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level

(Balance), noun aligned, equal, equal on a plane, even, exact, in the same plane, matched, of the same height, same, standard, straight, uniform

level

(Grade), noun advanced status, class, freshman, graduate, junior, program, senior, seniority, sophomore, status, underclassman, undergraduate, year, year of graduation, year of studies

level

(Plane), noun bank, deep slope, distance uppard, easy slope, elevation, equal, exact, flat, flat surface, flattened, flush, grade, gradient, inclination, incline, inclined plane, on a line, parallel, pitch, slope, steep slope
See also: adjust, balance, coequal, commensurable, destroy, efface, extirpate, obliterate, pillage, regulate, subvert
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But it found levels of 4-Mel that are 4 to 8 times higher than California safety levels in all 10 Pepsi products purchased outside California, according to the Center for Environmental Health.
The multicenter, randomized, double-blind trial found levels of a blood-borne proxy of insulin production was maintained -- and in some cases increased -- over the course of the 12-week dosing regimen.
Inspectors found levels of violence were not high but when violent incidents happened they could be extreme.
Gmitter said chemical analysis of the hybrid grapefruit, known for now as UF914, found levels of furanocoumarins at a small fraction of the level in standard grapefruit.
Samples taken from Cwmcarn High School in Caerphilly found levels of asbestos below the "limit of quantification" and similar to those found in background levels in the atmosphere.
The study examined urinary BPA levels in 591 patients with minimal, intermediate and advanced coronary artery disease, as determined by angiography, and found levels to be significantly higher in those with severe disease, and almost significantly higher in those with intermediate disease, when compared with patients with no disease.
A major international study has found levels of the illness have soared in almost every region of the world, or at best remained unchanged.
A recent study looked at the noise level in pediatric intensive care units (PICU) and found levels that exceed the recommended safe level of 80 decibels.
women and found levels of fire retardant (found in hundreds of products, from televisions to cars) 75 times higher than in that of European women.
But in a new study, researchers found levels of the epidermal growth-factor receptor (EGFR) were already high up to 17 months before women were diagnosed with breast cancer.
Ohlsson from the University of Gothenburg presented some very important data that found levels of DHEA and DHEA-s in older men strongly predicted death by cardiovascular disease (CVD).
Researchers found levels of inflammatory marker Interleukin-6 , which is related to coronary heart disease, were significantly lower in women who reported sleeping less than the recommended amount.