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curve to

To bend in a particular direction. I swung the bat but missed because the ball curved to the left at the last second.
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curve to something

to bend or bow toward something, some direction, or some place. The road curved to the left. One of her toes curves to the right.
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An instructive exercise for students is to animate linear combinations of pairs of the curves to see how the behavior of the curves changes.
Ravani and Ku transported the notion of Bertrand curves to the ruled surfaces and called them Bertrand offsets [12].
Incidentally, "big" and "small" depend on the sizes and proportions of the curves to be blended.
These data were used to compare run-to-run variability for individual run-specific calibration curves to variability for an average fixed calibration curve.
The addition of curves to our Prospector Web database provides the database with a new dimension of usability that will directly impact our customers.
In addition, for any hypothesis there is no a priori way to generate the right family of curves to which the hypothesis belongs.
BondWave designed a number of Bond Type Curves to represent meaningful subsets of the municipal bond market.
com/reports/c28778) has announced the addition of E-Learning Course: Yield Curves to their offering.
Japan is a key market, and our partnership with Venture Link firmly positions Curves to attain this goal.
A significant advantage of EnergyServer's Forward Curve Module is the ability to appoint responsibility for particular curves to the middle office, which usually gathers and constructs the master curves for mark-to-market and for calculation of VAR and other key risk measurements," said Chris Hambrecht, product manager at FAME Information Services.
With this release, spring curve loads are used in place of curve constraints to allow trim curves to behave correctly, allowing users to generate smoother and more natural shapes.