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  • 41 Unequal Treaty — ▪ Chinese history       in Chinese history, any of a series of treaties in which China was forced to concede many of its territorial and sovereignty rights. They were negotiated during the 19th and early 20th centuries between China and foreign… …

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  • 42 Unequal temperament — Temperament Tem per*a*ment, n. [L. temperamentum a mixing in due proportion, proper measure, temperament: cf. F. temp[ e]rament. See {Temper}, v. t.] 1. Internal constitution; state with respect to the relative proportion of different qualities,… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 43 unequal crossing-over — Crossing over between homologous chromosomes that are not precisely paired, resulting in non reciprocal exchange of material and chromosomes of unequal length. Favoured in regions containing tandemly repeated sequences …

    Dictionary of molecular biology

  • 44 unequal crossing-over — nelygusis krosingoveris statusas T sritis augalininkystė apibrėžtis Krosingoveris, kurio metu homologinės chromatidės keičiasi nelygiais segmentais. atitikmenys: angl. unequal crossing over rus. неравный кроссинговер ryšiai: sinonimas – nelygusis …

    Žemės ūkio augalų selekcijos ir sėklininkystės terminų žodynas

  • 45 unequal wishbones — A colloquial term for unequal length wishbone suspension …

    Dictionary of automotive terms

  • 46 unequal counterpoint — noun : counterpoint in which the musical parts move in unequal notes …

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  • 47 unequal voting — These provisions limit the voting rights of some shareholders and expand those of others. Under time phased voting, shareholders who have held the stock for a given period of time are given more votes per share than recent purchases. Another… …

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  • 48 unequal cleavage — division of the zygote in which the blastomeres about the vegetal pole remain larger than those nearer the animal pole …

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  • 49 unequal pulse — a pulse in which some of the beats are strong and others weak …

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  • 50 unequal conjoined twins — see conjoined t s …

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  • 51 unequal crossing over — Abnormal meiotic event, in which one chromatid contains a duplication and the other a deletion. Often arises in a region containing repeated DNA sequences, which can pair out of register …

    Glossary of Biotechnology

  • 52 unequal-length wishbone suspension — A double wishbone suspension system in which the upper wishbone is shorter than the lower one, with both converging slightly at the wheel hub; reduces tire wear due to variations in track and camber angle when cornering …

    Dictionary of automotive terms

  • 53 unequal hour — noun : hour 5 …

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  • 54 unequal temperament — noun : a temperament that keeps pure or nearly pure intonation in some keys and accumulates the dissonances in the little used keys …

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  • 55 unequal voices — noun plural : mixed voices in singing …

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  • 56 be unequal to sth — ► to not have the skills, money, or resources that are necessary to do or achieve something: »Ultimately, the management team was unequal to the task of paying off the mountain of debt it had taken on. Main Entry: ↑unequal …

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  • 57 aniso- — Unequal, dissimilar, unlike. [G. anisos, unequal, fr. an , not, + isos, equal] …

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  • 58 anisodactyly — Unequal length in corresponding fingers. [aniso + G. daktylon, finger] * * * an·iso·dac·ty·ly (an i″so dakґtə le) a condition characterized by having corresponding digits of unequal length …

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  • 59 disparate — Unequal; not alike. [L. disparo, pp. atus, to separate, fr. paro, to prepare] * * * dis·pa·rate dis par ət, dis p(ə )rət adj indicating or stimulating dissimilar points on the retina of each eye * * * dis·pa·rate (disґpə rāt) [L.… …

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  • 60 unequally — unequal ► ADJECTIVE 1) not equal in quantity, size, or value. 2) not fair, evenly balanced, or having equal advantage. 3) (usu. unequal to) not having the ability or resources to meet a challenge. DERIVATIVES unequally adverb …

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