Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of potential.

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Examples

  • Range of mid-term potentials/scenarios found in a review

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  • The point of the needle simultaneously served as an electrode for recording the electrical potentials from the receptor cells.

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  • From my favored short-term potentials laid out yesterday, one has been triggered while the other has progressed in the opposite direction that I had favored.

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  • In a person who is also exposed to prolonged stress it will impair the long-term potentials (LTP) in the hippocampus and will smooth the progress of the LTP in the amygdala.

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  • Take the triage approach and minimize our costs (and time), but also cripple long term potentials

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  • You're empowered to transform your entire outlook in life now and all because you can see the long term potentials in all you are taking on.

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  • Making the sacrifice to invest in long term potentials sets up the next generation winning products, teams and investors to prosper.

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  • They either view retirement as a second chapter -- the "potentials" -- or they view it as a time to take it easy - "the traditionalists."

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  • It would be that I would meet "potentials" - over summer, whether it was through a friend of a friend, friends of relatives, etc etc etc - you get the idea right?

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  • Unemployment reached 9.7 percent in January from the previous 10.0, where despite the improvement, it is still relatively very high and that affects the economy's ability to reach its goal by fully recovering this year and reaching its long term potentials by the year 2011, while unemployment will continue to hover around 9.0 percent throughout the first half of this year where it might drop below 9.0 percent in the second half of this year, as conditions continue to improve in the economy, boosted also by the government's continuous efforts to create and save as many jobs as possible after almost 8.4 million people lost their jobs over the course of this crisis.

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