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1. Its political inflexion contests the middle-class work ethic which is the main purpose of its message.
2. Always the sound is superbly focused, the inflexion unanimous; it may be lean, but it is never thin.
3. Inflexion is a characteristic for the verbs of English.
4. The development of newspapering encountered inflexion in 2005.
5. The line connecting the inflexion and its relative one will be the split line.
6. She spoke with that gentle infinitesimal inflexion of mockery which descended to her from her mother.
7. At the conclusion,(http://Sentencedict.com) the inflexion of the narrative perspective was supplemented.
8. Analysis shows this inflexion is just the point of net vapor generation in subcooled boiling, i.
9. This paper discuses the inflexion problem of ring fan slab by the weighted remnant method.
10. The m is the value of T at the inflexion point of the curve.
11. It also treats in detail the pronunciation, written forms, inflexions, constructions, and derivation of each word.
12. It is often divided into two lobes by an inflexion of its wall where it articulates with the pleuron.
13. The critical aspect ratio of the fiber is defined as the crosspoint of the tangent value of the inflexion and the asymptote of the maximum elastic modulus.
14. It first come with the particularity of melody and vacillation in two inflexion.
15. During infusion, the patient developed polyhidrosis, hypermyotonia of both lower extremities, as well as talipes varus and inflexion.
16. Economists had forecast the current real estate market has reached a point of inflexion.
17. The differential coefficient of smooth function was taken as a mother wavelet for researching the sensitivity segment of inflexion of pipeline leakage signal.
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