Retrogression

Re`tro·gres'sion noun [ Confer French rétrogression . See Retrograde , and confer Digression .] 1. The act of retrograding, or going backward; retrogradation. 2. (Biol.) Backward development; a passing from a higher to a lower state of organization or stru
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retrogression

1. The act of retrograding, or going backward; retrogradation. ... 2. <biology> Backward development; a passing from a higher to a lower state of organization or structure, as when an animal, approaching maturity, becomes less highly organised than would be expected from its earlier stages or known relationship. ... Synonym: retrograde develo
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retrogression

(ret″ro-gresh´әn) degeneration; deterioration; regression; return to an earlier, less complex condition.
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Retrogression

• (n.) Backward development; a passing from a higher to a lower state of organization or structure, as when an animal, approaching maturity, becomes less highly organized than would be expected from its earlier stages or known relationship. Called also retrograde development, and regressive metamorphism. • (n.) The act of retrograding, or
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RETROGRESSION

In meteorology, it is the movement of a weather system in a direction opposite to the direction of the basic flow in which it is embedded. Often used in reference to a long wave trough or other macroscale feature. For example, a long wave trough that may move slightly westward when the 'normal' movement and flow is eastward.
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Retrogression

or retrograde motion means motion that is backwards from the usual way things move in the Northern Hemisphere extratropics - which is from west to east. In meterology, the term is used in relation to atmospheric waves or pressure systems. When meterologists say that a pattern will retrograde, they mean that the troughs and ridges will end up furthe
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retrogression

Type: Term Pronunciation: ret′rō-gresh′ŭn Synonyms: cataplasia
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Retrogression

In meteorology, it is the movement of a weather system in a direction opposite to the direction of t
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Retrogression

Sometimes a case that is current one month will not be current the next month. This occurs when the annual numerical limit has been reached. This usually happens near the end of a fiscal year (October 1 to September 30 of the next year). When the new fiscal year begins, the Visa Office gets a new supply of visa numbers and usually brings back the c
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