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In the case that there was a nonagreement, the authors discussed which category was appropriate and allocated accordingly.
In comparison study, Passing-Bablok analysis revealed nonagreement between the 3 evaluated methods and IRM in patients overall and at the normal platelet level.
The most common reasons for diagnostic nonagreement were incorrect diagnosis by the on-site physician (who was a junior physician) and insufficient history taken,
The most common reasons for diagnostic nonagreement were incorrect diagnosis by the on site physician (who was a junior physician) and insufficient history taken.
But nonagreement on a single standard for good writing doesn't have to mean leaving children behind.
Other investigators reported both agreement and nonagreement in measurements of rabbit, rat, canine, bovine, porcine, ovine, feline, equine, turtle, and manatee (Trichechus manatus latirostris) albumin concentrations.
When looking at the interstate-ethnic crises occuring between 1945 and 2004 it is noteworthy that most of the cases, 64%, terminated in nonagreement outcomes.
Multilateral bargains are less attractive: the costs of nonagreement are lower for the United States than for other states, giving its government both greater bargaining leverage and enabling it to forego agreements while suffering fewer costs.
TABLE 3 Selected Demographic Characteristics of Participants, by Agreement or Nonagreement of Questionnaire and Diary with Respect to Seafood Consumption Levels [X.
When scales are used to indicate the strength of the link, as in the present study, it is not possible to use agreement or nonagreement because the participant's choice is no longer binary, so an item average criterion is needed.
The ministers' final declaration essentially lays out a road map for a free-trade nonagreement.
The last column is the fraction of the total possible prize lost to nonagreement, which is equivalent to the "dispute rate" discussed in the Roth (1995) survey.