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Notch

Slang; in bond trading, a small increase or decrease in a bond rating. For example, if a rating goes from AAA to AA+, it is said to decline by a notch.
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Among the Notch receptors, Notch-3 and Notch-4 seem to have eminent role in normal breast growth, even though Notch-4 demonstrates increased activity (upregulation) in the neoplastic tumor vasculature [72, 73].
NSB-Notch/notches on superior border, NIBnotch/notches on inferior border, NBB-notch/notches on both borders & NN-no notch.
The reliable fatigue assessment of notched components subjected to multiaxial loadings require accurate stress and strain histories determined at local notch regions.
Kwon, "CPW-fed planar ultra wideband antenna having a frequency band notch function," Electronics Letters, vol.
The problem with this technique was that as the tree fell, the notch closed, the hinge broke and often the tree kicked back off of the stump.
The brush has a non-circular cross-section in a plane perpendicular to the core and intersecting the notch, and at least one notch is configured to form at least one bunch of eyelashes and/or eyebrows that are not separated from one another when the brush is used to apply makeup thereto.
Principal investigator David Traver, professor in the Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, and colleagues focused on the Notch signaling pathway, a system found in all animals and known to be critical to the generation of HSCs in vertebrates.
In the low stress cropping, the annular V-shaped notch on the surface circumference of metal bar is processed in advance and it skillfully utilizes the crack technology and the fatigue loading to make the crack checking and propagating along the prefabricated V-shape notch section for shearing the bar.
Tenders are invited for engineering services smugglers~~~~ notch scenic highway parking area and stormwater improvements
The mandibular notch, also referred to as the incisura mandibulae or sigmoid notch, is a gap facing upwards and backwards occupying the superior margin of the mandibular ramus (Stedman, 2012; Mohammad et al.
AL101 is a gamma secretase inhibitor developed as a Notch inhibitor for oncology indications.
The glenoid rim has a notch in its superior and anterior part (3).