  • In addition to reducing the frequency and severity of acid reflux symptoms, a diet that embraces whole grains, lean proteins, and vegetables in a natural state will have numerous other health benefits.

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  • Of course, you may have to adjust the intensity and frequency depending on your current physical condition and abilities.

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  • Also, it is important to remember that the key to toning any part of the body is consistency, frequency, regularly changing routines, eating healthy and doing a balance of both cardio and strength training.

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  • The frequency of how often you stretch is up to you, but it's best to include it as part of your regular exercise plan.

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  • The frequency and duration of exercise depends both on what your physician recommends and what you can do without triggering symptoms.

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  • Appropriate amounts of exercise, performed at a frequency which doesn't overtax you may help you to improve your quality of life with pulmonary hypertension.

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  • Here again, insurance companies have statistics guiding them about the chances of an accident occurring in the zip code where the vehicle remains when not in use as well as the frequency and length of the vehicle's use.

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  • This should include all the drugs you are currently taking along with dosages and frequency.

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  • Destinations and frequency of trips contribute to the riskiness of travel insurance for people with health problems.

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