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Example sentences for cascade
They dread nothing more than a cascade of generic copies and falling prices.
When the body senses damage to a blood vessel, it starts a biochemical chain reaction-called a cascade-to repair the injury.
Thus, it responds to the resulting cascade of communications failures by creating a series of audible alerts.
All this points to a possible conclusion: the grief cascade is genetically programmed.
The reaction center, as the receiving end of the cascade, adapts to absorb the lowest-energy available photons.
Waterfalls often cascade from the outlet of the upper valley into the drainage below.
But even amid this rigorous cascade of tradition, there is room for change.
The cascade continues until a large region of the brain is buzzing with heightened processing.
The result is that only cancer cells are vulnerable to the light-activated cascade.
The resulting cascade of electrons and holes is easy to detect, showing that light has struck.
We might need to cascade outputs to be of self interactive as secondary network.
Most aircraft accidents stem from an unfortunate cascade of events rather than from any single system malfunction.
Oxygen's job is to catch the electrons at the end of the cascade.
The effects cascade through interconnected brain regions involved in movement, with some areas becoming overactive.
Suddenly, there's a brief, violent cascade of errors and misjudgments.
Cascade of gas centrifuges used to produce enriched uranium.
These aren't neutrons and don't need to collide with nuclei to cause an ionizing radiation cascade in tissue.
Biologists define the series of top-down changes as a trophic cascade.
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Small sugar fragments can set off a signal cascade that increases inflammation and scar formation.
Physicians can already enhance the clotting process with drugs or materials that incorporate molecules in the clotting cascade.
The final product of the coagulation cascade is the blood clot.
Certain diseases, for reasons that aren't well understood, can set off the first few steps in the blood-clotting cascade.
The remedies being tested actually target the cascade of neurochemical events at the root of addicts' cravings.
Cascade impactors were deployed to sample the particulate matter.
Those heavier particles then decay into a cascade of lighter particles that are picked up by building-sized detectors.
There was a cascade, white and plummeting, beyond the cabin.
It's on runaway thermal cascade and there's no way it can be stopped without technology that doesn't exist yet.
Starts hesitantly, quickly erupts into a cascade of down-slurred dry trills.
They use sulfur in an oxidation cascade to produce energy to function.
Tossing her head back, she let flow an uncharacteristic cascade of laughter.
Anticoagulants that affect the clotting cascade are.
Joe repairs equipment in what's called the cascade-a six-hundred-mile complex of pipes which comprises the enrichment system.
Ideally, that protein would start a cascade of genetic instructions, which in turn would prompt a cell to dedifferentiate.
The body's first response is a surge of energy, the release of a cascade of neurotransmitters called catecholamines.
When the receptors grab a hormone, the neurons respond by pumping out proteins that trigger a cascade of reactions.
Until now it has been unclear exactly how this destructive cascade unfolds.