Example sentences for: imprecision

How can you use “imprecision” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The first and the last 15 nucleotides of the L1 itself are also included in the TSD search to allow for some L1 boundary imprecision.

  • Human beings are accustomed to a certain amount of imprecision in language: not only does each of use give a slightly different interpretation to the concepts represented by words like good, justice, and God, but our speech is peppered with expressions like I mean, Y' know , and I don't get you . But in the field of learning disabilities, itself a vague, catch-all term suggestive of many interpretations, the onomasiological problem reached such a state of confusion some years ago-- as described in Chapter Two of the subject book-- that in 1964 the U.S. government commissioned a task force devoted to the terminology alone.

  • Thus variation in labeling appears to be a more important source of imprecision in the measurements than cross-reactivity of antigen/antibody pairs or dilution errors, which would be expected to be consistent among all experiments using the same antigen mix.

  • This may result from imprecision in the assignment of the 5' breakpoint.

  • The degree of uncertainty in these estimates cannot be quantified because in most cases the source data do not provide it and there are reasons other than statistical imprecision that may also contribute.


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