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con·cor·dant

(kon-kōr'dant),
Denoting or exhibiting concordance.

con·cor·dant

(kŏn-kōr'dănt)
Denoting or exhibiting concordance.
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Women with ER/PR positive were less likely to be concordant for hormonal therapy (OR = 0.
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Hypothesis One: Individuals in friendship pairs that are concordant in their drug-using behavior will perceive a higher quality friendship than individuals in friendships discordant in drug use.
It has occurred to me that some edifying article on how unnecessary consumer products act as a social mechanism - allowing people to recognise concordant individuals through a display of comparable merchandise, employing statussymbolism to judge IT'S BE AT THIS OF YEAR THE FAT LITTLE AND NIPPER BOUNCING ,,,, socioeconomic AROUND; HAVING WARM(HOUSE, DOING ONE status and social class, and that relationships with a brand are a surrogate for healthy human relationships lacking in societies - might be all a touch bellicose for some at Christmas.
Janie Tremlett: Concordant, as a company, focuses on the EHR and on ambulatory and clinical information systems; and I head up strategic consulting.
Finally, Hugh Ross, founder of Reasons to Believe, began his concordant approach (PSCF 59, no.
The survey data allowed the investigators to estimate how many of those with depression were receiving adequate therapy, that is, therapy concordant with published treatment guidelines.
AaAa The quality of the relations between the two countries and their concordant views on issues of common interest at the bilateral, Arab, Maghreb and international levels were also highlighted at the meeting, he said.
Although the mass has relatively homogeneous structure some parts of mass has increased echogenicity, some parts of mass has echolucent area, which were concordant with calcification and hemorrhage, respectively.
Results: The phenotypic identification was concordant with genotypic identification in 33 (70.
The exposition of these thinkers is not a detailed analysis of their respective philosophies but, rather, an overview that eventually arrives at the same two points for each thinker: the acknowledgement that the true nature of God transcends human comprehension, and the concordant turn to an analysis of human experience of the divine.