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  • n. Plural form of parison.

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Examples

  • We must not smile at these mythological com parisons.

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  • The parisons are then cut, and the carriage is moved forward, while plastic continues to come out for the next cut.

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  • The equipment is doing a continuous plastic extrusion, extruding from five parisons (round tubes of plastic) to 16 parisons.

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  • Rather than making several telephone calls to do bid com - parisons and set up a delivery contract, shippers merely compare rates online and can decide in seconds with whom they want to do business.

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  • Left: Mean inter-chronology Signal-to-noise-ratio (SNR) vs. spline length in years (com - parisons between residual (squares) & standard chronologies (triangles)).

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  • Though these ideas e ff orts, age estimates for many of these require testing with independent methods, it specimens were derived from faunal com - is interesting to note that humans may be parisons.

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  • Obviously the quantification process would be different for each of these, and direct com - parisons could be inconclusive.

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  • The patients to be recruited or biases in treatment com - same calculations involved in sample-size adjust - parisons.

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  • A l l c o m - check the relationship of sizes of a parisons are made relative to constants: A n g l e s are compared to nearby object (someone's head, for the constants vertical and horizontal.

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