Determine (1951–1972), was an American Thoroughbred race horse. In a racing career which lasted from 1953 through 1955, the California-trained colt ran forty-four times and won eighteen races. His best season was 1954 when he became the first gray horse to win the Kentucky Derby.
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... The first step in an assessment is to determine if mold is present ... If mold is growing and visible this helps determine the level of remediation that is necessary ... The investigation goals should be to locate indoor mold growth to determine how to correct the moisture problem and remove contamination safely and effectively ...
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... Each batch of fish is carefully tested to determine its nutritive composition, and each orca's weight, activity and health is carefully monitored to determine any special dietary ... Allometric principles and therapeutic drug monitoring are used to accurately determine the doses and avoid toxicity ...
... Pedigree of Determine (USA), gray stallion 1951 Sire Alibhai ch. 1938 Hyperion ch ...
... Specific missions for amphibious reconnaissance patrols included To determine characteristics of beaches available for landing, and report same to commander at sea ... To determine location, strength, and composition of troops in landing area ... To determine road net and be prepared to meet and guide elements of landing force ...
More definitions of "determine":
- (verb): Fix in scope; fix the boundaries of; the tree determines the border of the property.
- (verb): Fix conclusively or authoritatively.
- (verb): After a calculation, investigation, experiment, survey, or study.
Synonyms: find, find out, ascertain
Famous quotes containing the word determine:
“Actors work and slaveand it is the color of your hair that can determine your fate in the end.”
—Helen Hayes (19001993)
“As our disorderly, competitive technological society is piling up its victims and constantly developing new problems of maladjustment, we must use our scientific knowledge to determine the cause and prevention of suffering rather than putting all our emphasis on its alleviation ...”
—Agnes E. Meyer (18871970)
“True balance requires assigning realistic performance expectations to each of our roles. True balance requires us to acknowledge that our performance in some areas is more important than in others. True balance demands that we determine what accomplishments give us honest satisfaction as well as what failures cause us intolerable grief.”
—Melinda M. Marshall (20th century)