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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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1,2,4-triazole Na salt was concordantly predicted correctly as being corrosive to the eye (GHS Cat.
30) Additionally, split-sample measurements of LDL-C vs NMR LDL-P obtained from 2355 subjects with type 2 diabetes and LDL-C <100 mg/dl (<20th percentile value) showed only 25% of subjects had concordantly low LDL-P <1000 nmol/L (<20th percentile value).
Concordantly, one should stress that the Western states, especially those who are member of NATO and the European Union (EU), comprise the main axis that determines Turkey's national and international policies.
Concordantly, when tested in nude mice with xenografts of low CAR-expressing human glioma, it was found that there was complete remission in 90% of mice and they survived free of any cancer for four months31.
Almost concordantly they say Regular is inferior in quality to the Premium.
Concordantly, the aims of the study are the explanation and evaluation of the relationships among factors that affect the adoption of cloud computing services in Turkey.
Both miRanda and TargetScan concordantly were predicting 3-7.
Previous studies have demonstrated that hyperoxia-induced stress and oxidative damage lead to an increase in IL-6, and, concordantly, increased production of IL-6 has been documented in SLE patients [24, 25].
48 Concordance (a) Frequency Importance Physical activity Exercise 45% 45% Screen time 73% 45% Total mean score (b,c) 59% 45% Nutrition Treat foods 50% 40% Overeating 36% 20% Emotional eating 22% 30% Total mean score (b,c) 36% 30% (a) Concordance scores were calculated as the percentage of the sample (each youth-parent dyad) that responded concordantly to each question.
Earlier analyses of Mussel Watch data consistently showed that neighboring bays tended to vary concordantly both in parasite and pathology weighted prevalence and in the body burden of many contaminants (Kim & Powell 1998, Kim et al.
Concordantly, the authors are glad to find that their coded "normative preferences" are statistically significant.