comparative study

comparative study

A clinical trial in which the investigative drug is compared against a placebo or another active drug.
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On the other hand, the tail-pieces, chiefly devoted to Garrick, prove what a wonderful natural variety there was in Garrick's soul, and are well worth comparative study.
Expression Of Interest for East Asia and Pacific (EAP) Comparative Study of the Legal and Institutional Frameworks for Dam Safety and Disaster Resilience
Mexico's Evolving Democracy: A Comparative Study of the 2012 Elections
an international comparative study of plural policing.
Summary: DUBAI - Nearly double the number of patients with diabetes visit the outpatient section in Abu Dhabi as compared to patients in the United States, according to a comparative study carried out by Health Authority of Abu Dhabi (HAAD).
Taking the classifications of Teighem and Guyard as her starting point, Ptaszczewska discusses areas such as the comparative study of literary history, the legacy of the ancient world, thematology, genealogy, imagology, the history of ideas, multiculturalism, correspondences between art forms, translation, and Italianism.
The European Commission published, on 12 December, the results of a comparative study on the rules and norms of professional ethics applied to senior civil servants.
In Sex and Manners, Cas Wouters presents part of a larger comparative study of change in twentieth-century manners books in the United States, Great Britain, the Netherlands and Germany.
By bringing these diverse perspectives together in one volume, Kennett has made major contribution to the comparative study of social policy.
Gender, Sexuality and the Criminal Laws in the Middle East and North Africa: A Comparative Study Sherifa Zuhur, 2005
A comparative study of virulences, plaque morphologies and antigenic characteristics of Venezuelan encephalitis virus strains.

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