Tolerance

Accepting other people's beliefs or actions even though you disagree with them.

Tolerance

Tolerance or toleration to tolerate, or put up with, conditionally, also to suggest a fair, objective, and permissive attitude toward those whose opinions, practices, race, religion, nationality, etc., differ from one`s own; freedom from bigotry. Tolerance, tolerant, or toleration may also refer to: ==Biology, medicine, physiology== ==Mathematics....
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tolerance

(from the article `drafting`) ...other feature requiring proper fit—perhaps 1.995 to 2.005 inches. The difference between the acceptable maximum and minimum dimensions given for a ...
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tolerance

(from the article `drug use`) ...of these physiological effects is necessary in order to appreciate the difficulties that are encountered in trying to include all drugs under a ... ...of chronic psychosis with evidence of permanent organic brain damage. In the language of the street, `Meth is death.` The amphetamines produce ....
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tolerance

(L. tolerantia) 1. the ability to endure unusually large doses of a drug or toxin. 2. acquired drug tolerance; a decreasing response to repeated constant doses of a drug or the need for increasing doses to maintain a constant response.
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tolerance

(tol´әr-әns) the ability to bear something potentially difficult. the ability to endure unusually large doses of a poison or toxin. drug tolerance. adj., tol´erant., adj. acquired drug tolerance drug tolerance. drug tolerance...
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tolerance

[n] - willingness to recognize and respect the beliefs or practices of others 2. [n] - the power or capacity of an organism to tolerate unfavorable environmental conditions 3. [n] - the act of tolerating something
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Tolerance

• (n.) Capability of growth in more or less shade. • (n.) Allowed amount of variation from the standard or from exact conformity to the specified dimensions, weight, etc., as in various mechanical operations; • (n.) The amount which coins, either singly or in lots, are legally allowed to vary above or below the standard of weight or ...
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tolerance

noun the act of tolerating something
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Tolerance

Tol'er·ance noun [ Latin tolerantia : confer French tolérance .] 1. The power or capacity of enduring; the act of enduring; endurance. « Diogenes, one frosty morning, came into the market place, shaking, to show his tolerance Bacon. 2. Th...
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tolerance

1. The ability of a plant to sustain the effects of a disease without dying or suffering serious injury or crop loss. 2. The amount of toxic residue allowable in or on edible plant parts under the law.
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tolerance

1. The ability to endure unusually large doses of a drug or toxin. ... 2. Acquired drug tolerance, a decreasing response to repeated constant doses of a drug or the need for increasing doses to maintain a constant response. ... Origin: L. Tolerantia ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Tolerance

A characteristic of substance dependence that may be shown by the need for markedly increased amount
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Tolerance

A situation that occurs with continued use of a drug in which an individual requires greater dosages to achieve the same effect.
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tolerance

a tree species' capacity to grow in shade
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TOLERANCE

Applied to quantities, qualities and prices of goods to allow for a given measure of under or over shipment. Thus, for example, a 10% tolerance by weight allowed in a contract of sale relating to a particular bulk cargo, allows for the quantity shipped to be 10% more or less that that agreed.
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Tolerance

decreased sensitivity of the body to a certain drug, usually either because the liver becomes more efficient at breaking down the drug or the body's tissues become less sensitive to it; increased tolerance creates a need for a higher dose of the drug in order to have the same effects
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Tolerance

Dimensional allowance made for the inability of men and machines to fabricate a product of exact dimensions. The specified allowance in variation from a specified size, location, or placement.
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Tolerance

Dimensional allowance made for the inability of men and machines to fabricate a product of exact dimensions.
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Tolerance

Dimensions within a given range of preset standards.
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Tolerance

Diminished or absent capacity to make a specific response to an antigen, usually produced as a result of contact with that antigen under nonimmunizing conditions.
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tolerance

For resistance of the vine against various pests and diseases see below resistance and PIWI,
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Tolerance

In Photoshop tolerance describes a certain distance between adjacent pixels. Tolerance is used with the Wand Tool for making selections and the Paint Bucket Tool for painting. The tolerance values can be adjusted for these tools. For example, when the Wand Tool is set to a tolerance of one, only a small selection will be created because...
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Tolerance

In Photoshop tolerance describes a certain distance between adjacent pixels. Tolerance is used with the Wand Tool for making selections and the Paint Bucket Tool for painting. The tolerance values can be adjusted for these tools. For example, when the Wand Tool is set to a tolerance of one, only a small selection will be created because the distanc...
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Tolerance

Limits that determine how far a sample can deviate from a standard. Tolerances can be set for any color scale or index parameter.
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