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paired

pertaining to data or animals that are matched as being very similar.

paired controls
see paired control.
paired data
values which fall normally into pairs and can therefore be expected to vary more between pairs than within pairs.
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The lone returner either paired with a newly banded bird or with an experienced bird.
Said differently, each storage controller within a distributed cluster provides storage volume (LUN) access without requiring that another paired or partner controller exist.
Art and poetry integrated into a single piece, art and poetry submitted as the paired works of one or more artists, and art or poetry submitted for pairing with another work will be considered for showing.
Because the ownership and operation functions are bundled under the paired structure through the pairing of the REIT and the non-REIT corporation, shareholders come as close as possible to actually owning real estate.
Our experience, as well as that in literature, suggests that paired donation can help a large number of patients on the waiting list who initially present with an incompatible donor," says Steven Katznelson, M.
Steaks, roast beef, and prime rib are better paired with the likes of the "new generation" American pale ales or a traditional Burton-style ale; both have heavy duty malt and cedar notes equivalent to the weight of a Cabernet.
The Worthington wrap dress paired with a wide belt and simple peep toe pump says chic and modern.
The memory of who paired objects survives, however, in those patients who experience a sense of familiarity upon encountering a pair of items again, although they can't explicitly remember having previously seen the duo.
Many researchers use the term "divorce" for paired birds that separate or fail to reunite during the next breeding opportunity.
Chicago prefers a "classic" look -- jeans paired with a crisp
Last year, Zhi-Xun Shen of Stanford University and his collaborators used this technique, known as photoemission spectroscopy, to determine the binding force between paired electrons in six high-temperature superconductors, including yttrium barium copper oxide.