Scaled sentence example

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  • Fish are plentiful in the Nile, both scaled and without scales.
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  • On the 17th of July the crusaders, the aged doge Dandolo at their head, scaled the walls and took the city by storm.
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  • After a short search, she found a small cave and scaled the boulders in front of it.
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  • Rotting wood and a single tree are just two examples of larger microhabitats which can be endlessly scaled down into ever smaller microhabitats.
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  • As soon as the mother entered the house, he pocketed the phone, scaled the fence at a low corner, crossed to the surprised boy in a few steps, and placed a rag over his face.
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  • He looked up instinctively, sensing something different about this thunder.  It didn't sound like the rumbling thunder he'd heard in the mortal world.  It sounded like an explosion in the sky.  The jungle canopy blocked his view, so he leapt up to catch the branch of the nearest tree.  He scaled the tree quickly, stopping only when he broke through the layers of leaves.  More tiny explosions came, and he twisted to see what they were.
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  • In building the fortress of Sacsahuaman, heights had to be scaled; in Tiahuanaco stones weighing 4 00 tons were carried seventeen miles; in the edifices of 011antaytambo not only were large stones hauled up an ascent, but were fitted perfectly.
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  • He took and held Berwick, and (14th of October 1322) defeated Edward with heavy loss near Byland Abbey in Yorkshire, where the highlanders scaled a cliff and drove the English from a formidable position.
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  • input signal can be scaled to give the reading directly in psi.
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  • Scaled up over northern Europe, mild winters are evidently a major lifesaver, but this is conveniently ignored too.
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  • overlay grid can now be scaled with image.
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  • Choosing fabrics Use a restricted color palette, neutrals with one color and motifs that are small scaled.
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  • sense of achievement seeing your process scaled up for the first time!
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  • spectacled bear first paddled across a moat using a log for a raft, then scaled a wall.
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  • It does perhaps appear somewhat spotty to the naked eye but under a lens is clearly seen to be very hairy or scaled.
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  • There were chimneys we climbed; there were boulders we scaled; and the streams that ran swift after rain.
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  • truncated in a square window scaled to include 95% of the total PSF flux.
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  • The bars represent the best fit coefficient of the suitably scaled wavelet to the data over the interval around the bar.
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  • You also get a great sense of achievement seeing your process scaled up for the first time !
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  • Their massively green scaled bodies skulking around, looking for someone useless to play with.
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  • Juan the Andean spectacled bear first paddled across a moat using a log for a raft, then scaled a wall.
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  • Where the XMM PSF was used, this was truncated in a square window scaled to include 95% of the total PSF flux.
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  • Three climbers scaled the tower and unfurled a 50-foot orange and black banner with the words ' Climate Crime '.
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  • Clive Adams also managed a good fish on his first trip of the season, a big scaled mirror weighing 24lb 12oz.
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  • If you recall the late '90s tech boom, you'll remember how dotcoms scaled shortly after their inception because money was pouring into their coffers.
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  • If your dog is wedged under the sofa or your cat has scaled a 10-foot bookcase, take note.
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  • If you're an avid pet lover, you might want to dedicate a space in the house to some of your furry, scaled or feathered friends.
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  • In 1991, the Compact version was scaled down even more-30% instead of 50%--which let the publishers release one volume.
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  • In some cases, the drug will be gradually scaled back little by little until it is cut out completely.
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  • Over time, he scaled back to just three girlfriends, with Holly taking top dog spot on the girlfriend roster.
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  • A trained professional knows which areas can be scaled back to reduce costs, and which upgrades are essential for long term usability of the home.
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  • Fit: We don't just make the clothes from our women's line "bigger." They are carefully scaled to fit a plus-sized customer, with special attention to the hips, arm and leg openings, for example.
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  • Petite and tall plus sizes are perfectly scaled to the appropriate height proportions for each.
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  • Recognizing that seniors often don't require large amounts of food, portions are scaled back, resulting in savings for the customer.
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  • With a continuously growing variety, your child can wear glasses ranging from her favorite cartoon characters to a scaled down version of your designer frames.
