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1878 The Gospel according to Saint John In Anglo-Saxon and Northumbrian versions synoptically arranges, with collations exhibiting all the readings in all the MSS.
For synoptically using is define function and interval computation sign and every classical algebraic of arithmetic are with interval.
Exposures of each shellfish species to each harmful alga, the Rhodomonas control, and the mix of the two, were done synoptically, selecting shellfish haphazardly from the same population acclimated together.
The "continuous manuscript" text is displayed synoptically by a diacritical system of notation that analyzes its layers of growth.
In order for each participant to construct an unbiased model of the overall communicative situation, both local and remote locations need to be perceptible synoptically and synacoustically.
26) The present absorbs the past and uses it in order to birth the future, so that all three time-referents may be said, when viewed synoptically, to function simultaneously.
Here everything is bettered in some respect by something else, so that to all appearances it would result that nothing is synoptically and comprehensively all-in best.
Inputs that convey non-point source discharge were sampled synoptically during each of the two sampling events.
24) But when the plays are viewed synoptically, Jesus's tears emerge as a source of tension.
Synoptically, Baffin Bay and the Beaufort Sea ice conditions respond to very different oceanic and atmospheric forcing.
1085, 1089 (1999) ("Despite protestations synoptically described by the oft-repeated phrase 'you can't legislate morals,' everyone knows that Congress and legislatures do it every day.