Curve

[Doc Walker album] Curve is the second studio album by Canadian country music group Doc Walker. The album was nominated for Country Recording of the Year at the 2003 Juno Awards. ==Track listing== ...
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Curve

[tonality] In image editing, a curve is a remapping of image tonality, specified as a function from input level to output level, used as a way to emphasize colours or other elements in a picture. Curves can usually be applied to all channels together in an image, or to each channel individually. Applying a curve to all channels typically ch
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Curve

[band] ==History== Halliday and Garcia were introduced to each other by fellow musician Dave Stewart of Eurythmics; Garcia had played bass guitar as part of Eurythmics` live band in 1983–84 and on two of their studio albums; while Halliday was signed to Stewart`s Anxious Records label as a solo artist. The pair formed an ill-fated group n
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curve

[n] - the trace of a point whose direction of motion changes 2. [n] - a line on a graph representing data 3. [n] - a baseball thrown with spin so that its path curves as it approach the batter
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Curve

Curve (kûrv) adjective [ Latin curvus bent, curved. See Cirb .] Bent without angles; crooked; curved; as, a curve line; a curve surface.
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Curve

Curve noun [ See Curve , adjective , Cirb .] 1. A bending without angles; that which is bent; a flexure; as, a curve in a railway or canal. 2. (Geom.) A line described according to some low, and having no finite portion of it a strai
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Curve

Curve transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Curved (k?rvd); present participle & verbal noun Curving .] [ Latin curvare ., from curvus . See Curve , adjective , Curb .] To ben
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Curve

Curve intransitive verb To bend or turn gradually from a given direction; as, the road curves to the right.
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curve

A nonangular deviation from a straight course in a line or surface. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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curve

noun a line on a graph representing data
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curve

curved shape noun the trace of a point whose direction of motion changes
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curve

breaking ball noun a pitch of a baseball that is thrown with spin so that its path curves as it approach the batter
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curve

noun the property possessed by the curving of a line or surface
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curve

(kurv) a line that is not straight, or that describes part of a circle, especially a line representing varying values in a graph.
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Curve

• (a.) Bent without angles; crooked; curved; as, a curve line; a curve surface. • (a.) A line described according to some low, and having no finite portion of it a straight line. • (a.) To bend; to crook; as, to curve a line; to curve a pipe; to cause to swerve from a straight course; as, to curve a ball in pitching it. • (a.) A
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curve

(from the article `derivative`) ...or, more precisely, as the slope of the tangent line at a point. Its calculation, in fact, derives from the slope formula for a straight line, ... branch of mathematics that studies the geometry of curves, surfaces, and manifolds (the higher-dimensional analogs of surfaces). The discipline owes ... ...
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curve

a nonangular deviation from a straight course in a line or surface.
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Curve

[magazine] Curve is a lesbian magazine in the United States. It covers news, politics, social issues, and includes celebrity interviews and stories on entertainment, pop culture, style, travel, and a website that hosts an internet forum focusing on lesbian issues, active since 2000. The magazine was first published as Deneuve in May 1990 bu
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Curve

In mathematics, a curve (also called a curved line in older texts) is, generally speaking, an object similar to a line but which is not required to be straight. This entails that a line is a special case of curve, namely a curve with null curvature. Often curves in two-dimensional (plane curves) or three-dimensional (space curves) Euclidean space
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curve

A continuous mapping from a one-dimensional space to an n-dimensional space. The most familiar mathematical curves are two- and three-dimensional graphs. A curve, such as a circle, that lies entirely in a plane is called a plane curve; by contrast, a curve that may pass through any region of three-d...
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curve

curve, in mathematics, a line no part of which is straight; more generally, it is considered to be any one-dimensional collection of points, thus including the straight line as a special kind of curve. In analytic geometry a plane curve is usually considered as the graph of an equation or function, ...
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Curve

A curve (named from the Latin, curvus, meaning crooked), is a line which may be cut by a straight line in more points than one; a line in which no three consecutive points lie in the same direction. The doctrine of curves and of the figures and solids generated from curves constitutes what is called the higher geometry, and forms one of the most in
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curve

Type: Term Pronunciation: kerv Definitions: 1. A nonangular continuous bend or line. 2. A chart or graphic representation, by means of a continuous line connecting individual observations, of the course of a physiologic activity, of the number of cases of a disease in a given period, or of any entity that might be otherwise presented by a table of
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curve

In geometry, the locus of a point moving according to specified conditions. The circle is the locus of all points equidistant from a given point (the centre). Other common geometrical curves are the ellipse, parabola, and hyperbola, which are also produced when a cone is cut by a plane at different a...
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Curve

Ball that breaks from right to left (for right-handers) in a huge arc (and vice-versa for lefties).
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