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In each case they used the same training processes to produce multiple machine-learning models and then ran those models through stress tests designed to highlight specific differences in their performance.

Officials also worried about introducing a huge new burden for students not exactly lacking in outside stress.

What we’re seeing is not only burnout but a lot of complications having stress on medical professionals for an extended period of time.

Furnace and air filtersDirty furnace and air-conditioning filters can put stress on your HVAC system and drive up your heating and cooling bills.

On top of the stresses of virtual schooling, Fitzpatrick worried about how she and her partner were going to pay the electric bill.

Kinbote says Professor Pardon is “‘confusing me with some refugee from Nova Zembla’ [sarcastically stressing the ‘Nova’].”

And he denied that Tamarod had any contact with the Army, stressing again the success of its grassroots approach.

But the visit seems to be the latest in a series of moves aimed at stressing his reformist credentials.

Today, China's leaders are stressing stability and the status quo.

Kohn makes no apologies for stressing the financial incentives.

"I don't tek off my hat ter no man," he replied, stressing the final word ever so lightly.

Accentuation is the stressing of the proper syllables in words.

He fought Dick's fight for him valiantly, stressing certain points that were to prepare her for others to come.

And it comes in stressing the structure, the content, of social values, to the exclusion of their functional power.

He repeated the instructions Allan had given, stressing the importance of putting the safety on after using.


On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stressing, such as: affirmation, allegation, contention, insistence, pronouncement, and attestation.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.