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differential

slang The buttocks. This term comes from the "differential gear" found in motor vehicles. Wow, he's got a great differential—he must work out!

differential

n. the buttocks; the rear (end). (From the name of the device that joins the axle to the driveshaft in motorized vehicles.) You’re walking like there’s something wrong with your differential.
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Section 2 describes some notations used in this paper such as SPN structure, Feistel structure, the matrix of linear transformation and impossible differentials. Section 3 presents the impossible differentials cryptanalysis of the SPN structure and proves the upper bound of the longest impossible differential paths of Kuznyechik, KLEIN and Midori64.
In our formulas, the computation of the data complexity for standard impossible differential analysis and attacks based on multiple impossible differentials are unified.
The module E, endowed with an endomorphism d satisfying [d.sup.2] = 0, is referred to as a differential module and an endomorphism d as its differential.
In our lab, we report all cell counts for RBCs and WBCs, with our lowest category resulted as ">1 cell per [micro]L." We prepare a cytospin slide for all CSF specimens, and perform morphologic examination and differentials regardless of cell count, since leukemia or other types of neoplastic cells may be seen in a low cell count CSF specimen.
Full-locking differentials are an expensive upgrade (around $700 to $1,000 plus labor), yet they are a good investment if you frequently travel remote country and gnarly trails.
With the positive traction auto-locking rear differential, it has much more traction than your standard tractor so it allows you to mow more difficult terrain."
The second section shows that no single explanation can account for how the inflation differentials change over time.
And while Harty claims ATD could be used to decontent Mitsubishi's and Honda's elaborate AWD systems without harming their performance, some entry-level vehicles would require additional pieces (multi-plate limited-slip differential, steering sensor, infrastructure to support its actuation, the Prodrive ECU) to reach the required baseline.
Roger Tapp confirmed that the habitual dryer problems required four to eight men working for 8-12 hours during scheduled shutdowns to repair leaks resulting from running at such a high differential.
In my state of Ohio, for example, the average teacher salary in the district with the highest pay is about double that of the district with the lowest pay, a differential that cannot be explained entirely (or even mainly) by differences in teachers' characteristics.
5) determining whether social factors are equally involved in differential cancer prevalence in various subgroups, and elucidating the implications to disparities in health;
These suggested limits are the pressure differentials at which the confidence intervals on the measured [C.sub.d] are roughly [+ or -] 0.5%, the confidence intervals on the RG equation.
Performance-orientated cars have used limited slip differentials for many years, which limits loss of traction by locking the planet gears inside the differential when one of the two drive wheels threatens to slip on a wet patch of road.
The objective of this paper is to investigate the relationship between net exports and wage differentials in the U.S.
On testing the instrument reliability of leukocyte differentiation by the CD 1700CS, leukocyte three-part differential was compared with manual differentials as a reference method differentiating 400 cells from 269 patient samples [7,81.
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