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These thresholds are often derived by dichotomizing a continuous or graded apical response.
Main veins fan outward from the central axis, somewhat sinuous in course, occasionally dichotomizing and anastomosing, craspedodromous, abutting to join fimbrial vein.
Venation is simple, subparallel and widely spaced, with about 6-10 unbranched or rarely branched veins radiating from the fusiform central body into each semicircular wing, arching slightly upward; these veins craspedodomous, abutting the well developed fimbrial vein, without cross-veins, or anatomosing; only rarely dichotomizing.
As for the former claim it is indubitable that hsin was central, both as object of philosophical explanation and of personal moral cultivation, and that twentieth-century textbooks, by apparently dichotomizing the relation between hsin and li, have thereby misled readers who looked no further, but deBary seems to be pushing the pendulum of interpretation too far.
That this analysis was not statistically significant, while the analysis of the AGI as continuous variable was, is not surprising; dichotomizing a continuous variable results in a loss of power, and thus a larger sample size is needed to achieve a similar level of statistical significance (Ragland 2002).
Telomes are the terminal portions of a dichotomizing branch system.
The choice of cutpoints for dichotomizing the gold standard is critical, but the choice is often quite arbitrary.
Dichotomizing faith sets boundaries in religion, but reason carries us over them to deeper knowledge of God.
The Court's dichotomizing move might be explained by Abdul R.
But in his efforts to uncover the "dynamic unity" of late medieval Christianity and to resist dichotomizing and sensationalizing, he is overly scrupulous.
In her dichotomizing of narrative and non-narrative reading, she overlooks the function of experience as an element in the creation of a narrative and a lens through which it is read.
I will not be concerned with what is, for rhetoricians at least, the most familiar immediately pre-Cartesian "method," the dichotomizing dialectic of Peter Ramus and its anticipations in such earlier writers as Rudolf Agricola and Jacques Lefevre d'Etaples.