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result

n. common lawyer lingo for outcome of a lawsuit.

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The overall layout is being altered in response to commercial pressure and this has resulted in some unhappy new features.
Other results of the paradigm shift were equally impressive and resulted in considerable cost-savings to the police department.
Additional threats to validity resulted from use of the .10 alpha level and three pairwise comparisons, which elevated the probability of Type 1 error, i.e., the possibility that the observed differences resulted from chance.
The performance of the alternative standard error estimate was superior to that of the estimate provided by the S-Plus gam function; at each level of concurvity, the test based on the S-Plus estimator resulted in a larger overall type I error.
We also observed that expression of Cp protein in mouse muscle resulted in apoptosis and inflammation of muscle cells.
Two experimental rotors (a castellated rotor/cap and a rectangular rotor) were initially run to establish degassing parameters that resulted in optimum bubble distribution and minimum vortexing.
This assumption has resulted in reliance on third person narrative, inclusion of statistical or mathematical notation, construction of quantitative tables or figures, and a very constrained use of descriptive prose.
Examples are the million square feet at 150 East 42nd Street, a/k/a Hiro Plaza (formerly the Mobil Building), which has been vacant since Mobil moved out of the building at least 8 years ago; 335 Madison Avenue, where downsizing at the Bank of America has resulted in over 300,000 square feet of availability which has been on the market for quite some time; 685 Third Avenue, where downsizing by American Home Products has resulted in over 350,000 square feet of availability which has remained on the market for quite sometime; and 866 Third Avenue, where over 300,000 square feet has been available for quite sometime as a result of the MacMillan Publishing downsizing.
She hypothesizes that this difference resulted from a mutation in one part of the embryo that caused it to split, creating two different "identical" twins.
Usable questionnaires were obtained from 273 of 360 caseload carrying counselors (a 76% response rate), however, the further match of counselor data with client closure data resulted in only 238 complete counselor profiles (66%).
Lisa Ehrichs provided invaluable assistance with computer input and the writing of programs that resulted in output for analysis.
In cultured human aortic endothelial cells, treatment with arsenite resulted in a concentration-dependent inhibition of endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS).