Cycle, and in some cases cyclic, may refer to:
- See also List of cycles
Other articles related to "cycle, cycles":
... Generally, it is 10 to 15% per menstrual cycle using ICI, and and 15–20% per cycle for IUI ... In IUI, about 60 to 70% have achieved pregnancy after 6 cycles ... the total motile sperm count (TMSC), used in a cycle ...
... and pelvic pain that occurs roughly midway through a woman's menstrual cycle ... In some cases it can last up to the following cycle ... ovulation occurs on a random ovary each cycle, the pain may switch sides or stay on the same side from one cycle to another ...
... Annual cycle refers to the set of changes or events that uniformly, or consistently, take place at the same time of year ... In biology, the annual cycle for plants and animals details behaviorial and chemical changes that take place as the seasons advance ... In religion, the annual cycle refers to the various celebrations or memorials that occur in the same sequence from year to year ...
... According to DeVos, Nesetril, and Raspaud, "A cycle of a graph G is a set C E(G) so that every vertex of the graph (V(G),C) has even degree ... we define a map φ E(G) —> E(H) to be cycle-continuous if the pre-image of every cycle of H is a cycle of G ... conjecture of Jaeger asserts that every bridgeless graph has a cycle-continuous mapping to the Petersen graph ...
... Provide contra-flow cycle lanes on one-way streets ... Junction alterations, signalise roundabouts, cycle-friendly junction design ... of the carriageway -such as by marking wide curb lanes or shared bus/cycle lanes ...
Famous quotes containing the word cycle:
“Only mediocrities progress. An artist revolves in a cycle of masterpieces, the first of which is no less perfect than the last.”
—Oscar Wilde (18541900)
“The cycle of the machine is now coming to an end. Man has learned much in the hard discipline and the shrewd, unflinching grasp of practical possibilities that the machine has provided in the last three centuries: but we can no more continue to live in the world of the machine than we could live successfully on the barren surface of the moon.”
—Lewis Mumford (18951990)
“The lifelong process of caregiving, is the ultimate link between caregivers of all ages. You and I are not just in a phase we will outgrow. This is lifebirth, death, and everything in between.... The care continuum is the cycle of life turning full circle in each of our lives. And what we learn when we spoon-feed our babies will echo in our ears as we feed our parents. The point is not to be done. The point is to be ready to do again.”
—Paula C. Lowe (20th century)