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Grade

(1) A designated ground level. (2) To change the contours of land.

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As per media reports the policy of gradation will be implemented from the next academic session and ranking Report in respect of 423 FDE will be issued every year.
Since gradation is a rare phenomenon in languages, providing an explanation of its causes is a challenge to any universalist linguistic theory.
The cumulative frequency distribution of the air void volumes will be referred to as the air void gradation curve (i.
Specific considerations include: shingle aggregate gradation, performance grade (PG) of the virgin and RAS binder and relative reduction of the virgin asphalt binder due to replacement by RAS binder.
It increases the contrast ratio of the image by automatically detecting its characteristics and keeping optimal control of its dynamic range, peak brightness, and gradations in its dark area.
Ltd, said there has been a huge shift to automate up gradation with most of his clients moving to 98% automation this year compared to only 50% last year.
The as-received gradation of the RAP and shingles was used because it was thought that when incorporated into a mixture, the individual aggregate particles would not disperse, but remain in their conglomerate form.
At INFOCOMM, Panasonic Broadcast introduced new 42" high definition and 42" standard definition plasma display panels offering the industry's highest contrast images and exceptional gradation and colorimetry.
In energy sector a 66kilowatt grid station new KIU Kinwas, Gilgit, 2 megawatt project at Sarmak Phase 4, up gradation of electricity lines and 1.
Teachers protest in favor of up-gradation: Teachers of Frontier Region (FR) Kohat protested at Shuhada Chowk here on Tuesday in favor of their demand of giving up gradation to FATA teachers.
The new DiMAGE Scan Elite II provides users with rich tonal gradation from its 16-bit A/D conversion which enables it to differentiate 65,536 gradations on each of its RGB channels - sixteen times the amount detectable by 12-bit scanners, such as the DiMAGE Scan Elite II's predecessor, the Dimage Scan Elite.