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expected and weight
The expected advantages would have lighter materials, no or reduced cooling system, and hence a major weight reduction.
In view of the Ottoman fleet's superiority in speed and broadside weight, the Greek planners expected it to sortie from the straits early in the war.
Throughout its life cycle, an IFV is expected to gain 30 % more weight from armour additions.
By the end of the 15th century was widely professed and taught in many theological faculties, but such was the influence of the Dominicans, and the weight of the arguments of Thomas Aquinas ( who had been canonised in 1323 and declared " Doctor Angelicus " of the Church in 1567 ) that the Council of Trent ( 1545 – 63 )— which might have been expected to affirm the doctrine — instead declined to take a position.
Foreign cargo weight transported is expected to increase from 28 million tonnes to 100 million tonnes over the same period.
An extension to BGP is the use of Multipathing-this typically requires identical MED, weight, origin and AS-path although some implementations provide the ability to relax the AS-path checking to only expect an equal path length rather than the actual AS numbers in the path being expected to match too.
From the beginning, event horses had to carry a minimum weight of ( including rider and saddle ) during the endurance test, since military horses were expected to be able to carry such weight.
In particular, the weight of the train expected to be hauled was to be three times the actual weight of the locomotive.
They can include failure to gain weight and grow at the expected rate ( failure to thrive ); diarrhea ; abnormal star-shaped red blood cells ( acanthocytosis ); and fatty, foul-smelling stools ( steatorrhea ).
Critical cartridge specifications include neck size caliber, bullet weight, expected velocity, maximum pressure, headspace, overall length, primer type, case body diameter and taper, shoulder design, rim type, etc.
T < sub > m </ sub > depends on the molecular weight of the polymer and thermal history, so lower grades may have lower melting points than expected.
IUGR is used to describe a pattern of intrauterine fetal growth that deviates from expected norms, whereas SGA is a category assigned based on birth weight.
These compromises are difficult to reconcile, and efforts to do so can reduce or even negate the expected advantages of the flying wing design, such as reductions in weight and drag.
The tropical species Archegozetes longisetosus is one of the strongest animals in the world, relative to its mass ( 100 μg ): It lifts up to 1, 182 times its own weight, over five times more than would be expected of such a minute animal.
In view of the Ottoman fleet's superiority in speed and broadside weight, the Greek planners expected it to sortie from the straits early in the war.
It is expected that the total weight of the cryostat and its on-telescope electronics will be under 400 kg.
There are numerous variants on the traditional road tourer depending on the weight carried and the type of terrain expected.
Ray ( 2005 ) similarly disputes the weight of the argument on logical grounds, claiming that statistical analysis on " political similarity " uses a main variable which is an extension of " joint democracy " by linguistic redefinition, and so it is expected that the war reducing effects are carried on in the new analysis.
The Vulcan was over its normal maximum take-off weight — each carried, as well as extra equipment like the DASH 10 and a chemical toilet, a highly experienced Air to Air Refuelling Instructor ( AARI ) from the Victor tanker force who would fly the Vulcan during refuelling — and fuel usage was higher than expected.
The routine use of cesarean section for early delivery of infants expected to have very low birth weight is controversial, and a decision concerning the route and time of delivery probably needs to be made on a case by case basis.
These techniques keep the volume of the gas bubble within the BC as small as possible at the beginning of a dive, while leaving just enough gas in the BC at first submersion to be able to compensate for the expected slow loss of diver weight as the dive progresses, as a result of gas used ( in practice, about 5 to 8 lbs.
A receiver's height and weight also contribute to his expected role ; tall in height and light in weight are advantages at the receiver position.

expected and loss
If a mutual is large, or is expected to grow if it can raise capital by a conversion, its managers derive more value from a conversion but do not suffer much loss of perks than if the bank were small.
After 10 rounds, the expected loss will be 10 x 1 x 5. 26 % = 0. 53.
As you can see, standard deviation is many times the magnitude of the expected loss.
As the number of rounds increases, eventually, the expected loss will exceed the standard deviation, many times over.
From the formula, we can see the standard deviation is proportional to the square root of the number of rounds played, while the expected loss is proportional to the number of rounds played.
As the number of rounds increases, the expected loss increases at a much faster rate.
It is the high ratio of short-term standard deviation to expected loss that fools gamblers into thinking that they can win.
Further, the necessity to serve up a dubiously justified happy ending, although expected by audiences, actually has another effect of heightening the sense of falseness and contrived stories, underpinning the public's loss of belief in virtually anything any mass media says.
By 2005, Greenland was beginning to lose more ice volume than anyone expected – an annual loss of up to per year, according to more recent satellite gravity measurements released by JPL.
* Sales and purchases on credit take place at prices that compensate for the expected loss of purchasing power during the credit period, even if the period is short ;
It was expected that dating the split of the ancestral human louse into two species, the head louse and the pubic louse, would date the loss of body hair in human ancestors.
If the illiquid assets subsequently turned out to be worth less than expected, the remaining investors would bear the full loss while the redeemed investor would have borne none.
These procedures specify how an IFR pilot should respond, even in the event of a complete radio failure, and loss of communications with ATC, including the expected aircraft course and altitude.
The risk of function is defined as the expected loss of.
Shanghai Model Port Alliance is responsible for many of the upgrades that are expected to make Shanghai's port more automated, minimizing the loss of goods and time while helping Customs collect more accurate tariffs.
The formula proposes calculation of ALE ( annualised loss expectancy ) and compares the expected loss value to the security control implementation costs ( cost-benefit analysis ).
Dementia ( taken from Latin, originally meaning " madness ", from de-" without " + ment, the root of mens " mind ") is a serious loss of global cognitive ability in a previously unimpaired person, beyond what might be expected from normal aging.
These methods are expected to produce more accurate and reliable predictions of the path loss than the empirical methods ; however, they are significantly more expensive in computational effort and depend on the detailed and accurate description of all objects in the propagation space, such as buildings, roofs, windows, doors, and walls.
It is conservative, in that if it were used to measure the individual losses of several long fibers, and the long fibers were concatenated, the total loss obtained ( excluding splice losses ) would be expected to be lower than the sum of the individual fiber losses.
If the procedure is expected to result in significant blood loss, an autologous blood donation may be made some weeks prior to surgery.
It was expected that the PvdA would do well in the upcoming 2006 elections, but the party lost the race for Prime Minister to the Christian Democratic Appeal after suffering a loss of 9 seats.
In a war where materiel trumped élan, Falkenhayn expected a favorable loss exchange ratio, as he believed that the French would cling fanatically to what would become a death trap.
Frogs and lizards are expected to suffer from increased drought. Calculations suggest that the loss of cloud forest in Mexico would lead to extinction of up to 37 vertebrates specific to that region.

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