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Secretary of Education Arne Duncan today recognized 335 schools as National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2015 based on their overall academic excellence or their progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups.
This subgroup is represented by a single subspecies: the Coues deer (pronounced "cows").
LCA was used to examine whether distinct and interpretable subgroups would emerge, with members of a subgroup having similar functional ability profiles and members of different subgroups having distinct profiles.
Although the Supreme Court has not been presented with a due process claim on behalf of a subgroup articulated as such, subgroups are not total strangers to the law.
A second subgroup, older patients greater than 65 years of age demonstrated a similar significant result.
3 subgroup in the eastern United States could be a recent or ancient event.
6] This increased risk is likely to be a chance finding, because there is no biologic basis for expecting a different outcome in this subgroup, as shown in cholesterol-lowering trials of women with prior disease.
Top 10 INNs in the DLO subgroup in Russia, by value, Q1-Q3 2012 81 16.
Subgroup discovery techniques [7, 20] are of interest to biomedical research, as they enable the discovery of patient subgroups from classified patient data, where the induced subgroup descriptions have the form of descriptive rules.
Subgroup I (Day 3 FSH/LH ratio <2) included 81 clients and subgroup II (Day 3 FSH/LH ratio [greater than or equal to] 2) had 31 clients.
8] A subgroup H of a group G is said to be an SS-quasinormal subgroup of G if there is a subgroup B such that G = HB and H permutes with every Sylow subgroup of B.
The reason for the prohibition is that the probability of a false positive result (the conclusion that a drug is efficacious when it really is not) is increased by such subgroup analysis.