- The viewer feels he has seen enough variety to allow the imagination to interpolate all potential additional variations.
- Looks to me like your fantastic mother of a brain is interpolating multimodal evidence as to the physical air-blockage position in realtime.
- By interpolating between imbalances differing by a pawn, it was possible to express the results in terms of fractions of a pawn.
- It would involve interpolating the word ‘only’ either before or after the words ‘taken in respect of the guarantee’.
- In the case of Mrs Burdett, this seems unlikely: the extract fits neatly between other entries, written in the same handwriting, and so there is no evidence that it has been interpolated at a later date.
- In my previous post on ‘under God,’ I missed the real meaning of the expression, as Lincoln and others used it - and so, by a wide mark, did the people who interpolated it in the Pledge.
- If I decrease the resolution to anything other than the native resolution, images and text are interpolated.
- To make it so would be to interpolate into the text of the Refugee Convention definition of refugee an additional requirement of international condemnation.
- Tear a page from a book and you may be able to interpolate.
- He would interpolate values between his data points and he did this using a cubic interpolation formula.
- For the Hamiltonian matrix elements, spline-fitted functions of time were used to interpolate values from the trajectory calculations.
- This means that instead of having to interpolate the values of neighbouring pixels the X3 sensor ‘sees’ full colour at individual pixel locations.
- Additionally, he tends to repeat these statements from week to week, waiting for the pause in the conversation so he can interpolate them.
- I should interpolate that his friends generally read to him to save his eyes.
- I pause to interpolate, the witness answers on the basis that it could have been.
Early 17th century: from Latin interpolat- 'refurbished, altered', from the verb interpolare, from inter- 'between' + -polare (related to polire 'to polish').
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