mynegair, concordans, concordansiau, choncordans, choncordansiau, fynegair, fynegeiriau, goncordans, goncordansiau, nghoncordans, nghoncordansiau, mynegeiriau
Noun(1) a harmonious state of things in general and of their properties (as of colors and sounds(2) agreement of opinions(3) an index of all main words in a book along with their immediate contexts
(1) the concordance between the teams' research results(2) a concordance to the Bible(3) Simple but clinically important errors in concordance may occur with medicines in similar packaging.(4) In contrast, for those who developed the disease earlier than age 50, further data analysis disclosed there was greater genetic concordance in the MZ twins.(5) Certainly, in Mary we can assume a perfect concordance between spirit and flesh; but her response, and its fruit, was no less physical than spiritual.(6) With an overall concordance between the two measures of 91%, this work represented an early effort to optimize efficiency by choosing screening questions using a statistical algorithm.(7) Systematic investigations assessing the concordance of survey and social indicator data in estimating the prevalence of substance abuse are warranted.(8) Alcotez began speaking, and the smoky pictures moved in concordance with his words.(9) As well, here is Pride and Predudice divided into volumes which are small enough to concordance completely:(10) We have seen that the French School attempts to answer this question by appeal to the emergence of a concordance of actors' beliefs about prices that is somehow imbued with an exteriority that projects it beyond the play of mere beliefs.(11) While each method has potential methodological caveats, the concordance of the results using the different methods lends promise to the conclusions reached.(12) The concordance between the earlier physiological study and present morphometric investigation is reassuring, given the number of assumptions of the latter.(13) The above concordance is presented for research purposes only.(14) Values for the three unknown rate constants of the model are chosen such that a satisfactory concordance is achieved between simulated and observed psi and phi signals.(15) The concordance provides a comparative listing of rules made by the major American rule makers of the nineteenth and early-twentieth century.(16) This means that the reader can check a cross reference only by following a cumbersome and avoidable route through the accession number, by way of a concordance at the back of the book.
(1) in concordance with :: mewn cytundeb â
1. concord ::
2. harmony ::
Different Formsconcordance, concordances
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