That, at least, is what many economists across the spectrum say after studying the sketchy outlines.
Autism spectrum disorders have increased by 30 percent in just two years.
The first room my friend took me to was on the lower end of the spectrum with just a $200 buy-in.
The criticism is real and valid, but the sins exist on a spectrum between the technically critical and the theatrically hilarious.
At the other end of the spectrum are sitters whose modelling careers have, up until now perhaps, yet to make it off the ground.
They possessed the property of decomposing light, and in some cases showed all the colours of the spectrum very distinctly.
Now the colours of the spectrum are to the eye what the notes are to the ear.
The almandine produces characteristic bands in the green and the jargoon in the red, green and blue portion of the spectrum.
What is true of the red is true of every other ray of the spectrum, visible and invisible.
But the violet light of the spectrum and filtered violet sunlight are altogether different things.
1610s, "apparition, specter," from Latin spectrum "appearance, image, apparition," from specere "to look at, view" (see scope (n.1)). Meaning "band of colors formed from a beam of light" first recorded 1670s.
spectrum spec·trum (spěk'trəm)
n. pl. spec·trums or spec·tra (-trə)
The distribution of a characteristic of a physical system or phenomenon, especially the distribution of energy emitted by a radiant source arranged in order of wavelengths.
The color image presented when white light is resolved into its constituent colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet.
The plot of intensity as opposed to wavelength of light emitted or absorbed by a substance, usually characteristic of the substance and used in qualitative and quantitative analysis.
The distribution of atomic or subatomic particles in a system, as in a magnetically resolved molecular beam, arranged in order of masses.
The group of pathogenic organisms against which an antibiotic or other antibacterial agent is effective.
Plural spectra (spěk'trə) or spectrums