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    1. Then, as if to truncate everything it had just said, the machine blurted: ―Exploration and

    2. You may never run into this situation exactly but may need something similar in order to truncate a value

    3. When it happens, we just truncate the profile at the top or bottom of the chart

    4. The convention is to truncate the percent sign, meaning that a calculated delta of 0

    1. unremarkable but for its truncated bell tower

    2. The garden of their “Pentecost” (Israel) that the apostles emerged from disappeared into history from which it took two millennia to be rediscovered, and that in a rather truncated form

    3. Next, at the center of the square, were, on the left, the twin temples of the gods Tlaloc (painted blue) and Huitzilopochtli (painted red) atop the tallest pyramid and, on the right, the blue truncated pyramid of the god Tengri with the simple stone slab (also painted blue) on which incense constantly burned

    4. Four anchors were attached to the truncated bow

    5. The location wasn’t bad; it was on a somewhat isolated hill that was truncated on top

    6. < output truncated for clarity >

    7. being endlessly pruned, truncated, and sculpted

    8. A summary is a truncated version of the whole

    9. As the illustrations show, the truncated fifth wave contains the necessary impulsive (i

    10. no less than five thousand times in a truncated february

    11. As a result, the leftmost digit would be truncated, which is not what we want

    12. I mentioned the truncated call earlier

    13. France was out of the war and was now at peace, but at what cost? Petain ruled a truncated nation from the small town of Vichy; the Germans occupied all the northern and western parts of the country, including Paris, plus the Atlantic and Channel coast lines

    14. The picture of a truncated pyramid-shaped structure about fifty meters to the side and maybe forty meter high quickly replaced that of the Time Patrol warship on Rose’s screen

    15. The flat surfaces of phased array radar antennas were visible on the sides of the pyramid, while what had to be beam directors for heavy lasers sat on the truncated top of the structure

    16. In the middle of a garden, they approached a small, gold truncated pyramid

    17. [Audio truncated - refer to Summary Notes]

    18. Clarity and fearlessness reassemble truncated evolution through representatives of

    19. On the other hand, after centuries of inimical Muslim misrule the Hindus have had to endure, they should have a reason to feel indebted to the British for having given them a modern nation, though truncated

    20. God forbid, they seemed to have unwittingly laid the seeds of a future partition of the Hindustan whose wings Jinnah had truncated

    21. As for the truncated Pakistan, obsessed as it was with its idea of a strategic depth against India, when the time came, it thought it was jolly well holy to foster terrorists on its Islamic soil to play the American cold war game in the Soviet occupied Afghanistan

    22. get truncated without to fit the column

    23. The symbol of Tanit is a truncated pyramid, topped with a rectangular bar, over which is depicted the Sun and the crescent Moon

    24. I’ve noticed that with the truncated work-hour schedule in residency, education of residents

    25. 30 in their standby Mulgrave office, and began an investigation, as far as the system would allow them from its truncated records of the incident and the sequence of events

    26. That I have been leading a truncated existence without you?”

    27. birth of the Messiah that was later truncated and recast to serve the Vatican’s purposes

    28. The funeral procession had been truncated two lights back

    29. Our only clue lay in the truncated telegram, and with a copy of this in his hand Holmes set forth to find a second link for his chain

    30. They could see the guy far below, tiny and truncated in shape by the downward perspective

    31. She held this stack of research articles, commentaries, and reviews, her truncated career’s worth of thoughts and opinions, in her hands

    32. 13:50 One leading space for single-digit hours, truncated to hours only if hours value is greater than 99

    33. ⏠⏠13:49 Two leading spaces with seconds truncated

    34. As you can see, without the corrected default width, the resulting output is truncated at 35 characters

    35. If you've already defined the length of the character variable where you store the result, it has to be at least as long as the format width, or your output will be truncated

    36. You will need to ensure that you have a large enough width specification, or else the time zone offset could be truncated or dropped completely

    37. The Ethernet specifications call this process truncated binary exponential backoff (or truncated BEB)

    38. • TC (Truncation), 1 bit Indicates that the message has been truncated because the amount of data exceeds the maximum size for the current transport mechanism

    39. truncated binary exponential backoff, collisions and, 170

    40. I have truncated the list for Google to only a $50 range of strikes for only the September and October expiries for 2013

    41. more than one street corner—for they are streets—presenting itself in the gloom like an interrogation point; first, on his left, the vast sewer of the Platriere, a sort of Chinese puzzle, thrusting out and entangling its chaos of Ts and Zs under the Post-Office and under the rotunda of the Wheat Market, as far as the Seine, where it terminates in a Y; secondly, on his right, the curving corridor of the Rue du Cadran with its three teeth, which are also blind courts; thirdly, on his left, the branch of the Mail, complicated, almost at its inception, with a sort of fork, and proceeding from zig-zag to zig-zag until it ends in the grand crypt of the outlet of the Louvre, truncated and ramified in every direction; and lastly, the blind alley of a passage of the Rue des Jeuneurs, without counting little ducts here and there, before reaching the belt sewer, which alone could conduct him to some issue sufficiently distant to be safe

    42. If you redirect nothing to the file, the file is truncated and the application can continue writing to the file

    43. I have therefore created a modified Hilbert transformer that has only a small lag but still has performance characteristics superior to those of a truncated FIR Hilbert transformer

    44. The filter length is theoretically infinite, but can be truncated as an approximation

    45. In the limit, the shortest truncated Hilbert transformer has the coefficients as:

    46. I have included the EasyLanguage code to compute the Hilbert transformer as a classic truncated FIR filter in Code Listing 14-1 because it can be useful for comparing results to the modified Hilbert transformer I will derive

    47. This performance is vastly superior to that of the classic Hilbert transformer using a truncated FIR filter

    48. Truncated crystals of one inch, and amorphous; occurs in granite, chiefly in the felspar

    49. Sometimes the tables have one lateral edge or more truncated

    50. It crystallizes in rhomboidal tables, rarely truncated on the acute angles, passing into the hexaedral table

    1. It truncates a little of the potential appreciation, since the company, or ETF in this case, doesn’t have that cash to put to work or to hold gold with

    1. It shows how government intervention can distort normal market activity by truncating trends and causing price spikes (bonds) and collapses (gold)

    2. A single greater-than symbol (>) redirects standard output to a file, overwriting (truncating) any existing contents of the file

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