Dictionary relative dating
slang), observe, recognize, distinguish, glimpse, check out (informal), make out, heed, discern, behold, eyeball (slang), catch a glimpse of, catch sight of, espy, get a load of (slang), descry, take a dekko at (Brit.slang), lay or clap eyes on (informal) the last of them, over the black marshes, with the torchlight shining on their faces - I am particular about that; with the torchlight shining on their faces, when there was an outer ring of dark night all about us?For example, when rolling a six-sided die, the probability of rolling a particular side is 1 in 6, or A number between zero and one that shows how likely a certain event is.Usually, probability is expressed as a ratio: the number of experimental results that would produce the event divided by the number of experimental results considered possible.
Specific allocations (e.g., air sorties, nuclear weapons, forces, and transportation) are described as allocation of air sorties, nuclear weapons, etc.
See also allocation (air); allocation (nuclear); allocation (transportation); apportionment.earmarked Set aside for a particular purpose; allocated for use in specified ways; marked so as to be recognized.
This expression, dating from the 1500s, alludes to the practice of marking the ears of cattle and sheep to show ownership.
Descartes) it is by standing upon the shoulders of Giants" (Isaac Newton).
Behold implies gazing at or looking intently upon what is seen: "My heart leaps up when I behold / A rainbow in the sky" (William Wordsworth).