comparative method

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comparative method

the analytic method to which the test method is compared in the comparison-of-methods experiment. This term implies nothing about the quality of the comparative method.
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But what compensates me for him is that I have a "Mutairi" reader who is among the smartest, funniest and best educated readers with whom I have regular correspondence.
Much like the hidden work of our profession to the public it is probably not until you are elected on to Council, attend meetings and deal with the regular correspondence that the full extent of Council's involvement in serving our members and profession is realised.
We are receiving regular correspondence regarding Kevetrin(TM) since the p53 breakthrough was announced a few weeks ago and this gives us an opportunity to communicate the data on a personal level with many of the premier oncology researchers from the world's leading companies.
A spokesman for the Federation of Small Businesses said: "E-mail has, more and more, taken over the regular correspondence undertaken by businesses.
For our part, we immediately notified all our own customers through our regular correspondence channels as well and through our website - but we need to constantly remind both our customers and all banking customers in Bahrain to remain vigilant at all times, " he concluded.
For many of our customers, our regular correspondence, particularly statements, may be the only routine interaction they ever have with the bank.
The coach receives regular correspondence from troops overseas, and he asked his players and coaches to each return one of the messages on Veteran's Day.
As well as gaining an insight into Collingwood's Naval career, which lasted an incredible 48 years, we hope to delve into his regular correspondence with family and friends in the North East for the dry wit with which he kept them amused," added Mr Whitehead.
She maintained regular correspondence with friends and relatives across the country up until her death.
He kept up a regular correspondence with Miss Booth and in 1924 he proposed and she accepted.
I have been in regular correspondence with Liverpool FC for some time now and fully sympathise with the club's feelings as to the importance of respecting the date of April 15 for those who lost their lives at Hillsborough.
THE link between Sunderland past and present has been maintained by regular correspondence between two sons of Cork.