# curve

91

**Curve (design magazine)**— This article is about the industrial design magazine. For other uses, see Curve (disambiguation). Curve Managing Editor Belinda Stening Categories Design magazines Frequency Quarterly Publisher Belinda Stening First issue 2002 …92

**Curve of spee**— In Anatomy, the Curve of Spee (called also von Spee s curve or Spee s curvature) is defined as the curvature of the mandibular occlusal plane beginning at the tip of the lower cuspid and following the buccal cusps of the posterior teeth,… …93

**Curve (tonality)**— Photo and curve dialog in the GIMP Photo and curve …94

**Curve of pursuit**— A curve of pursuit is a curve constructed by analogy to having a point or points which represents pursuers and pursuees, and the curve of pursuit is the curve traced by the pursuers. With the paths of the pursuer and pursuee parametrised in time …95

**curve fitting**— noun : the determination of a curve of assigned character (as an exponential curve) that approaches most closely or fits best a number of points in a plane * * * curve fitting, adj. Statistics. the determination of a curve that fits a specified… …96

**curve ball**— UK / US noun [countable] Word forms curve ball : singular curve ball plural curve balls in baseball, a throw that is difficult to hit because the ball moves in a curve …97

**curve of sines**— Sinusoid Si nus*oid, n. [Sinus + oid.] (Geom.) The curve whose ordinates are proportional to the sines of the abscissas, the equation of the curve being y = a sin x. It is also called the {curve of sines}. [1913 Webster] …98

**Curve 24 Brackel**— Der RRC Curve 24 Dortmund Brackel e.V. wurde im Jahre 1924 von Brackeler Radsportlern gegründet. Im Laufe der Jahre hat der Verein viele erfolgreiche Mitglieder in seinen Reihen gehabt. Die Erfolge reichen von deutschen Meisterschaften,… …99

**Curve Steepener Trade**— A strategy that uses derivatives to benefit from escalating yield differences that occur as a result of increases in the yield curve between two Treasury bonds of different maturities. This strategy can be effective in certain macroeconomic… …100

**Curve of pursuit**— Pursuit Pur*suit , n. [F. poursuite, fr. poursuivre. See {Pursue}, v. t.] 1. The act of following or going after; esp., a following with haste, either for sport or in hostility; chase; prosecution; as, the pursuit of game; the pursuit of an enemy …