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  • v. Present participle of titrate.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • When the solution of a reagent is applied under such conditions that the volume added can be correctly determined, the operation is called "titrating," the solution of the reagent used the "standard solution," and the process of determining the strength of the standard solution is

    A Text-book of Assaying: For the Use of Those Connected with Mines.

  • Continuing a theme from the post above, Archives of Internal Medicine has an article about 'titrating' guidance for patients who are facing complex medical decisions.

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  • To make matters worse, some GPs won't prescribe insulin to their patients, even when necessary, because they aren't knowledgeable about insulin and educating and titrating (dosing) patients on it.

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  • Both have had brilliant lifesaving strategies of titrating our pain when we were totally dependent on other people and/or helpless to act on our own behalf.

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  • Meanwhile, the White House is reenacting a macabre ritual -- a repetition compulsion of the warfare state -- carefully timing and titrating each dose of public information to ease the process of escalation.

    Norman Solomon: Escalation Scam: Troops in Afghanistan

  • That's called entrepreneurship and let's face it, it beats titrating urine in a lab somewhere.

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  • Smithies suspected that gene dose effects would impact on blood pressure levels and designed a new method for titrating gene dosage by producing mice with one, two or three functional copies of the AGT gene [59].

    The 2007 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine - Advanced Information

  • If their project is to épater la bourgeoisie shock the middle classes, as the French Decadents put it, titrating just the right amount of shock-value to titillate but not to repulse, they may be richly rewarded for their mild transgressions, photographed regularly at openings and parties, sipping cocktails side-by-side with their patrons to lubricate the steady flow of cash for as long as their flavor remains in favor.

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  • Just as distilling and titrating a bottle of Dom Perignon would give you a certain type of information.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • There was a lot of titration involved, I remember, though I can't dig out the details of what we were titrating for.

    Archive 2009-07-01


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