branching

[adj] - resembling the branches of a tree 2. [n] - the act of branching out or dividing into branches
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branching

Branching is a way of making 2 or more slide shows within the same presentation. Different selections of slides are made to suit to particular audiences.
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Branching

Branch'ing adjective Furnished with branches; shooting our branches; extending in a branch or branches. « Shaded with branching palm. Milton. »
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Branching

Branch'ing noun The act or state of separation into branches; division into branches; a division or branch. « The sciences, with their numerous branchings . Latin Watts. »
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branching

The act or state of separation into branches; division into branches; a division or branch. 'The sciences, with their numerous branchings.' (L. Watts) ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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branching

adjective resembling the branches of a tree
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branching

ramification noun the act of branching out or dividing into branches
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Branching

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Branch • (n.) The act or state of separation into branches; division into branches; a division or branch. • (a.) Furnished with branches; shooting our branches; extending in a branch or branches.
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branching

(from the article `angiosperm`) Branching in angiosperms may be dichotomous or axillary. In dichotomous branching, the branches form as a result of an equal division of a terminal ... The shoots of most vascular plants branch according to a consistent plan, with each new axis arising in the angle between a leaf and a stem—that is, ...
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branching

radioactive disintegration of a particular species of unstable atomic nucleus or subatomic particle that occurs by two or more different decay ... [1 related articles]
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branching

Type: Term Pronunciation: branch′ing Definitions: 1. Dividing into parts; sending out offshoots; bifurcating. Synonyms: ramose, ramous
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branching

a special bag for carrying ice weapons or books
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branching

An instructional technique, usually in the form of programmed text, in which the learner's next step of instruction is determined by her response to a previous step. Two or more directions in a program path can go from a decision point.
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Branching

[polymer chemistry] In polymer chemistry, branching occurs by the replacement of a substituent, e.g., a hydrogen atom, on a monomer subunit, by another covalently bonded chain of that polymer; or, in the case of a graft copolymer, by a chain of another type. In crosslinking rubber by vulcanization, short sulfur branches link polyisoprene ch
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Branching

[revision control] Branching, in revision control and software configuration management, is the duplication of an object under revision control (such as a source code file or a directory tree) so that modifications can happen in parallel along both branches. Branches are also known as trees, streams or codelines. The originating branch is s
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Branching

[linguistics] In linguistics, branching refers to the shape of the parse trees that represent the structure of sentences. Parse trees that grow downward as speech and processing proceeds left to right are right-branching, whereas parse trees that grow upwards as speech and processing proceeds left to right are left-branching. Taking a top-d
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Branching

a behavior common in eaglets just before fledging. In branching, eaglets move from the nest to a branch and flap their wings and jump off the branch. This behavior serves to strengthen flight muscles and acclimate the eaglet to life outside the nest.
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