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Nursing Spectrum         
The Nursing Spectrum is "a group of biweekly periodicals" that, in 1994, was acquired by Gannett. Both Gannett and the magazines continued, albeit with more than one parent corporation renaming.
Spectrum (functional analysis)         
TERM USED IN FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS
Approximate eigenvalue; Operator spectrum; Spectrum of an operator; Compression spectrum; Spectral representation; Point spectrum; Continuous spectrum (functional analysis)
In mathematics, particularly in functional analysis, the spectrum of a bounded linear operator (or, more generally, an unbounded linear operator) is a generalisation of the set of eigenvalues of a matrix. Specifically, a complex number λ is said to be in the spectrum of a bounded linear operator T if T-\lambda I is not invertible, where I is the identity operator.
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CONTINUOUS RANGE OF VALUES, SUCH AS WAVELENGTHS IN PHYSICS
Energy spectrum; Spectracular; Energy spectra; Spectroscopic observations; Spectral density (physical science); Spectrum of disease; Spectrum (physics)
(spectra, or spectrums)
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The spectrum is the range of different colours which is produced when light passes through a glass prism or through a drop of water. A rainbow shows the colours in the spectrum.
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A spectrum is a range of a particular type of thing.
Politicians across the political spectrum have denounced the act...
The term 'special needs' covers a wide spectrum of problems.
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A spectrum is a range of light waves or radio waves within particular frequencies.
Vast amounts of energy, from X-rays right through the spectrum down to radio waves, are escaping into space...
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