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congruence

functionally normal bone orientation within a normal joint
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If actual experience is crucial to tests of convergent validity, as has been asserted by Cummings, Brookshire, and Schulze (1986), McFadden (1994), and others, it is less likely that the open-ended and dichotomous-choice welfare estimates will be statistically congruous in this application than in the permit-holder sample.
exchange of points of view that would help reach a more congruous media
Antoniou said that damage to the nerves caused "necrosis of the digestive system, a serious pulmonary oedema and other problems congruous with quadriplegia.
As just one example, the views of medieval Dharmasastra commentators on the meaning and authority of smrti and acara as normative categories are at least as diverse as, though not exactly congruous with, those Prasad encountered among contemporary Sringeri Brahmins.
Still to Mow is Maxine Kumin's most recent evidence of a writing life perfectly congruous with the self-disciplined, keenly observant, and munificent mind and spirit that have informed and sustained it.
A congruous joint is less likely to have a progression of HV.
Given this quick differentiation of democratic and Aristotelian values, it appears as though the two would not be congruous.
This reflects Elsheimer's sympathy with the work of the great church historian Cardinal Baronius, who had recently done so much to bring history, archaeology and painting into a congruous relationship.
There is still a tremendous - I don't know if I want to say disconnect - but there is a moment in the market that is not congruous between leasing and between sales and the capital activity.
I also cannot subscribe to the opinion that, since civil liberties are granted to all religions, it does not constitute unjust discrimination for a state to support its established church by way of economic and social privileges which are not afforded to other systems of belief: As the author himself acknowledges, this position is not congruous with the United Nations Human Rights Committee's General Comment (par.
If, upon reflection, the transition you are preparing to make is congruous with your purpose in life--the reason you believe you are here--then you will feel adequately, and positively, prepared to go ahead.
This is altogether congruous with the historical view taken, which is that a period of relatively successful welfare capitalism carried the country through to the 1960s in comparative harmony, but that since then, and especially since 1976, the economy has failed to provide the basis on which governments could sustain the democratic hopes of 1945.