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pen·tad

(pen'tad),
1. A collection of five things in some way related.
2. In chemistry, a pentavalent element.
[G. pentas, the number 5]

pentad

[pen′tad]
1 a pentavalent chemical element.
2 a relationship among five things.

pen·tad

(pen'tad)
1. A collection of five things in some way related.
2. In chemistry, a pentavalent element.
[G. pentas, the number 5]

pentad

(pĕn′tăd) [Gr. pente, five]
1. A radical or element with a valence of five.
2. A group of five.
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0] is induced by the [PHI]-map of the standard pentad (g,[rho],U,U,B) (see [5, Theorem 2.
The pentad helps contextualize how the visuals in SSM and FH place blame on the environment or the individual.
Our analysis indicates, however, that not all developers elaborate on every element of the dramatistic pentad.
Fredal's book proceeds to analyze "rhetorical action" in Athens according to the pentad, and while Burke is mentioned four times in other contexts, his centrality to this definition is unacknowledged.
The pentad has been detained on the charges of fermenting and espousing a secessionist cause.
Classically TTP presents with a pentad of symptoms: thrombocytopenia, microangiopathic hemolytic anemia, fever, renal failure (RF) and neurological abnormalities.
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This latitude, moreover, theorized in Burke's concept of dramatism--the famous pentad of act, scene, agent, agency, and purpose--seems "an ambitious elaboration of the theatrum mundi conceit," and may have taken shape in Burke's thinking, Newstok provocatively suggests, as a result of his "enduring familiarity with Shakespeare;" indeed, Newstok contends that Shakespeare may have been "the core motivation" (xxv).
The pentad of subjects consists of Preliminary Items, Vocal Emission, Style, Introduction to Improvisation, and the Pedagogy of Improvisation.
Historically, TTP was defined by the "classic" pentad of severe thrombocytopenia, hemolytic anemia with numerous schistocytes, neurologic findings, renal damage, and fever.
In the era before effective treatment, TTP was characterized by a pentad of clinical features: thrombocytopenia, microangiopathic hemolytic anemia, neurologic and renal abnormalities, and fever; all of these clinical features may also be present in SLE patients.