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  1. trajectoriesnoun

    Plural form of trajectory.

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  1. Trajectories

    of Trajectory

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of trajectories in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of trajectories in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of trajectories in a Sentence

  1. Adrian Raftery:

    This addresses a somewhat different question, namely how much warming should we expect if fossil fuel emissions were to suddenly cease, in contrast, our study tries to assess how much warming we should expect given realistic future trajectories of emissions. Thus the other study provides a lower bound on expected emissions and warming, and this is indeed lower than the likely range we find, as we would expect.

  2. Jon Samet:

    We are exceeding too quickly these trajectories as the epidemic propagates, the curve is going up steeply, perhaps even more steeply than we estimated earlier in the week.

  3. Michel Milinkovitch:

    Elephants have sort of a toolkit of simple movements, and they can combine these simple movements to complex trajectories, they can adapt to the object you give them.

  4. Ben Kacyra:

    We are discovering applications way beyond what we had anticipated, for example, the Highway Patrol wants to use it in accident reconstruction on the road or in crime scene investigations. Where did the bullets go, trajectories and all that - this gives you the entire thing in minutes and then you can do all the analysis work.

  5. Taylor Fravel:

    Hypersonic glide vehicles…fly at lower trajectories and can maneuver in flight, which makes them hard to track and destroy.

Images & Illustrations of trajectories

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