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These dental care appliances shoot a pinpoint jet of water at teeth to dislodge any food particles—particularly around the wires and brackets of orthodontic appliances.
New techniques, such as machine learning that can quickly winnow through multiple forecasts and pinpoint the most accurate one, may be able to accelerate that timeline.
From the previous points, you now know what metrics to track to pinpoint your problems with website traffic, backlinks, and content quality.
It also suggests that wastewater testing could pinpoint emerging outbreaks days earlier than other methods.
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There’s no blood test to diagnose depression, no brain scan that can pinpoint anxiety before it happens.
The team tested out this new “daylight system” during the daytime on four different rocket bodies moving through orbit just under 1,000 kilometers above Earth’s surface, pinpointing their locations down to a range of about one meter or so.
Google Trends can be helpful to pinpoint overarching seasonal trends.
Scientists can hunt for these swirls to pinpoint a planet’s location.
They could not yet correct those errors, but they could pinpoint cases where errors occurred and would have ruined a calculation, the team reported in a paper published June 8 in Nature Physics.
The wavelength shift allowed the researchers to pinpoint the gas’s velocity at one location within the bubbles.

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