Sentences Containing 'anomaly'
Perhaps the correct way of viewing the whole subject would be, to look at the inheritance of every character whatever as the rule, and non-inheritance as the anomaly.
As Professor Owen has remarked, there is no greater anomaly in nature than a bird that cannot fly; yet there are several in this state.
What a strange anomaly it would be if a directly opposite rule were to prevail when we go down one step lower in the series, namely to the individuals of the same species, and these had not been, at least at first, confined to some one region!
Thus, although Kerguelen Land stands nearer to Africa than to America, the plants are related, and that very closely, as we know from Dr. Hooker's account, to those of America: but on the view that this island has been mainly stocked by seeds brought with earth and stones on icebergs, drifted by the prevailing currents, this anomaly disappears.
New Zealand in its endemic plants is much more closely related to Australia, the nearest mainland, than to any other region: and this is what might have been expected; but it is also plainly related to South America, which, although the next nearest continent, is so enormously remote, that the fact becomes an anomaly.
As to his dealing in the mild article of milk, by the by, there never was a greater anomaly.
Now as this law, under a modified form, is to this day in force in England; and as it offers in various respects a strange anomaly touching the general law of Fast and Loose-Fish, it is here treated of in a separate chapter, on the same courteous principle that prompts the English railways to be at the expense of a separate car, specially reserved for the accommodation of royalty.
She presents the curious anomaly of the most solid masonry joining with oak and hemp in constituting the completed ship.
Sturge-Weber is an embryonal developmental anomaly resulting from errors in mesodermal and ectodermal development.
He ... knew everything about the space telescope, from the smallest anomaly to the breadth of the extraordinary science delivered by the telescope he had worked with for over 28 years."
(Shandong was an anomaly, the Zhili clique appointed an Anhui general in 1923 there provided he remain neutral, see Shandong Problem.
As it is required as a base for the definition of true anomaly, it is usually arbitrarily assumed (as a line pointing into the direction of the vernal equinox).
In Mannheim/Ludwigshafen a July average of was recorded, which means a temperature anomaly of , which is a new record for a monthly average in Germany (in the same cities high temperatures reached over ).
In such a context, the supertrace of the mass matrix for the theory can be written as a sum over spins of the traces of the mass matrices for particles of different spin: In anomaly-free theories where only renormalizable terms appear in the superpotential, the above supertrace can be shown to vanish, even when supersymmetry is spontaneously broken.
In celestial mechanics, eccentric anomaly is an angular parameter that defines the position of a body that is moving along an elliptic Kepler orbit.
For a point "P" orbiting in an ellipse, the eccentric anomaly is the angle "E" in the figure to the right.
The eccentric anomaly is one of three angular parameters ("anomalies") that define a position along an orbit, the other two being the true anomaly and the mean anomaly.
The eccentric anomaly "E" in terms of these coordinates is given by: The above equations can be established by drawing the auxiliary circle of radius "a" enclosing the elliptical path and the "minor auxiliary circle" of radius "b" inscribed within the path.
The "true anomaly" is the angle labeled "θ" in the figure, located at the focus of the ellipse.
The true anomaly and the eccentric anomaly are related as follows.
The bump itself is partly due to the swollen bursal sac or an osseous (bony) anomaly on the metatarsophalangeal joint.
The term "hallux valgus" or "hallux abducto-valgus" are the most commonly used medical terms associated with a bunion anomaly, where "hallux" refers to the great toe, "valgus" refers to the abnormal angulation of the great toe commonly associated with bunion anomalies, and "abductus/-o" refers to the abnormal drifting or inward leaning of the great toe towards the second toe, which is also commonly associated with bunions.
This bio-mechanical anomaly may be caused by a variety of conditions intrinsic to the structure of the foot – such as flat feet, excessive flexibility of ligaments, abnormal bone structure, and certain neurological conditions.
Consequently, the Colorado Rockies have a very large home advantage, with a 30% better home than away record. This anomaly has been countered with Colorado's innovative use of humidors to keep the baseballs from drying out.
Six nontrivial anomalies may be computed on both sides of the duality, and they agree as they must in accordance with Gerard 't Hooft's anomaly matching conditions.
