mislocation

mislocation

(ˌmɪsləʊˈkeɪʃən)
n
the act of assigning an incorrect location or position
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The company said: "This interaction creates stabilising forces, which allow the lenses to typically stabilise within 20 seconds and also prevents the lens from mislocation during gaze excursions or excessive movement."
Sileny, J.: 2009, Resolution of non-double-couple mechanisms: Simulation of hypocenter mislocation and velocity structure mismodelling.
Hollborn et al., "Proliferative gliosis causes mislocation and inactivation of inwardly rectifying [K.sup.+] (Kir) channels in rabbit retinal glial cells," Experimental Eye Research, vol.
(60) But now the matter becomes further complicated and is not merely one of a textual mislocation on Shiffrin's part; once one acknowledges that the practice of promising is itself subject to principles for institutions, namely, the two principles of justice, one must recognize that any economic aspects to the practice of promising are to be constructed instrumentally, in service of the maximizing demand of the second principle of justice, in conjunction with all other economic constructions.
The mutated genes involved in PD cause brain dysfunction through various molecular mechanisms, including disturbance of presynaptic vesicle recycling and dopamine transmission, toxicity from aggregation of mutant proteins, degeneration of dopaminergic axon in substantia nigra, instability or mislocation of certain kinases, overactivation of ubiquitin kinase activities, and decreased efficiencies of ubiquitin degradation pathways [42-52].
This is because the accurate location of four anatomical bony landmarks is required, and the mislocation of any is a source of potential error.[sup][11] Thus, all the above methods for measuring the RHF have a degree of inaccuracy, and a more adequate and objective method is needed.
* It also inhibits the ultraviolet light-induced mislocation of adhesion points between cells themselves, and also between cells and the surrounding matrix.
En primer lugar, la consideracion del ser humano como un ens representans, vinculado a un tipo de episodio cognitivo basico; en segundo lugar, el requisito conceptual de un plano de conciencia y de experiencia que admite un ordenamiento topologico en torno a la distincion entre la figura de un interior y un exterior del mismo; y, por ultimo, la posibilidad de un tipo de fallo cognitivo distintivo que conduce a la reestructuracion del sistema de creencias, fallo que Danto denomina "ontological mislocation" (3), y que resulta de peculiar interes filosofico (ya que es la base del asi llamado "problema de los indiscernibles") (4).
It helps to recall Cavell's reminder that if the 'T' of the first person, singular lies at tile heart of the illocutionary utterance, the perlocutionary nature of passionate utterances opens the speaker up to the "you" of the other, which, because it is always prone to mislocation or misdirection, mislocution or rejection, impinges upon the sense of identity of the speaking "I': "[F]ailure to have singled you out appropriately...puts the future of our relationship, as part of my sense of my identity, or of my existence...radically at stake ....
The mislocation made by the traversing device could also cause an error of up to 1 mm (0.04 in.).
"On Gomes, it was mislocation, but on Paul it was just a good piece of hitting," said Lester, who was replaced by Julian Tavarez.