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  • Many designers who make eyewear create versions for kids that resemble adult frames but are scaled down in size to fit a smaller face.
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  • The cars are modeled beautifully (though damage is nonexistent, but blame the car manufacturer, not the gamemakers), and the environments are scaled nicely and are rich in detail.
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  • The troopers are scaled down Master Chief in respect to abilities.
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  • Players were wowed by the Mode 7 graphics, a special variety of SNES technology that allowed sprites to be rotated and scaled to simulate 3D environments.
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  • Race your high-performance machine to the realistically scaled streets of Tokyo, London, and San Francisco.
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  • An Xbox system with scaled down features, a simplified interface and loads of simple flash-type games could be a huge draw for this group.
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  • So speed and pixel pushing would have to be scaled, but possibly not dramatically.
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  • They are shorter and scaled down and may not have as many luxuries and amenities as a larger trailer.
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  • However, many of the sports prized by adults, often scaled down for play by children, require higher levels of distance judgment and hand-eye coordination, as well as quicker reaction times, than are reasonable for middle childhood.
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  • Once the roux has cooked for about five minutes, add the scaled milk to the roux whisking constantly.
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  • Finish by creasing the tail at several points to make it appear scaled.
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  • A scaled down proportion for the bodice is a signature component of petite women's halter dresses.
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  • Depending on the designs (metal accents, gemstones, etc.), the decorative elements can be scaled down proportionally to elegantly match on both men's and women's rings.
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  • Size-adjusted rings are proportionally scaled down for a better fit (and smaller budget).
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  • Katie Holmes' five carat engagement ring, for example, can easily be scaled down to a one carat variation that preserves the design elements but is far more suitable for most women.
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  • Essentially, a netbook is a scaled down version of a full-size laptop computer.
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  • It is water resistant up to 10 ATM and its clasp is finely finished with a scaled texture.
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  • One of the nice things about supplemental insurance is that your dental needs can be scaled to your budget, and you can choose to pay only for the necessary coverage or you may choose to create a buffer in case of an emergency.
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  • This program was designed to work on several servers, and can be scaled up in order to do more for web, mail, DNS and database applications without any servers going down.
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  • It's very easy to read, at a distance or when it's scaled to a minute size.
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  • By this decree the outstanding capital of the exterior debt, to which were added the Ramazan certificates above mentioned, and all interest fallen due, making a grand total of £252,800,000, was scaled down to £106,437,234 (£T117,080,958).
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  • The mountain peaks are usually rounded and easily scaled, and as roads have been constructed over their slopes and in every direction through the forests, all points of interest may be easily reached by stage.
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  • The French advance met at first with little opposition, and several divisions scaled the cliffs of the lower Alma without difficulty.
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  • Three days later it was scaled from the Italian side by a party of men from Val Tournanche.
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  • The showerbath was scaled only to find that the water issued from an impenetrable bedding plane.
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  • bitmap graphics, vector graphics can be scaled to any size without losing information.
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  • A high correlation has been found between the scaled index and helical twisting power for a range of chiral dopants.
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  • In his human form, Tarou wears a scaled vest and bracers and earrings, and is extremely effeminate in appearance.
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  • full-service airlines have cut or scaled back services, the low-fares sector has been quick to fill the vacuum.
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  • But Flavilla obstinately insisted on her scaled and fish-tailed costume.
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  • Zonal data typically provide an aggregation of more micro scaled observations.
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  • millivolt signals are easily scaled for indicating the process in specified engineering units.
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  • These scaled down homes can be rented for any period of time for a fraction of the cost of a France hotel.
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  • 34 in., scaled 971 lb.
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  • Fighting cautiously at first with his leading line to gain time for his second to come up, he then charged and broke up the hostile right wing of cavalry, while some battalions of infantry scaled the hill and captured the Bavarian guns.
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  • When the central group was done the heat was applied, but it was found to take effect unequally; the colours in the upper part ran or scaled from the wall, and the result was a failure more or less complete.
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