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  • But the logic of the decision spans far more broadly, and the next logical step - which I predict is 2 years away - is abandoning the "attentuation" reference altogether ....

    The Volokh Conspiracy

  • The last part is coax and is subject to the usual attentuation problems of coax.

    Most annoying advert

  • Are Aersols modelled as an attentuation factor on Watts coming in only.. eg global dimming.

    On to Gridded Data « Climate Audit

  • In all fairness, we were pretty loud and the volume attentuation through the two doorways probably cut the levels down to comfortable: I do the same thing in clubs fairly often.

    Fukadugalon AAR

  • His cheeks flushed, the passing glow of colour caused their condition of extraordinary, and, indeed, extravagant attentuation, to be more prominent than ever.

    The Beetle

  • During labor it should be given at the 2d attentuation in about half grain doses, every half hour, until the pains are regular.

    An Epitome of the Homeopathic Healing Art Containing the New Discoveries and Improvements to the Present Time

  • By placing a sweaty finger across the thin gap between the two antennae, you bridge them, thus introducing 'attentuation and detuning', which drops your signal strength.

    bit-tech.net Feed

  • Apple's press conference last week, in which CEO Steve Jobs showed the attentuation effects on competing smartphones from RIM, HTC, and Samsung.

    Macworld

  • My current bookshelves have a distinct attentuation in the lower male vocal range, before the sub picks up.

    Home Theater Forum

  • Over the years, the mill has implemented some attentuation measures.

    Mississauga News

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  • diminution of activity, dilution, thinner, weaker, reduction of virulence

    July 4, 2010