Definition of Estimations

1. Noun. (plural of estimation) ¹



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Definition of Estimations

1. estimation [n] - See also: estimation

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Literary usage of Estimations

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1. Diet in Health and Disease by Julius Friedenwald, John Ruhräh (1907)
"1*32 0 (six estimations). In cases complicated with nephritis without uraemia : Sugar in 1000 Parts of Blood. Sugar in 1000 Parts of Urine. ..."

2. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1907)
"Blood-pressure estimations in Man.—BING (Berl. klin. Woch., 1906, liii, 1650) states that the ultimate aim of all blood-pressure estimations is to obtain an ..."

3. Lessons in Elementary Practical Physics by Balfour Stewart, William Winson Haldane Gee (1885)
"Personal Equation in Time estimations.—Practised observers who use the eye and ear method are found to make errors in their estimations of an amount which ..."

4. Lessons in Elementary Practical Physics by Balfour Stewart, William Winson Haldane Gee (1885)
"Personal Equation in Time estimations.—Practised observers who use the eye and ear method are found to make errors in their estimations of an amount which ..."

5. Practice of Medicine by Frederick Tice (1922)
"When the estimations are at variance with the statement in the little booklets ... The majority of estimations on patients will be found to fall within the ..."

6. Quantitative Chemical Analysis: Adapted for Use in the Laboratories of by Frank Clowes, Joseph Bernard Coleman (1900)
"The estimations of metals and acid-radicles are generally arranged as exercises ... When the body is of unknown composition, two estimations should be made. ..."

7. A Manual of volumetric analysis: Treating on the Subjects of Indicators by Virgil Coblentz (1901)
"Iodine plays an indirect part in these estimations, in that such substances as ... I. According to the method of manipulation, these estimations are carried ..."

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