gression

gres·sion

(gres'shŭn),
Displacement of a tooth backward.
[L. grador, pp. gressus, to walk, fr. gradus, a step]

gres·sion

(gres'shŭn)
Displacement of a tooth backward.
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Reanalyzing the univariate re gression in Figure 1 to include a 10-year lag yielded a similar slope, equal to an increase in physician supply of 0.
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2] value (23 [+ or -] 11 mm Hg), linear re gression analysis yielded a correlation coefficient of 0.
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Yet while there was evidence of trans- gressions, there was not enough proof to prosecute in any cases, with proceedings initiated against Brian Clough subsequently dropped on the grounds of his ill health.