How to use Positional in a sentence

positional
  • Positional accuracy The degree to which a position is measured or depicted, relative to its correct value established by a more accurate process.

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  • The phoneme /x / (voiceless) has a positional allophone [G] (voiced ).

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  • This will allow amplification for individual channels in a small volume with high positional accuracy.

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  • Alcohol or drug intoxication, delirium, obesity and respiratory problems (asthma among them) can increase the risk of positional asphyxia.

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  • With Gallas's versatility we can overcome more positional constraints than usual.

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  • It will also aid positional cloning experiments, by providing a resource for clone walking.

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  • The solitary change is positional and involves Nick Easter moving from blindside flanker to number 8, swapping with Andre Vos.

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  • Trans and positional isomers are formed during this process, and these are found in depot fat and milk fat.

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  • Positional isomerism, an example of structural isomerism, occurs when functional groups are in different positions on the same carbon chain.

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  • The coronal nasal is the segmentally unmarked nasal and therefore we do not expect strong positional preferences.

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  • Each option argument is also parsed into its own positional parameter.

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  • A positional uncertainty of 4 " indicates sources detected also by the HRI.

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  • Patients with a clear history of positionally related vertigo almost always have benign positional vertigo.

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  • A positional uncertainty of 4 indicates sources detected also by the HRI.

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  • Positional therapies - Adjusting the way you sleep can improve the symptoms of sleep apnea.

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  • Many children with spina bifida have non-surgical treatments as well, such as positional aides to help the child sit and stand, physical therapy, and bracing and splints usually of the lower extremities.

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  • Positional nonsyndromic plagiocephaly is a form of craniosynostosis.

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  • This successfully reduced the number of infants with SIDS, but also increased the number of infants suffering from positional plagiocephaly due to back sleeping.

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  • An infant with positional nonsyndromic plagiocephaly has a flattened skull at the back of the head.

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  • This condition is also commonly called positional molding or deformational plagiocephaly.

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  • Deformational plagiocephaly (positional molding)-A form of craniosynostosis in which the head is misshapen, the result of constant pressure to the same area of the head.

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  • Positional plagiocephaly, the result of an infant's back sleeping position, can be treated by varying the infant's sleeping position from back to side sleeping, and providing tummy play time.

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  • When positional molding is identified at less than three months of age, repositioning is usually successful in stopping the plagiocephaly and reversing the flattening.

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  • The exception is positional plagiocephaly, which results from an infant being put to sleep on the back.

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  • A child needs to be carefully evaluated when craniosynostosis is present to distinguish between positional plagiocephaly, caused by back sleeping, and other forms of craniosynostosis.

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  • Positional plagiocephaly can be treated by repositioning the infant and perhaps by having the infant wear a helmet.

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  • You could be an attacker or a defender, or you could relay on positional play or you might try to simplify the board as quick as possible.

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