unconspicuous


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unconspicuous

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Not readily noticed or seen:
Idiom: having a low profile.
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In our case, the clinical presentation, including headache, fever, drowsiness, and meningeal irritation, was nonspecific; and neuroimaging finding was unconspicuous on initial CT scanning.
4, the absorption peaks of four samples have unconspicuous deviation, which implies that the Si[O.sub.2]-GO might have no new chemical bond reaction with PR.
Compared to the dynamic strain in Figure 7, an unconspicuous nonlinear relationship could be observed until the specimens failed, and the final strain was obviously greater than its dynamic strain.
And the magnitude of the change was unconspicuous, implying that temperature had an insignificant influence on activation energy.
In the coastal area, the horizontal movement scale of the tidal current is much larger than the vertical movement scale and the hydraulic parameters are unconspicuous in the vertical direction, so the flow field can be expressed by the average flow quantities along the direction of the water depth [31].
These results manifest that the proposed algorithm has good reconstruction performance in noisy envioronment, but the embedded image is sensitive to noises, and this property can be used to detect the potential attacks which is unconspicuous on the stego-image.
However, the hysteresis amplitudes of the supply and the return chilled water fluctuation vary within a narrow range, which shows the water temperature variation is unconspicuous when the same set value are in both the rising and falling processes.
There was an unconspicuous peak at 12hour point and a subsequently significant decrease of plasma IL-10 level in control group, while plasma IL-10 level slowly decreased during ACLF progress and finally reached a steady state (Figure 7(b)).
In 3-bundle division, microtubule impacted chromosomes unconspicuous at least in telophase.