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pairing

A method that may be used in a clinical study in which subjects are selected so that two with similar characteristics—e.g., weight, smoking habits, etc.—are assigned to a set, with one receiving Treatment A and the other Treatment B.
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In particular, the crystal geometry requires that the electron pairing be either s-wave or d-wave.
Other groups have focused on detecting the changes in phase of the electron pair motion that should occur with d-wave pairing.
No single answer automatically emerges to pin down what causes the pairing.
Since we've implemented the Pairing Optimizer, we've seen tremendous improvement in our ability to manage our crew resources," said George Webster, Director of Systems Operations Control for Frontier Airlines.
The IBM results may shed light on the particular type of pairing that occurs between two electrons in a high-temperature superconductor.
To give you a hand, MacDonald offers the following guidelines to help ensure optimal flavor in pairing beer with food:
Babies usually looked much longer at the pairings that had appeared in the scenes.
Box: (1) City Section Girls' Volleyball Pairings (see text)
Explicit recall of object pairs tended to go along with accurate memories of having watched or performed object pairings.