Strength Definition

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31. A combination of lignin and cellulose that strengthens woody plant cells. 1
32. A concept of strength of cooperativity is proposed and methods of their calculation are obtained with correlation functions. 1
33. A conditioning coach recommended exercises for the enhancement of leg extensor strength for six groups of athletes- elite, intermediate and beginning volleyball players and ski jumpers. 1
34. A crack has opened in China's monolithic resistance to strengthening its undervalued currency. 1
35. A decade later, the company has gone from strength to strength. 2
36. A designer must have a good foundation in statics, kinematics, dynamics and strength of materials. 1
37. A fatigue failure criterion is presented for unidirectional laminate under complex in plane fatigue loads based on the residual strength degradation model and Tsai Hill static strength criterion. 2
38. A fear of weakness only strengthens weakness. Criss Jami  1
39. A feeble Micheline with huge strengths needed to make her the best shot putter and discus thrower became a subject for research to scholars in the physical education discipline. 1
40. A generic drug product is one that is comparable to an innovator drug product in dosageform, strength, route of administration, quality, performance characteristics and intended use. 1
41. A greaseproof paper with high wet strength. It is produced by passing a paper web through a sulfuric acid bath that fuses its fibers into a homogeneous mass. 1
42. A great exercise used to measure core strength is the standard push-up. 1
43. A grey metal that is normally used as an alloying agent for iron and stainless steel. It is also used as a strengthener of titanium-based alloys. 1
44. A heavy-duty damper is a damper similar to other designs but where the blades are specially reinforced to provide additional strength and rigidity. 1
45. A Japanese art of self-defense that employs holds and locks and that uses the principles of nonresistance in order to debilitate the strength of the opponent. 1
46. A key ingredient is acerola cherry, which can strengthen the immune system to resist diseases attack. 1
47. A kind of cationic paper strength agent was prepared through the modification of polyethylene imine(PEI emulsion. 1
48. A kind of degradable and absorbable composite for bone fracture fixation with high strength and module is presented, which is made of unidirection CPP/PLLA fiber composite. 1
49. A lager beer brewed from select raw materials according to the latest technology-a unique combination of beverage strength and easy drinking. 1
50. A life-long reformer such as Russell clearly saw himself, not as conceding, but as strengthening aristocratic influence. 1
51. A linear relation between shrinkage also tensile strength and the function of amorphous orientation state, ( 1 - Xc ) fam , was founded. 1
52. A little gift, an off-hand compliment, a moment of physical contact can vastly strengthen a relationship. 1
53. A long, heavy wooden pole tossed end over end as a demonstration of strength in Scottish highland games. 1
54. A lot of studies showed that resynthesis of phosphocreatine in muscle can be increased and strength and speed of athletes can be improved through creatine supplementation. 1
55. A love for tradition has never weakened a nation, indeed it has strengthened nations in their hour of peril. Winston Churchill  1
56. A low temperature plasma processor was successfully used in a commercial plant. The result showed that after surface treatment bamboo utilization and bonding strength were both improved. 1
57. A man needs a friend not to flatter him, but to strengthen him at his weak points. Edgar Watson Howe  1
58. A manufacturing strategy was developed to strengthen the international competitiveness of Glasgow's manufacturing sector. 1
59. A mathematical relationship between the strength and porosity of highly porous isotropic three- dimensional reticulated metal foams under equal- speed biaxial tension was derived. 1
60. A method to calculate the section curvature ductility index of high strength concrete shear wall is induced by using stress-strain relationship of rectangle stirrup and plane section assumption. 1




strengths (plural noun)

  - the quality or state of being physically strong.

  - the capacity of an object or substance to withstand great force or pressure.

  - the potency or degree of concentration of a drug, chemical, or drink.

  - a good or beneficial quality or attribute of a person or thing.

  - the number of people comprising a group, typically a team or army.


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