minimal

[ min-uh-muhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF minimal

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It is a case where the "minimal dose" is wholly inoperative.

It can be done peacefully, by consent or with the use of minimal force.

It was rather what Jones4 has called a “successful minimal adaptation.”

The average value of this minimal current in autumn is 1.4 microampres.

The grading system at all levels utilized numbers from a high of ten to a low of one, five being the minimal passing grade.

In general it may be said that the minimal pressure is quite constant.

These signs are minimal movements of the head on the part of the experimenter.

This minimal speed of succession is called the critical period.

A minimal rate which will enable the least paid to live upon her earnings.

The following table gives the minimal amount of CaCl2 which must be added in order to allow fifty per cent.

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