Definitions for "Trends"
Trends is a series of scientific journals owned by Elsevier that publish review articles in a range of areas of biology.
Trends is a science fiction short story by Isaac Asimov. It was first published in the July 1939 issue of Astounding Science Fiction and was reprinted in The Early Asimov (1972). "Trends" was the tenth story written by Asimov, the third to be published, and the first to appear in Astounding, then the leading science fiction magazine.
This term refers to the changes in temperature, relative humidity, wind speed, and fuel moisture between one day and the next. The trends delineated in the daily narrative forecasts are area wide averages for the extreme part of the day. These should not be confused with NFDRS trends for a particular zone at a particular time of the day (1300 LST).
Continuing patterned event leading/pointing to a future. Utopian - any visionary scheme or system for a ideally perfect society. ()
Using the past to predict the future focusing in on only one team.
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A general direction and tendency.
numerical information that shows the direction and rate of change for schools' results. They provide a time sequence of organizational performance. A minimum of three data points generally is needed to begin to ascertain a trend.
Trends identify similarities over time. For example, observations of climatic data, such as precipitation and temperature, are used to determine changes in our climate. Any general directions and tendencies in these data over the long-term are referred to as trends.
Keywords:  nutritious, foods, buying
We are buying more nutritious foods
Show the fluctuations of crime from year to year and provide an added perspective to study crime.
Keywords:  preference, style, current
A current style or preference.