group reaction

group re·ac·tion

a reaction with an agglutinin or other antibody that is common (though usually in varying concentrations) to an entire group of related bacteria, for example, the coli group.
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In a small country such as Cyprus, the slightest change in absolute numbers can significantly alter the fatality rate, however, the truth of the matter is that Cyprus has not made progress on the issue for some years now, says road safety awareness group REACTION.
The manipulation check indicated that what people perceived the group reaction to be was significantly different from what was expected, x(N = 181) = 24.34, p < .01 (refer to Table 1).
I think because it is a spontaneous activity, in the moment, and focused on the individuals and group reaction. I also know that but also because anyone can do it.
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This is the second group reaction of the diplomatic corps in Macedonia in less than a week.
But I can reveal that the biggest "No" so far has come from focus group reaction to a proposed poster campaign.
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The public relations counsel should understand that "the cause he represents must have some group reaction and tradition in common with the public he is trying to reach.
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