function shift

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function shift

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function change

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1. (Grammar) grammar a change in the syntactic function of a word, as when the noun mushroom is used as an intransitive verb
2. (Phonetics & Phonology) linguistics sound change involving a realignment of the phonemic system of a language
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We are now operating with a clear focus on our highest priority markets, making concentrated investments across the platform including a step function change in our pace of adding new properties to our marketplace.
5-7) Although the literature has highlighted the relationship between SUI and sexual dysfunctions, there were still few studies about sexual function change after treatment of SUI.
In this study the liver function change was evaluated according to the liver regeneration rate after liver transplantation.
The researchers found no significant differences between the two groups over time in cognitive function change.
Kidney function change during antiretroviral therapy Viread ART No HIV 1 year 94.
This option avoids investment in mobilizing a development team when requirements for a business function change quickly.
In the present study, we attempted to identify preoperative radiographic factors associated with renal function change.
The plant can by consider as linear system and transfer function change is capable.
Because the research questions addressed signal and function change before and after communicative transitions, if any sessions preceded or followed a child's stage transition, we designated these sessions as pre- and posttransitions for that child.
Noting foundries' difficult yet critical challenge ahead for zero defects, Witt said he expects some will make that function change, and some won't.
The data included in the ESC Congress 2014 Hot Line session were derived from a post hoc exploratory analysis of the RE-LY study that included over 18,000 patients and compared kidney function change in patients treated with either warfarin or Pradaxa (110mg or 150mg twice daily).
testing and assessment of cognitive function change.