premeasure


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premeasure

(priːˈmɛʒə)
vb (tr)
to measure something before it is needed
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At the end of 15 minutes, their blood pressures were recorded and documented using the same device as the premeasure. Students could then return to the classroom for the exam.
After 15 minutes, their blood pressures were recorded and documented using the same device as the premeasure, and they returned to the classroom for their exams.
You either can purchase single-serving formula packs or use a dispenser that allows you to premeasure formula.
T2 regressions also included the CST premeasure on Step 1, so that cross-time contributions of executive control and emotion knowledge could be evaluated holding the earlier CST response constant.
"With VAST Navigator," he says, "you don't have to premeasure the part." Which saves time.
N X F P Total Experimental 92 113.60 3.98 .0477(*) Control 70 90.91 Premeasure (Pre) Experimental Group 30 110.96 .012 .914 Control Group 25 109.00 6 Months (Interim) Experimental Group 38 124.10 6.646 .01(**) Control Group 34 82.97 1 Year (Post) Experimental Group 24 100.29 1.110 .293 Control Group 11 74.36 (*) p=<.05
Conventional directions: Premeasure all ingredients; have all ingredients at approximately 75[degrees] F.
Ahmad Al-Muhawesh issued a UK clinical research on premeasures to prevent heart ailments.
Once the premeasures had been completed, the sender was escorted by Es to the sender's room, where he or she was shown the target image.
Slot-die or proximity coating is reported to be inherently more efficient and controllable than conventional roll coating, because it premeasures coating fluid at a constant rate and is a fully enclosed system that reduces problems with airborne emissions.
According to Datron, it finds hole centers and bosses, premeasures blanks, and compensates for material variation before the machining starts, thereby reducing setup time.
The dough cutter premeasures dough to create perfect pals with six 3-D character formers made of nonstick plastic.