unisize

unisize

(ˈjuːnɪˌsaɪz)
adj
in one size only, to fit most people of relatively average build

u•ni•size

(ˈyu nəˌsaɪz)
adj.
made to fit all sizes, types, weights, etc., within the ordinary range: unisize swimming trunks.
[1985–90]
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A bag-of-words approach is employed to represent each posture as a unisize histogram vector.
(i) Unisize rain (uniform drop sizes) was produced using the CSIRO Canberra rain tower, consisting of drop forming modules positioned 12.2 m above the soil surface and fitted with hypodermic needles spaced on a 25-mm grid.
s) for natural, unisize, and multisize rains (Table 2) were calculated in the following ways:
(ii) Drop impact frequencies for 2.6-mm drops (unisize rain) were measured under the Canberra rain tower and reported by P.H.
(iii) Drop impact frequencies for 2.3-mm drops (unisize rain) were calculated using intensity and drop diameter in the equation: [log.sub.10] volume = -0.09 + 0.40 D, where D is diameter (mm) and [R.sup.2] = 0.98 (B.
Unisize rain had consistently lower drop impact frequencies than either multisize or natural rain, particularly 2.6 mm drops (Table 2).
Nonetheless, at each intensity, raindrops impacted on each [cm.sup.2] of soil surface more frequently under intermittent rain than under 2.6 mm unisize drops and at the same rate as 2.3 mm unisize drops.
For the Sodosol there was a significant trend towards greater suction under seals formed by unisize rain (Table 5), particularly at lower rainfall intensities.
They are individually packaged for quick and sanitary dispensing, and are available in unisize and extra-large.