- n. Plural form of pattern.
“HORKHEIMER: Well, you see, if you look at the stars at night, you will notice that most of the stars are fixed in relation to each other in what we call patterns, constellations.”
“United Nations Human Rights Council released a report that documented what it described as "patterns of summary execution, arbitrary arrest, enforced disappearance, torture, including sexual violence, as well as violations of children's rights.”
“The resolution of these short term patterns will give us a clearer picture of whether we will see further correction or if stocks are again ready to breakout to the upside.”
“You say - The changing weather patterns is Global!”
“What effect that might have, if these turbines were installed in significant numbers around the world, on things like cloud formation, storm generation, or rainfall patterns is a complete unknown.”
“Well, breaking it down into smaller patterns is beneficial.”
“Spending to make a breakthrough in housing and business patterns, is what we want.”
“Provisional International Passenger Survey (IPS) estimates offer an early indication of changes in patterns of long-term international migration to and from the UK, although they are not a complete measure of long-term international migration.”
“They adhere to a therapeutic process known as cognitive behavioural therapy, or the belief that being confronted by your thought patterns is sufficient motivation to change them.”
“These temperature shifts are heavily influenced by entirely natural ocean cycle fluctuations that affect heat transfer patterns from the tropics.”
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