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  • adj. comparative form of noisy: more noisy


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  • If you will permit me, I should like to take advantage of this opportunity of speaking to such a representative audi - ence to tell you something of what the people of my Province. are thinking, and also something of the transition from the quiet revolution to what I may call the noisier evolution that is taking place in Quebec today.

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  • ATR says reconstructing dreams is harder because the brain signals during sleep may be "noisier," and is now researching how to get more meaningful information from a sleeper's brain.

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  • I love the BS comparison setups they have in-store to show how much "noisier" a generic HDMI cable is next to a Monster Cable.

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  • Markets editor Jeremy Glaser on 'noisier' B's, reform's shift from health care to banking, and big hopes for Apple's latest device. - Financial News

  • However, using a shorter time frame results in "noisier" data (i.e., a higher standard error).

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  • It's also "noisier" than the blue curve-that's because it contains fewer "proxies".


  • The "noisier" of the two pairs consists of a yellow, pink, and purple color combination, while the "stealthier" pair is made up of black, grey, and white.

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  • • whales and dolphins, who will find it harder to navigate and communicate as the seas become "noisier".

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  • Its loss also makes the brain "noisier," explains neuroscientist Henry Mahncke of Posit Science: "It's like a radio that is no longer precisely tuned to a station.

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  • Anecdotal evidence that seemed to support that included the fact that the audience was growing younger, their attention span shorter, and their bandwidth was convulsed with noisier and interactive media.

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