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- v. Present participle of seed.
- n. The arrangement of positions in a tournament
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The sowing of or with seed.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Fair or not, a lot of time the seeding is based on historical performance.
But the government can play a significant role in seeding research at places like the University of California, Berkeley, and Stanford University.
Until the race for playoff seeding is decided Wednesday, Tim Duncan and his teammates just plan to keep winning - which is a bit easier against an opponent with just seven players.
The seeding is done according to the BCS rankings, the highest ranked team, of the four teams that are picked, is given a number 1 seed and they will play the lowest ranked team of the four that were chosen.
These days, cloud seeding is common west of the Mississippi.
Where you wind up in the brackets can be meaningful to some extent, but getting a favorable seeding is not really predictable; there are times that you would rather be 2 or 3 rather than 1 say.
There are no favorites really, it doesn't matter what the seeding is going to be, the seeding is really irrelevant. '' ...
These trials are sometimes referred to as seeding trials because their real aim is to encourage the physicians who enroll patients in the trial (at a nice fee per patient, of course) to continue prescribing it for them and other patients once the trial is over.
In Western Kansas cloud seeding is a common practice.
` ` Obviously, the seeding is based on a lot of different things, '' Strait said.
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