red region

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: region - a place of eternal fire envisaged as punishment for the damned
infernal region, nether region, perdition, Inferno, Hell, pit - (Christianity) the abode of Satan and the forces of evil; where sinners suffer eternal punishment; "Hurl'd headlong...To bottomless perdition, there to dwell"- John Milton; "a demon from the depths of the pit"; "Hell is paved with good intentions"-Dr. Johnson
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He consigned them to red regions; he called upon the pestilential wrath of strange gods.
The cement sector experienced aggressive selling making it close in the red region, where most scripts closed near to their respective lower circuits.
The glowing red region at the tip of the nebula is dust that has been heated by the radiation from stars.
The pigment calcined at 600[degrees]C exhibited the highest reflectance in the green region (485-570 nm) and red region (610-700 nm) and displayed a purple coloration.
Iron oxide's spectral profile displays a strong light reflectance in the teal to red region (550-700 nm).
The red region demonstrates the formation of force chains in the rostrum.
Based on our observation during the process of determining the number of cluster, k using resulting clusters of k-means, we have recognized two hidden patterns or we called it as identifiers to identify the clusters that contained deep red region and red/light red region.
Figures 8(b) and 8(d) are the SAED image of the red region in Figures 8(a) and 8(c), respectively; the SAED patterns are indexed to be cementite and ferrite, respectively, and the weak diffraction halo indicates the presence of a small amount of noncrystalline phase.
If the point ([sigma], k) is within the red region, the max Lyapunov exponent of (5) is zero, and state variables z, w, [theta], and q oscillate periodically centering on stable equilibrium points, therefore, supercavitating vehicle shock periodically.
With the desk-model spectroscope, a broad absorption band was visible from the green through red region. Magnification revealed a radiating fibrous pattern that is typical of spherulitic growth (Figure 11, right) and was associated with banding and uneven coloration in the specimen.
Analysis with a simple water balance model shows that for the upper Mississippi basin, nature's curve in efficiency space lies somewhere within the dark red region of Fig.