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Word: potential

Definition: expressing possibility; latent; N: capacity for growth


Sentences Containing 'potential'

A break into the guard's home turned up a potential vulnerability: women.
A judge would need to approve the sale, and other potential bidders could emerge.
A potential other method is that the propellant is not burned but just heated.
A report on the potential costs of renewed conflict in Sudan.
As a result, the potential is suprathreshold: sufficient to cause an action potential within the cell.
As each byte has 256 potential values, there are 256 possible opcodes.
Be resourceful, always look for potential sponsors.
Cain was one of five potential candidates who participated.
Decellularized porcine valves have growth and remodeling potential as well.
Each plant has a potential yield of per bunch.
Emanuel's model is called the "maximum potential intensity", or MPI.
Equality of chemical potential defines chemical equilibrium.
Faison was identified as a potential candidate for Governor in 2008.
Geopotential is the potential of the Earth's gravity field.
Gradually, the other band members acknowledged his potential as a songwriter.
He becomes torn between his love for her and his duty to investigate the potential crime.
His own research work was in potential theory and mathematics applied to economics.
It must first embrace the potential for pain.
Medical cannabis has several potential beneficial effects.
miR-129 has been identified as a potential candidate for development into a diagnostic biomarker.
No potential function for these structures has been mentioned.
Notable operations and expeditions have included: Potential for future conflicts.
Obituary is being considered as a "potential recruit" for the program.
Role of Maximum Potential Intensity (MPI).
She at least has the potential!" Music video.
Some potential shoehorned prophecies include:
Temporary potential future incarnations.
The applied potential is the driving force for the electron transfer reaction.
The college is recognized as a College with Potential for Excellence (CPE), by the UGC.
The electric potential also varies with temperature, concentration and pressure.
The electrode potential may not be obtained empirically.
The galvanic cell potential results from a "pair" of electrodes.
The geographic uplift area suggested the potential for mineral resources.
The Mists awaken Allomantic potential inside of people.
The potential for synergy is then unknown or estimated from data on similar combinations.
The potential waiter waved him away, and turned, gravely, to me.
The pregnane X receptor has been identified as a potential target.
The reduction potential is an intensive property.
The tourism sector has considerable potential for development.
There is also potential for application of these methods to ethical tradition.
This cost is incurred by the organization to convince a potential customer.
This could eventually increase the potential for P loss.
This has the potential to mitigate the problem of isolation but not the loss of interior habitat.
This is incorrect, but a useful start to introduce the construction of the potential in practice.
This localized depolarization is called an excitatory postsynaptic potential (EPSP).
This offers a potential recourse for Keawe.
Thus, the band was on the verge of potential collapse and at an impasse.
Various potential candidates were approached by the electors and discussed in the newspapers.
Zangetsu aided Ichigo in achieving his potential as a Soul Reaper.
ZSA evaluates the potential for equipment interference.

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