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Calculated, determined by computation.
- adjective Derived rather than measured.
- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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The solemn ratifications of the present treaty expedited in good and due form shall be exchanged between the contracting parties in the space of six months or sooner, if possible, to be computed from the day of the signatures of the present treaty.
From our roots as a pioneer in computed-assisted filmmaking, to our creation of an integrated digital studio, the new agency model we are building today, we have always been steadfastly committed to innovation.
CT as in "computed tomography", formerly known as computed axial tomography.
If property in excess of the amount allowable under these regulations is shipped on a Government bill of lading or purchase order, the employee shall immediately upon completion of the shipment pay to the proper officer of the department or establishment an amount equal to the charge for the transportation of such excess computed from the total charges according to the ratio of excess weight to the total weight of the shipment.
In the thirty and first year of Asa ... began Omri to reign -- The twelve years of his reign are computed from the beginning of his reign, which was in the twenty-seventh year of Asa's reign.
A TABLE showing the mean monthly barometrical maxima, computed from a series of twelve years.
A TABLE showing the mean fall of rain, in inches, for each month, in this city, computed from a series of twenty-six years.
It is said (v. 5) to be seventy years, computed from the last captivity, as before, ch.
Jehoiakim's fourth year, and ended in the first of Cyrus, these seventy years are to be computed from the eleventh of Zedekiah, when Jerusalem and the temple were burnt, about nineteen years after the first captivity, and which ended in this second year of Darius Hystaspes, about seventeen years after Cyrus's proclamation, as that seventy years mentioned ch.vii. 5 was about nineteen years after; the captivity went off, as it came on, gradually.
The twenty millions are computed from the following data: one twelfth of mankind above sixty, one third below sixteen, the proportion of men to women as seventeen or sixteen, (Recherches sur la Population de la France, p. 71, 72.)