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  • 例句 characterize
    1. The modal analysis was used to characterize the eigenoscillation behaviour of the structure without external excitation.
    2. Lithic analysts employ geomorphometric methods in order to characterize, measure and analyze stone tools with newly invented mediums.
    3. These works thus corroborate the necessity for more complete studies on the micromolecular fractions of wasp venoms to identify and characterize the components responsible for these notorious antiepileptic effects.
    4. Our data provide an important platform for future investigations aimed to characterize the concrete roles of specific miRNAs and other regulatory smRNAs including piRNAs in penile cancer initiation, progression, invasion and also effective theragnosis.
    5. To do this, we will characterize the boundedness of dyadic paraproducts on via a new matrix weighted Carleson embedding theorem.
    6. These improvements have enabled nanomole-scale structure elucidations such as were used to characterize the sanguinamides from the marine nudibranch Hexabranchus sanguineus [13 ].
  • 例句 characterizes
    1. The overall size of the vowel space in homosexual women, however, was not reduced relative to heterosexual women, as would be expected if their vowel production reflected global hypoarticulations similar to that which characterizes men’s speech.
    2. In her review of Christopher Benfey’s “Summer of Hummingbirds” (May 4), Laura Miller characterizes Benfey as having “a conspiracy theorist’s overeagerness in spying out connections.”
    3. Thus, endothelial expression of AQP1 characterizes the atheroprotected, non-inflamed vessel wall.
    4. Moreover, distality characterizes these strong regularity properties.
  • 例句 characterized
    1. Some authors have characterized the so-called obesogenic family and have observed the similarity between this kind of family constellation and that of the schizophrenic patient
    2. And he has brought to oppositional politics the same energy and aggression that characterized his chess, attacking Mr. Putin and the Kremlin — or the regime, as he repeatedly calls it — with language rarely spoken so bluntly in Russia.
    3. And it’s daunting because each segment has to tell a full, complete story in something like six minutes while doing justice to revered source material and including the non-stop laughs and genius gags that characterized The Simpsons in its god-like prime.
    4. The mental organization of the novelist must be characterized, to speak craniologically, by an extraordinary development of the passion for delitescency. — Sir Walter Scott.
    5. The worker (ergates) is characterized by the complete absence of wings and a very small (stenonotal) thorax, much simplified in the structure of its sclerites.
    6. Although Crohn disease and ulcerative colitis are chronic, they are characterized by periods of remission that last for varying amounts of time, interrupted by flare-ups, when symptoms of the disease become more evident.
    7. Tautomerism is chemical isomerism characterized by relatively easy interconversion of isomeric forms in equilibrium.
    8. The Russian recension of Old Church Slavonic emerged after the 10th century and was characterized by the substitution of /u/ for the nasal sound /õ/.
  • 例句 characterizing
    1. On the other hand, we sometimes have occasion to observe the advent of the changes referred to delayed, and men arrive at the period of eighty, ninety, or a hundred years, or become, indeed, super-centenarians, without exhibiting those characterizing features to which, in their totality, we apply, as I have said, the term "age".
    2. Rosenbaum does an admirable job of characterizing the philosophy behind the Usonian and its particular place in time.
    3. In addition, several studies have focused on characterizing the structure and function of lactococcal phage baseplates, as these tail-tip structures possess the receptor-binding proteins that determine the specific recognition of and initial interactions with their particular host(s) [15 –25 ].
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