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no·dal

(nō'dăl),
Relating to any node.
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nodal

(nōd′l)
adj.
Of, relating to, resembling, being, or situated near or at a node.

nod′al·ly adv.
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no·dal

(nō'dăl)
Relating to any node.
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The empirical evidence came from the policy instruments of nodality, authority, treasury and organization, thus complementing the information gathered through interviews, speeches and press assessments reflecting the different stakeholders' positions regarding the policy innovation.
The site's nodality is constituted at the emerging city-region scale, a realm that articulates (and is articulated by) broader mobilities.
Jose-Carlos Gutierrez-Ramos, senior vice president, BioTherapeutics R&D at Pfizer, said, "Our partnership with Nodality exemplifies Pfizer's commitment to Precision Medicine by providing us with earlier insight into a compound's potential clinical profile, which can help reduce attrition rates, accelerate development and improve patient targeting.
online nodality, however, is arriving out in meta-national cyberspace, particularly for the relatively mobile, informational, rich.
The criminal father struck Joyce as having - pace nodality? - more narrative possibilities than Tristan.
Speed contingencies, number of stimulus presentations, and the nodality effect in equivalence class information.
Information ("nodality") is one of the four essential tools of government (Hood 1983).
He previously served as CTO and CIO at Nodality, CSO at Signature BioScience, Research Staff Member at IBM, as well as scientific, quality systems, and leadership roles at other biotechnology companies.
He also served as a venture partner at New Enterprise Associates (NEA), and as President and CEO of Nodality. He has previously led oncology clinical development activities at Novartis, Amgen and Biogen Idec, and is a past Chairman of the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) Biologics Advisory Committee.
C1ass size, class number, and stimulus nodality all can affect the emergence of derived stimulus relations (e.g., Amtzen, 2012; Fields & Moss, 2007).
In the 1980s, Christopher Hood grouped the instruments into four broad groups under his NATO acronym: Nodality (the property of being at the centre of social and information networks), Authority (the legal power to command or prohibit), Treasure (the granting or taxing of moneys) and Organization (deployment of state resources) (Hood 1984).