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detect (something) in (something)

To distinguish the presence of something in something else, typically something that is being masked or is present in only a small quantity. Do I detect sarcasm in that statement, Jane? I think I detect a pinch of cinnamon in this, but I could be wrong.
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detect something in something

to recognize or identify something in something. Can you detect the anger in her voice? I detect a bit of sarcasm in your comments.
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Yang's algorithm provides one threshold in long term algorithm therefore the process in this algorithm need long time for detecting stealth worm.
* Apply a risk assessment approach to detecting fraud in a financial statement audit
Even if simple techniques to detect silicone were available, they might not be useful in detecting a rupture, because small amounts of silicone ordinarily bleed even from intact implants.
"An artificial system is certainly capable of detecting certain nerve agents, but there are multiple steps," he says, such as the generation of the pattern and computer recognition.
While one type of enrichment process can be sequentially added to another to improve the yield, all of these methods have good but not adequate sensitivity or specificity required for detecting precancerous cells in body fluids.
82, Consideration of Fraud in a Financial Statement Audit." This SAS confirmed the profession's commitment to detecting fraud.
[2] Hajek et al described its utility in differentiating single from multiple lymph nodes and in detecting nodes smaller than 12 and 15 mm in superficial and deep locations, respectively.
The scale for detecting the arm position is available in several distances (Rs): in a range from 10mm and 20mm (distance R is from the center of the arm's rotation to the optical head detecting position).
The problem (for foundries) is not in detecting radiation in scrap metal, rather it is in detecting excessive radiation in the scrap," explains Richard Smola of Ludlum Measurements, Inc.
In the United States, state and local health departments are primarily responsible for detecting an outbreak and implementing the public health response.
A group led by Donna Mager, a microbiologist at the Forsyth Institute in Boston, recently announced a different strategy for detecting oral cancer: examining signature populations of bacteria in saliva.
For progressively lower P[H], the likelihood of detecting false positives increases while that of detecting false negatives decreases, so that we move toward a cautionary bias in probability criteria for less frequent hazards regardless of what values we may choose for [alpha] in relation to [beta].
Designed to give the auditor guidance in detecting material misstatements caused by fraud, SAS no.
Most NDT techniques for castings are designed for detecting external or internal imperfections or discontinuities, and are used most often with castings destined for critical load applications.