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-  127. ISBN 978-1-58297-393-7. Ogilvie, Brian W. (2006). The science of describing: Natural history in renaissance Europe. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago...
- frequency and possibly amplitude; in this case, the describing function method can be thought of as describing the sliding mode of the feedback system. Using...
- Gantner Verlag KG. ISBN 978-3-87429-425-6. Winston, Judith E. 1999. Describing Species: Practical Taxonomic Procedure For Biologists. Columbia University...
- In computer programming, self-do****enting (or self-describing) source code and user interfaces follow naming conventions and structured programming conventions...
- different from total war. The earliest use of the phrase dates back to 1883, describing attempts by Dutch and British forces to liberate the 28-man crew of the...
- description or descriptive linguistics is the work of objectively analyzing and describing how language is actually used (or how it was used in the past) by a speech...
- The following is the list of mammals which have been taxonomically described in the 21st century. List of mammals described in the 2000s...
- The Venezuelan lowland rabbit is a new species of cottontail rabbit described in 2000, and named Sylvilagus varynaensis. It is the largest and darkest...
- person, though the term is often considered a slur. alter**** – a term describing people who alter their ****, such as through hormone replacement therapy...
- the pygmy beaked whale (Mesoplodon peruvi****), which was only itself described in 1991. In 2000, DNA testing confirmed the theory that there are three...