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regress

verb backslide, fall again into, fall back, fall behind, go back, move backward, pass back, recede, relapse, retrocede, retrograde, retrogress, return, reverse, revert, turn back
See also: decline, deteriorate, escheat, recidivate, relapse, reversion, revert

REGRESS. Returning; going back opposed to ingress. (q.v.)

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Tumoral or nodular melanosis is a rare manifestation of fully regressed melanoma and, unless proven otherwise, is managed as such, even though no residual melanoma cells are identified in the lesion.
There were, however, marginally significant differences in the association among those with and without chronic bronchitis in the two models that regressed the SDNN index (no lag) on vanadium and copper.
Utilizing developmental theory and adaptive equipment with regressed geriatric patients in therapeutic recreation.
When average charges and average length of stay are regressed on admission severity, the reduction in variance ([r.
Results from one-year follow up study demonstrated that one out of five women developed cervical disease that required treatment (CIN3+) if they were positive by the test and women with disease by biopsy and regressed were 85% OncoE6 negative.
In fact, we've been watching it so often here at TV Times Past towers that some of us have regressed to the point where we've abandoned the idea of bringing out any papers next week and have instead taken to sitting under our desks eating cheese and pineapple chunks on sticks, drinking Cresta pop and furiously stroking a Gonk.
Summary: BEIRUT: The World Bank's annual World Governance Indicators for 2009 show that Lebanon's rankings improved on four out of six governance indicators included in the survey and regressed in the two others, while its score improved in five indicators and regressed in just one.
On the contrary, in the past few years, it has regressed and it has disappointed everyone who trusted this leader, says Hoxha.
About 40% of the lesions present at baseline had regressed by month 11, and nearly 200 of the lesions that were present at baseline regressed and then recurred, he said.