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comparison

noun alikeness, analogical procedure, analogy, association, balance, comparatio, comparative essimate, contrast, correlation, equation, nearness, parallel, rapprochement, relative estimate, relative estimation, resemblance
Associated concepts: comparison of negligence of opposing parties
See also: analogy, collation, correlate, identification, parity, propinquity, proportion, standard
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Ptaszczewska's treatment has undertones of philosophical and existential anthropology and she refers to the work of Carre and Hazard, stressing the need to extend the scope of comparative studies to cultural, political and sociological issues, thus fully addressing the question of multiculturalism.
No comparative studies have been done to test THC against available FDA-approved therapies for spasticity.
The original idea was to develop clusters of similar patients for comparative studies.
The TL120 can be supplied with the DM database, which allows extensive data mining and comparative studies.
Cezanne/Pissarro, Johns/Rauschenberg; comparative studies on intersubjectivity in modern art.
Editorial includes information on crime, analyses of quantitative data, comparative studies, evaluations of interventions and discussions of criminal justice institutions.
The chapters in this section include a comprehensive reference on general considerations, antimicrobial aspects, treatment models, clinical and comparative studies, and suggested treatment regimens for a host of infections.
With the rising number of publicly available sequences and completely sequenced genomes, comparative studies are proving to be essential for elucidating biological systems (Koonin et al.
Although the volume favors France and Germany in comparative analysis, it is the first collection to provide a continental-wide tableau of the Revolutions of 1848 and as such it is a remarkable resource that surely will stimulate further comparative studies and scholarly debate.
Indeed, the notion of additive or consecutive construction begs for comparative studies with other art forms, as do the various stages from teaching and thinking about music composition to its graphic representation which Owens articulates.

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