aberrancy


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aberrancy

/ab·er·ran·cy/ (ab-er´an-se) aberration (3).

aberrancy

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Finally, when looking at Taafe Fanga, the woman who is the catalyst for the griot's story commits no crime through her aberrancy other than choosing to sit where there is space in the room (which happens to be on the men's side) and proving to be stronger than the man who sought to hit her for not answering him.
The aberrancy, even rebelliousness contained in such writing would have spoken to a veteran condition that ran counter to public expectations.
The emergence of the gradual-hilly smooth surface is straightforwardly connected with the aberrancy of the substrate orientation and follows directly from the breakup of the substrate orientation, which makes worse the quality of the epilayer.
Taking into account the aberrancy of their interpretation of Western (and, for that matter, of their own pre- and postrevolutionary) art, one must assume that this very aberrancy is the greatest contribution of communal modernists to what we (zealously) call 'world culture.
And, the different ratios of men and women researchers in other fields would be the aberrancy.
15) The QRS during EAT should be the same as during sinus rhythm, unless there is aberrancy.
In addition, the balance of systemic and local pro-inflammatory cytokines to systemic and local anti-inflammatory cytokines is impaired to such an extent that, in genetically predisposed individuals, this aberrancy may lead to autoimmune diseases.
That may just be an aberrancy of this particular study.