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Scattered

Used for listed equity securities. Unconcentrated buy or sell interest.
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Depending on the material and the scatter quantity, different types of scatter rolls are used.
She said each family member wanted to scatter their own pot of Michelle's ashes on the beach - where the remains of two other relatives were previously scattered.
Scatter diagram of the normalized scattering vectors in standard 2simplex is shown in Fig.
They can also provide suggestions about the best ways to scatter ashes and to make the ceremony more memorable.
2] to scatter light in a coating depends on particle size; the difference in refractive index of the [TiO.
Most of the x-rays pass through the sample, but some x-rays scatter as they encounter inhomogeneities in the material.
The difference is not surprising because the suspension contains a large number of aggregated microalgae cells which are expected to scatter differently.
The apparatus comprises a radiation source for emitting a beam of radiation relative to an axis and a sensor region for receiving elongated objects, which is arranged relative to the beam so that the objects scatter radiation in a forward direction.
Fogging occurs when water droplets from moist air condense on a cool surface and scatter light there.
Club member Lynn McLaughlin was thrilled at the chance to scatter seeds as she flew tandem with her instructor.
In lipemia, chylomicrons and VLDL are suspended particles that scatter light, producing cloudiness or turbidity similar to that seen in milk.
Program inputs and outputs are typically maintained in centralized datasets residing on long-term storage subsystems, so data parallel applications must typically scatter portions of the input dataset to each compute node, then gather partial results and combine them into the final output.