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phased

A common misspelling of "fazed," meaning disconcerted or having one's composure, comfort, or confidence disrupted.
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phased

verb
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phazed

and phased (fezd)
mod. intoxicated with marijuana. How much booze does it take you to get really phased?
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This RFA will use the NIH Phased Innovation (R21/R33) and Exploratory/ Development Research Grant Phase 2 (R33) award mechanisms.
In 1967, the family commissioned the office of Fumihiko Maki to devise a masterplan for a phased development of residential and commercial buildings.
Some deductions, such as personal interest and passive losses, have now been phased out fully.
This solicitation utilizes the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR R43 and R44) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR R41 and R42) mechanisms, and runs in parallel with a program announcement of identical scope (PAR-03-124) that utilizes the Phased Innovation Award (R21/33) mechanism for exploratory and developmental studies and that is open to a broad range of organizations.
Specifically, the dual-mode feed (DMF/38) phase delays are phase compensated for aperture collimation for either mapping or tracking mode, while randomly phased for the unwanted mode.
Shnitkin, "Rapid In-Flight Phase Alignment of an Electronically Phase Scanned Antenna Array, "Phased Arrays 1985 Symposium (Report RADC-Tr-85- 171), p.
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