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a person who or a thing that determines


(dɪˈtɜr mə nər)

1. one that determines.
2. a member of a subclass of English limiting adjectival words that usu. precede descriptive adjectives, including the articles the, a, and an, and any words that may substitute for them, as your, their, some, and each.
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ADS provides IIDs under its Determinator product line, which Directed will maintain moving forward.
Calorific value and total sulfur determinations and proximate analysis were separately carried out using an SDC5015 Calorimeter, an SDS616 Sulfur Determinator and an Xl-2000 Muffle Furnace (all Sande Technology Co.
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The coal samples were analyzed for calorific value [10] by Isoperibol bomb calorimeter (Parr 6300, USA) and sulfur content [11] by SC-32 LECO sulfur determinator.
Developed by scientists at the Western Research Institute, the novel separation process is called asphaltene determinator.
Persistent hyperglycemia is a better determinator of prognosis than admission glycemia in patients with acute coronary syndrome.
Also, intrinsic resistance Pseudomonas aeruginosa easily develop acquired resistance either by mutation in chromosomally encoded genes or by the horizontal gene transfer of antibiotic resistance determinator [1].
We estimated percent fecal nitrogen (FN) using an elemental determinator (TruSpec CHN, LECO Corporation, St.
Where these are available, we have included reference to outcomes studies because it is such evidence-based material which is a powerful determinator of theory and direction, enabling the development and testing of protocols (or strictly observed guidelines) as a means of establishing best practice.
land-falling hurricanes during the weather satellite era (1960-2014), incorporating first storm day as the determinator FSD < 177 (DOY) r NTC NH NMH NUSLFH (m = 11.
Idealab screens them for market size, because that's a big determinator of how much we want to put in there.