# Least+quantity

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**least quantity**— index minimum Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …2

**Quantity**— • Interpretations of quantity as either a physical or theoretical abstraction Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Quantity Quantity …3

**Least I Could Do**— Author(s) Ryan Sohmer and Lar de Souza Website http://www.leasticoulddo.com Current status / schedule Monday through Sunday Launch date F …4

**Least squares inference in phylogeny**— generates a phylogenetic tree based on anobserved matrix of pairwise genetic distances andoptionally a weightmatrix. The goal is to find a tree which satisfies the distance constraints asbest as possible.Ordinary and weighted least squaresThe… …5

**least common multiple**— Multiple Mul ti*ple, n. (Math.) A quantity containing another quantity an integral number of times without a remainder. [1913 Webster] Note: A {common multiple} of two or more numbers contains each of them a number of times exactly; thus, 24 is a …6

**Least Count**— The Least Count of any measuring equipment is the smallest quantity that can be measured accurately using that instrument.Thus Least Count indicates the degree of accuracy of measurement that can be achieved by the measuring instrument.All… …7

**least**— /leest/, adj., a superl. of little with less or lesser as compar. 1. smallest in size, amount, degree, etc.; slightest: He gave the least amount of money of anyone. 2. lowest in consideration, position, or importance. n. 3. something that is… …8

**least**— /list / (say leest) adjective 1. little beyond all others in size, amount, degree, etc.: the dog had least energy. 2. smallest; slightest: the least distance to come. 3. lowest in consideration or dignity: the least among you. –pronoun 4. that… …9

**Quantity numbers**— ◊ GRAMMAR Quantities and amounts of things are often referred to using numbers. See entries at ↑ Numbers and fractions and ↑ Measurements. ◊ general determiners You can use general determiners such as some , any , all , every , and much to talk… …10

**quantity numbers**— ◊ GRAMMAR Quantities and amounts of things are often referred to using numbers. See entries at ↑ Numbers and fractions and ↑ Measurements. ◊ general determiners You can use general determiners such as some , any , all , every , and much to talk… …