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So, not spurious precision, but clinical intuition.
Since there is substantial variation across states in several of these factors, controlling for them is important to be sure that the relationships depicted in Figures 1 and 2 are not spurious, as well as to make sure that these factors are not camouflaging even stronger relationships than those depicted in the figures.
They will not charge you, but your reasons for a revaluation have to be valid reasons, not spurious.
The actual values detected in the repeated analysis were not provided in the article, precluding readers from independently concluding that the result was likely not spurious.
Any vendor wants evidence of financial substance, not spurious paper talk.
It is economics that should determine the future of incineration and not spurious stories about "poisoning".
That connection is not spurious, even if Saddam Hussein was not a collaborator of al Qaida: Clearly Iraq is now a prime battlefield for Islamic extremists, and success or failure there will do much to determine the outcome of the larger struggle against them.
Cardiac patients are dying on these waiting lists and we demand accuracy from our government, not spurious election pledges.
The information will now need to be checked very carefully to make sure it is not spurious, but we expect it to generate hundreds of thousands of pounds of tax which has slipped through the net.
Business should fulfil real needs, not spurious needs created for sheer profit.
These carboxyhemoglobin data suggest that the study's links between combustion pollutants and fetal death "were not spurious," says Richard A.
I will make them aware of the full facts, not spurious allegations.