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static

[stat′ik]
Etymology: Gk, statikos, causing to stand
without motion, at rest, in equilibrium. Compare dynamic.

static

(stăt′ĭk) [Gr. statikos, causing to stand]
At rest; in equilibrium; not in motion.

static

1. stable with opposing forces in balance.
2. minor electric disturbance.

static fetal cadaver
static reaction
reflexes which maintain a steady posture; they may be local, segmental or general.
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Although this study demonstrated better results with early intervention in terms of hospital stay and complications but the difference was not statically significant.
It has been found statically meaning full differences amongst the assertiveness levels of those doing orienteering sport according to rate of age.
We needed evaluate the statically determination of mechanism, because we want prevent the potential assembly difficulties caused by inaccurate manufacturing in assembling time (Kostal et al.
Pala, Irgil E (2003) has observed that there is statically considerable difference between male body fat percentage and female's.
we could see there isn't any statically deference between the highest level of the nitrogen with inoculation the seed by azospirillum and the lost level of nitrogen and the inculcation of the seeds Of curse the matter of organic amount of the soil and viability of the this bacteria plays important rolls by the way with the base of 46 percent ratio of nitrogen in urea chemical fertilizers and remaining N3A0 and N2A1 in one statically group at random of agronomic fertilizer (RAF) it indicated this bacteria almost fixing 27.
This makes the operator independent of statically programmed rules and inflexible rules as specified in quality manuals.
They found two things: the overall rate of head circumference growth was statically significantly greater for the autistic boys than the developmentally delayed boys during this three-year time frame, and the occiptofrontal circumference measurement was statistically significantly greater at 7-10 months of age for the autistic boys than for the norm.
Results revealed that the program was effective in developing students' oral communication skills as there were statically significant difference between the pre and post administration of the test.
Then the cultures were statically incubated in covered glass-bottomed petri dishes, which are appropriate for CSLM.
Regrettably, several aboriginal ritual dances, which could have provided greater visual interest, are statically presented.
We eased into Stage IV with a simple program to transfer activities that had been performed statically to the dynamic activity of running.
Management is complex, scaling is difficult, and clients are statically mapped to file resources so that changes to file servers directly impact users.