de-escalate

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v de-escalate reduce the level or intensity or size or scope of "de-escalate a crisis"
    • v de-escalate diminish in size, scope, or intensity "The war of words between them de-escalated with time"
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Usage

In literature:

Don Joseph de Escals sent from Sonsonate 350 pesos, which he got by selling 56 horses given by the citizens.
"History of the Spanish Conquest of Yucatan and of the Itzas" by Philip Ainsworth Means
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In news:

Urges Turkey, Egypt, others to encourage Hamas to de-escalate .
Physical Self-Defense Training partnered with Reflective activities around topics of Conflict Resolution and De-escalation, setting boundaries, and other topics.
Anyone who tells you the war in Afghanistan is de-escalating is wrong.
Your number one option for personal security is a lifelong commitment to avoidance, deterrence and de-escalation.
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In science:

Consequently, decision making for dose escalation or de-escalation is difficult in drug-combination trials due to the unknown toxicity order.
Bayesian phase I/II adaptively randomized oncology trials with combined drugs
Let ce , cd , ca and cf be the fixed probability cutoffs for dose escalation, de-escalation, dose admissibility and trial futility, the values of which are usually calibrated through simulation studies such that the trial has desirable operating characteristics.
Bayesian phase I/II adaptively randomized oncology trials with combined drugs
We used ce = 0.8 and cd = 0.45 to direct dose escalation and de-escalation, and ca = 0.45 to define the set of admissible doses in phase I.
Bayesian phase I/II adaptively randomized oncology trials with combined drugs
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