Biassed

  • 1 biassed — biased UK / US or biassed UK [ˈbaɪəst] / US adjective a) preferring one person, thing, or idea to another in a way that is unfair a biased report biased against/towards/in favour of someone/something: The salary structure was biased against women …

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  • 2 biassed — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective See biased …

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  • 3 biassed — bi·assed || baɪəst adj. prejudiced, having preconceptions bi·as || baɪəs n. prejudice; tendency, leaning v. prejudice, influence opinions …

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  • 4 biassed — adjective unfairly influenced in favour of or against one particular person, opinion etc: I admit I m biased, but I think my son s performance was brilliant! (+ against/towards/in favour of): news reporting that was heavily biased towards the… …

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  • 5 biassed — adjective see biased I …

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  • 6 biased or biassed — bi|ased or bi|assed [ baıəst ] adjective preferring one person, thing, or idea to another in a way that is unfair: a biased report …

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  • 7 Basil I — known as Basil the Macedonian born 826/835, Thrace died Aug. 29, 886 Byzantine emperor (867–86) and founder of the Macedonian dynasty. Born into a peasant family in Macedonia, he won employment in official circles in Constantinople and was made… …

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  • 8 bias — I UK [ˈbaɪəs] / US noun ** 1) a) [singular/uncountable] an attitude that you have that makes you treat someone in a way that is unfair or different from the way you treat other people Ideally we d choose judges who are without political bias.… …

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  • 9 bias — I. noun Etymology: Middle French biais Date: 1530 1. a line diagonal to the grain of a fabric; especially a line at a 45 degree angle to the selvage often utilized in the cutting of garments for smoother fit 2. a. a peculiarity in the shape of a… …

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  • 10 Electronic amplifier — A practical amplifier circuit An electronic amplifier is a device for increasing the power of a signal. It does this by taking energy from a power supply and controlling the output to match the input signal shape but with a larger amplitude. In… …

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  • 11 Transistor–transistor logic — (TTL) is a class of digital circuits built from bipolar junction transistors (BJT), and resistors. It is called transistor–transistor logic because both the logic gating function (e.g., AND) and the amplifying function are performed by… …

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  • 12 Hardware random number generator — This SSL Accelerator computer card uses a hardware random number generator to generate cryptographic keys to encrypt data sent over computer networks. In computing, a hardware random number generator is an apparatus that generates random numbers… …

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  • 13 Guillaume Dubois — (September 6, 1656 ndash; August 10, 1723) was a French cardinal and statesman.He, the third of the four great Cardinal Ministers (Richelieu, Mazarin, Dubois, and Fleury), was born in Brive la Gaillarde, in Limousin. He was, according to his… …

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  • 14 Whig history — or Whiggish historiography presents the past as an inevitable progression towards ever greater liberty and enlightenment, culminating in modern forms of liberal democracy and constitutional monarchy. In general, Whig historians stress the rise of …

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  • 15 Karl Heinrich Lang — Karl Heinrich Ritter von Lang (7 June 1764 ndash; 26 March 1835) was a German historian and statesman.He was born at Balgheim, near Nördlingen. From the first he was greatly attracted towards historical studies, and this was shown when he began… …

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  • 16 Henri Martin (Historian) — Henri Martin (February 20, 1810 December 14, 1883) was a celebrated French historian, born at Saint Quentin. Having first written a few novels, he later devoted his life to the study of the history of France and wrote an account of it, entitled… …

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  • 17 Mary Scharlieb — Dame Mary Scharlieb, DBE (1845 1930) was a pioneer British female physician in the late 19th/early 20th centuries. Contents 1 Biography 2 World War I 3 Religious beliefs 4 Writings …

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  • 18 Terry Milewski — is a Canadian journalist. He is a reporter currently based in Vancouver. Milewski has reported from many places around the world including Europe, South America and the United States. He has also reported from Ottawa and Calgary and was the first …

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  • 19 Feedback (radio series) — Feedback is a series broadcast on BBC Radio 4, presented by Roger Bolton. The programme is one in which listeners to Radio 4 write in and Roger Bolton reads out their comments. Radio Four comedies such as The News Quiz have been a popular topic… …

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  • 20 Antal E. Fekete — Infobox Person name = Antal E. Fekete image size = 200px caption = Antal Fekete birth name = Antal E. fekete birth date = birth date and age|1932|01|01 birth place = Budapest, EU death date = death place = education = Loránt Eötvös University… …

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