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cut-off point

The limit beyond which no further action is permitted or possible. I'm sorry to say that we've reached our cut-off point for accepting applications this year.
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Objective: To evaluate the usefulness of neck circumference as an index of excess weight and obesity in young adults while identifying its appropriate cutoff points.
Using the regression equations for raw data and the VDS cutoff points previously described, we predicted the integer cutoff points for the NRS and Bieri FPS categories as follows:
By comparing an individual's raw subscale scores to the cutoff point for each subscale, that individual can be classified into a single identity status.
International cutoff points for BMI for overweight and obesity by gender and age determined the overall proportion of boys and girls in the two classifications.
There is, however, some consensus that the 25th percentile point on an achievement measure be used as a cutoff point to distinguish students with MD/LD from NA students (e.
It's certainly possible (and maybe likely) that the study's authors chose the most favorable cutoff point.
Available in both Class 1 and extended-range Class 2 laser formats, the sensors feature a mechanically adjustable sensing cutoff point that allows them to detect extremely small objects with relatively low reflectivity while ignoring background objects immediately behind the set cutoff point.
At each cutoff point, we calculated the percentage of patients who were below the cutoff point on night 1 and above the cutoff point on night 2 and vice versa.
Q60 adjustable-field photoelectric sensors are designed to eliminate background interference and enable users to set a precise sensing cutoff point.
A cortisol level greater than 38 nmol is the cutoff point for this test.
The cutoff point for this year's revenues, by the way, was $23 million, approximately $500,000 less than last year.
A proposed home-service model act suggests $15,000 as the cutoff point.
Now it seems to mean that there is a tacit cutoff point in the political dialogue to exclude foreign policy.
After running the data sets through the model, a cutoff point may be decided.