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strat·i·fied

(strat'i-fīd),
Arranged in the form of layers or strata.

stratified

/strat·i·fied/ (strat´ĭ-fīd) formed or arranged in layers.

stratified

[strat′ifīd]
Etymology: L, stratum + facere, to make
arranged in layers.

strat·i·fied

(strat'i-fīd)
Arranged in the form of layers or strata.
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The auditor has leeway to stratify the population using either the absolute value or actual value; zero-amount items are stratified separately.
Singh and Kumar [19] envisaged a generalized exponential estimator for two auxiliary variables in stratified sampling following Singh et al [20].
The ventricular cavity is uniformily lined by ciliated pseudostratified columnar epithelium except the true vocal folds and the dorsal surface of the epiglottis which shows stratified squamous epithelium on them (Fig.
In this paper we will examine the linear internal gravity waves generated by u source in stratified medium.
REHVA [Skistad et al 2004] list suitable combinations of systems to provide a comfortable environment while maintaining the benefits of a stratified air distribution system.
It is desired to determine if a random or stratified sampling plan would best assist in designing a control system for this production process.
Limitations of the study were that not all patients received MRI imaging, patient follow-up was based on a medical record review, and missing data precluded calculation of a stratified ABC[D.
In stratified care, the physician first makes an assessment of how disabling the patient's condition is, then prescribes treatment based on the patient's need.
Our storage environment is becoming increasingly stratified with tiers of requirements for data availability, scalability, and different service level agreements.
Although a single gap former could supply the basis weight range needed on PM 6, the use of two gap formers and a stratified headbox produces better flexibility in furnish and reduced furnish costs.
They propose that this constitutes a stratified cellular response to oxidative stress, with the activation threshold for cellular injury requiring higher oxidative stress levels than those for cytoprotective responses.
Group, committee, or task force memberships are often determined by (a) soliciting volunteers; (b) seeking stratified members by categories such as departments, divisions, colleges, etc.