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bilateral

adjective bi-facial, dual, two-sided
Associated concepts: bilateral contract, bilateral option, bilattral record
See also: mutual, reciprocal
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Caption: Figure 1: Preoperative radiograph showing displaced condyle on the right side and obliteration of joint spaces bilaterally.
0g in bilaterally balanced occlusion while in lingualized occlusion, 1 patient (3.
A-B); the subarterial conus was bilaterally absent.
We have said from the beginning of this, in 2009, that we would be open if the Iranians wanted to, in the context of being together for the G5+1, to meet bilaterally with the Iranian side," she said at a regular news briefing.
We have a history of being able to work bilaterally and would want to maintain that.
The new finding that enlargement of the amygdalae is seen bilaterally in individuals with lax joints is consistent with the notion that joint hypermobility merely represents one readily observable feature of a broader multisystem phenotype, Dr.
The duration of MOU would be for ten years and it would be monitored bilaterally and the steps to be taken in future would be discussed in its annual progress report.
Summary: DUBAI -- Etisalat signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) agreement with HCL Technologies, a leading global IT services provider, to bilaterally cooperate and explore collaborative opportunities for offering innovative ICT services to customers.
The pain was restricted to the intraural area bilaterally and was rated on a Numeric Rating Scale as 6/10.
Lee is scheduled to depart for Bali, an Indonesian resort island, at around midnight Wednesday [8 December], where he will meet bilaterally with Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and participate in the Bali Democracy Forum.
The next three received ten injections each, bilaterally in the lumbar region.