Threshold

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SES-2 Enclosure Management - Thresholds
... Like SES, SES-2 establishes two types of thresholds for elements with limited sensing capability, like voltage, temperature, current etcetera critical and warning ... So for example in the case of temperature we may have High critical threshold 57c High warning threshold 50c Low warning threshold 7c Low critical threshold 0c When ...
Seizure Threshold
... A seizure threshold is the balance between excitatory and inhibitory forces in the brain which affects how susceptible one is to seizures ... conditions are vulnerable to sudden new seizures if the threshold is upset, and so must be especially careful and compliant with their therapeutic drug regimen, if ... ER, Ultracet) can lower the seizure threshold ...
Contracts Of Employment Act 1963 - Act's Provisions
... In its final form, the Act required a weekly hours threshold of 21 hours before an employee would fall within its protective sphere ... all women with domestic responsibilities." That threshold was carried into the Redundancy Payments Act 1965 and the Industrial Relations Act 1971 ... But for notice and terms of employment the threshold was gradually lowered and then abolished after it was found incompatible with the Equal Treatment ...
Threshold - Other Meanings
... Threshold (online game), a roleplaying enforced MUD Displaced threshold, an aviation term Election threshold, a concept in voting systems Poverty thresholds (United States Census Bureau ...
List Of Magic: The Gathering Keywords - Ability Words - Threshold
... This ability was originally written Threshold — ability ... a player has seven or more cards in the graveyard, his or her cards gain any threshold abilities they might have ... A player can't activate an ability tied to threshold unless he or she has seven or more cards in the graveyard ...

Famous quotes containing the word threshold:

    I am admonished in many ways that time is pushing me inexorably along. I am approaching the threshold of age; in 1977 I shall be 142. This is no time to be flitting about the earth. I must cease from the activities proper to youth and begin to take on the dignities and gravities and inertia proper to that season of honorable senility which is on its way.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    The poorest man may in his cottage bid defiance to all the forces of the Crown. It may be frail—its roof may shake—the wind may blow through it—the storm may enter—the rain may enter—but the King of England cannot enter!—all his forces dare not cross the threshold of the ruined tenement!
    William Pitt, The Elder, Lord Chatham (1708–1778)

    The free man is a warrior.—How is freedom measured among individuals, among peoples? According to the resistance that must be overcome, according to the trouble it takes to stay on top. The highest type of free man must be sought where the highest resistance is constantly overcome: five steps away from tyranny, close to the threshold of the danger of servitude.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)