Contact level

Related to Contact level: Level Up
a delicate level so pivoted as to tilt when two parts of a measuring apparatus come into contact with each other; - used in precise determinations of lengths and in the accurate graduation of instruments.

See also: Contact

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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However, limitations of this study included the fact that we did not ask about the contact level with someone having autism, source of their information, misperceptions, myths or cultural beliefs about autism, and also the strengths of autism like being honest, loving and perfectionist and having special talents in arts, music, math, good memory, etc.
The level sensors are mainly classified as contact level sensors and non-contact level sensors.
The study indicated that In spite of the low rate of credit union success at the regional office contact level, there were very few appeals filed with the NCUA's supervisory review committee.
A relationship between contact level in sport participation and level of aggression has been reported (Bredemeier, Weiss, Shields & Copper, 1986; Ticker & Parks, 2001).
Tasked with 'framing' the enemy at contact level (from naught to 5000 metres), the battlegroup operates in the most demanding of environments.
And make sure you're carefully tracking user transactions at both the account and user contact level to shed light on emerging sales opportunities.
* On a lot more personal contact level, drinks and conversation late one night with former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker in a Kathmandu hotel bar.
It is exquisitely more complicated when one is in Montreal, where the No Body Contact level is obliterated and replaced by the level-two peck on the cheek.
What happens at the contact level is much more complex, this damping coming from a continuous variation of cutting conditions lengthways the tool trajectory.
Other topics include multilevel process integration; copper; metallization, material science and interfaces; advanced semiconductor device architecture; reliability and performance; CMP; contact level silicide; and packaging/emerging technology.