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  1. TTX- or BM-induced inactivation of the OFC fails to attenuate cocaine-.
  2. Consistent with this, both ethanol and cannabinoids attenuate electrically.
  3. The longer a cable, the more the signals attenuate before reaching the other end.
  4. As with any network medium, the signal has a tendency to attenuate if it is not regenerated.
  5. This is because the high-pass filter starts to attenuate the cyclic components that are longer than 40 bars.

  6. The large cutoff period enables the decycler to attenuate the aliasing noise because it is many octaves away from the Nyquist frequency.
  1. Register this attenuating circumstance.
  2. In the new path which he had entered on, in judging the mistakes of the old regime, as in measuring the glory of Napoleon, he neglected the attenuating circumstances.
  3. He just had time to see the stars turn into big white and multi-coloured streaks before he blacked out, his sight going into grey, tunnel-like circles with spots floating around in them, and then attenuating into nothingness.
  4. When you have to run a cable across a longer distance than is specified in the standard, you can use a repeater to amplify the signal, enabling it to travel greater distances without attenuating to the point of being unreadable by the destination system.
  5. We may be stopped; the fact may be put to us in general terms, which is one way of attenuating it; we may be told, that all trades, professions, it may be added, all the accidents of the social hierarchy and all forms of intelligence, have their own slang.
  6. Have you ever heard the name of the parson of Emminster— you must have done do?—old Mr Clare; one of the most earnest of his school; one of the few intense men left in the Church; not so intense as the extreme wing of Christian believers with which I have thrown in my lot, but quite an exception among the Established clergy, the younger of whom are gradually attenuating the true doctrines by their sophistries, till they are but the shadow of what they were.
  7. The son of a father to whom history will accord certain attenuating circumstances, but also as worthy of esteem as that father had been of blame; possessing all private virtues and many public virtues; careful of his health, of his fortune, of his person, of his affairs, knowing the value of a minute and not always the value of a year; sober, serene, peaceable, patient; a good man and a good prince; sleeping with his wife, and having in his palace lackeys charged with the duty of showing the conjugal bed to the bourgeois, an ostentation of the regular sleeping-apartment which had become useful after the former illegitimate displays of the elder branch; knowing.
  1. The effect sizes would be expected to be attenuated.
  2. GS39783 attenuated the reward-facilitating effects of cocaine (Slattery et al.
  3. The connecting link between the world and the Church, although carefully cherished by the Church, becomes more and more attenuated.
  4. The artillery vainly thundered from the ramparts, and in the field it could not advance, because of the weakness of our attenuated horses.
  5. Albeit attenuated by layers of floor and thick-soled shoes, the rumble reaches even the nurses as they squeak along the surgical pink halls.
  6. Most of the dispersion occurs at those frequency components that have been attenuated, so the effect of the distortion is a relatively minor one.
  7. Articulations of the rachis remarkably tumid, attenuated beneath, flat on the interior side, exteriorly convex, scabrous, and longitudinally striate.
  8. Thus she did not amuse herself with those preparations that stimulate the tenderness of mothers, and so her affection was from the very outset, perhaps, to some extent attenuated.
  9. What lessened it was that the facts of her life which had led to the parting had not changed—could never change; and that, if her presence had not attenuated them, her absence could not.
  10. How vain and foolish, then, thought I, for timid untravelled man to try to comprehend aright this wondrous whale, by merely poring over his dead attenuated skeleton, stretched in this peaceful wood.
  11. The hockey stick shape is more attenuated in subperiods of the sample during which longer duration bonds benefited from falling yields and where the richness of the shortest Treasury bills was less extreme.
  12. The river had stolen from the higher tracts and brought in particles to the vale all this horizontal land; and now, exhausted, aged, and attenuated, lay serpentining along through the midst of its former spoils.
  13. There is no human language or tongue that can translate these things in an adequate manner and give to another anything but the faintest feeling, the most attenuated shadow of the glorious reality’, says Heindel.
  14. The bronze face, the shaggy black hair and beard, the coarse woollen red cap, the rough medley dress of home-spun stuff and hairy skins of beasts, the powerful frame attenuated by spare living, and the sullen and desperate compression of the lips in sleep, inspired the mender of roads with awe.
  15. The central fact of life, its core of splendour, he said to himself as, arrived at home, he hung up his hat in the passage and prepared to plunge with renewed appetite into his laboratory, was work; but, he added as he passed the open door of the sitting-room, and was reminded by its untidiness of domesticities, since one had to withdraw occasionally from the heat of that great middle light and refresh oneself in something cooler, one needed a place of relaxation where the interest was more attenuated, a ring of relative tepidity round the bright centre of one's life, and this ring was excellently supplied by the object commonly called the family circle.
  16. Catesby's variety with the ocellæ on the tail seems to be the least common; in general these spots, or epupillate ocellæ, are exclusively confined to a line on each side of the back, about six in each, extending from the base of the head to the origin of the tail, though there are sometimes scattered smaller ones on each side of the body, and upon the vertex of the head, they are of a beautiful reddish colour, enclosed by a definite black areola; the upper part of the body is brownish, with numerous, distant black points, and a slight vertebral, obtuse carina, the inferior surface of the body of a fine yellow or orange, with distant black points, the tail[37] is compressed, ancipital, attenuated to an obtuse tip, longer than the body, and punctured with black in like manner.
  1. Thus a classic stat arb (statistical arbitrage) strategy of buying recent laggards and selling recent outperformers attenuates the temporary supply–demand imbalance and should be rewarded.

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