The Allmusic review's tone was harsher: this concept piece was an "ill-advised anomaly", much of it "decidedly crap".
This 1991 chart, which became known as the "Phantom Fifty", was not the only year to feature an anomaly.
In My Genes bears witness to the lives of eight people who suffer discrimination due to a simple genetic anomaly.
This anomaly came about because the 1.8 L engine block, with its narrower bore, allowed Alfa to use a longer stroke on the racing car and stay within the 2.0 L capacity limit.
The United States Navy and the United Kingdom began modifying existing helicopters as anti-submarine weapons (ASW) platforms, carrying depth bombs and Magnetic Anomaly Detector gear.
In Milton there is an unusual planning anomaly - the main street (Union Street) is straight for several kilometres as it runs across the Tokomairiro Plain and through the town, yet in the northern part of Milton it has a kink in it at . Heading north on the main street the road moves a whole road-width to the west. The reason for the anomaly is disputed.
The winter temperatures in southern Lofoten represent the highest temperature anomaly in the world relative to latitude due to the Gulf Stream from the Caribbean Sea.
He is something of an anomaly among the giants of Torah study as he was supposed to have been, in his early youth, a bandit and gladiator.
Before her death, Johnson had increasingly been cast in feature films, playing opposite Rosanna Arquette, Tom Arnold, Ian Somerhalder and Bijou Phillips and was slated to produce and direct two feature horror/fantasy films, "The Dark Sisters" and "Anomaly".
This condition has several different names, The 22q11.2 Deletion Sydrome, Velocardiofacial syndrome, DiGeorge Syndrome, Conotruncal Anomaly Face syndrome, Opitz G/BBB Syndrome, Cayler Cardiofacial Syndrome.The effects of this disorder are different in each individual but similarities exist such as heart defects, immune system problems, a distinctive facial appearance, learning challenges, cleft palate, hearing loss, kidney problems, hypocalcemia, and sometimes psychiatric issues.
Anomaly is the fifth solo album by former Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley, released on September 15, 2009.
Anomaly has also been pressed on limited copies of vinyl records.
Collie eye anomaly (CEA) is a congenital, inherited, bilateral eye disease of dogs, which affects the retina, choroid, and sclera.
Park La Brea represents something of a historical anomaly, having been built at a time when most visions of Los Angeles' development were dominated by low-rise tracts of single-family houses along freeway corridors.
In the CGHS model, if we include Faddeev-Popov ghosts to gauge-fix diffeomorphisms in the conformal gauge, they contribute an anomaly of -24.
Each matter field contributes an anomaly of 1.
This anomaly perhaps reduced the custom on the Voguéo. All the same, the Voguéo paid its bills, and in June 2008, to make it more attractive, the STIF reduced ticket prices to €1 and made the Voguéo route into Zones 1 and 2 only.
One noted anomaly was the minor damage caused to the Whataburger.
The winter temperatures in southern Lofoten represent the largest temperature anomaly in the world relative to latitude.
Matt Fiorentino, director of marketing at video measurement firm Visible Measures, considered the first campaign a never-seen-before anomaly, and despite being dwarfed by its predecessor, the number of views "Beyond Famous" received was "pretty good" when compared to a regular social campaign.
The huge expanse of mare basaltic volcanism associated with Oceanus Procellarum does not possess a positive gravity anomaly.
Laudan noted that some anomalies become "dormant", if they survive a long period during which no competing alternative has shown itself capable of resolving the anomaly.
More Vocab Words::: millennium - thousand-year period (as in the New Testament); hoped-for period of happiness and prosperity
::: decimate - kill (usually one out of ten or every tenth man); destroy or kill a large part of
::: inductive - pertaining to induction or proceeding from the specific to the general
::: whimsy - whim; tendency to behave amusingly strangely; Ex. story full of whimsy
::: anomaly - irregularity
::: malcontent - person dissatisfied with existing state of affairs; discontented person; ADJ: discontented
::: descry - catch sight of (something distant)
::: filch - steal (things of small value)
::: incriminate - accuse of or implicate in a crime; serve as evidence against; cause to seem or make guilty of a crime; Ex. incriminating evidence
::: antidote - remedy to counteract a poison or disease; Ex. antidote to the economic troubles