abnormity


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abnormity

(æbˈnɔːmɪtɪ)
n, pl -ities
formal lack of normality; a deviation from the usual or typical
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Beijing: China's attempt to launch its second heavy-lift carrier rocket 'Long March-5 Y2' on Sunday failed after abnormity was detected during the flight, official media reported.
Objective: To study the clinical value of prenatal diagnosis of umbilical cord entry abnormity (UCEA) by means of color Doppler ultrasound (CDUS).
The abnormity and monstruosity of Nazist ideology with its manipulations of Darwinism are implied here: the consequences of such an utterance on Edmund's acts and life are enormous and irrevocable.
Prevalence of abnormity of blood lipid and associated factors in health examination population in Beijing.
In addition, microscope observation showed that diosgenin combined with CQ or 3-MA induced more obvious morphology changes including cell shrinkage, abnormity, and death as compared with diosgenin treatment alone (Fig.
From Figure 19 showing inversion result for high-low resistance composite pattern (with the landform being taken into account), it is observed that the inversion result has satisfactorily reconstructed the real geoelectric model with no redundant abnormity, whereas the high resistance anomalous body, though being located correctly, is observed with its resistance value as just 600 ohm-m which is far different from the real value of 3000 ohm-m.
Control charts are widely used in abnormity monitoring and control in manufacturing and other processes.
Quercetin, Similar to DFO, Suppressed the EthanolInduced Iron Abnormity of Hepatic Tissue and Especially Lysosomal Compartment.
First, three typical swarm intelligence models and their applications in abnormity detection are introduced, including Ant Colony Optimization (ACO), Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO), Bee Colony Optimization (BCO).
The cause of mechanical small bowel intestinal obstruction includes gallstones foreign bodies bezoars tumors adhesions congenital abnormity intussusceptions and volvulus1.