Definition of Pluses
1. Noun. (plural of plus) ¹
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Definition of Pluses
1. plus [n] - See also: plus
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Literary usage of Pluses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Data Needs for Food Policy in Developing Countries: New Directions for by Joachim Von Braun (1993)
"... Table 11.2—pluses and minuses of qualitative and quantitative methods Qualitative Random sampling not possible Little statistical testing of data ..."
2. The Temple of Apollo Bassitas by Frederick A. Cooper (1996)
"ARCHITECTURE pluses In the system of pluses, measurements all start at a common ... In the field, measurement by pluses reduces the possibility of mistakes. ..."
3. Technic of Surveying Instruments and Methods by Walter Loring Webb, John Charles Lounsbury Fish (1917)
"(8) Let recorder copy record of pluses into transit book every time the two come together, and make sure that all pluses have been copied by time corps ..."
4. The Backup Book: Disaster Recovery from Desktop to Data Center by Dorian J. Cougias, E. L. Heiberger, Karsten Koop (2003)
"This setup offers pluses and minuses. The pluses are attractive: hot drive swapping, additional space ... Like anything loaded with pluses, it'll cost you. ..."
5. Domestic Air Services in the Wake of Airline Deregulations: Challenges Faced edited by Larry Pressler (2000)
"I could add to that not all the pluses and minuses are the same. Some of those pluses could be big pluses, and some could be little pluses, ..."
6. Clinical Laboratory Technic for Nurses by Anna Lemira Gibson (1922)
"Trace with black background equals 2 pluses. Trace without black background equals 3 pluses. Flocculent precipitate equals 4 pluses. If blood is present, ..."
7. The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature by William James (1902)
"Peace cannot be reached by the simple addition of pluses and elimination of minuses from life. Natural good is not simply insufficient in amount and ..."