The two owls, the two tyrant-catchers (Pyrocephalus) and the dove, are also smaller than the analogous
but distinct species, to which they are most nearly related; on the other hand, the gull is rather larger.
But how, it may be asked, can any analogous
principle apply in nature?
To use analogous
expressions, with which the astronomers' language is enriched, if the projectile remains as a satellite of the moon, we must say that it is in its "aposelene" at its farthest point, and in its "periselene" at its nearest.
A+/T-/N- is analogous
to NIA-AA preclinical AD stage 1 and IWG asymptomatic at risk for AD (if A+ is established by amyloid PET).
In this book, Andrea Ponsi gives readers a melding of academic and scientific researcher focused on the principle of analogous
design, using connections between disciplines to drive creativity.
As a result, examiners use the analogous
arts test as a rough gauge of obviousness during prosecution.
I swept analogous
color washes onto a damp sheet of paper, using a fat watercolor brush loaded with paint.
Fifty years ago something analogous
prevailed in literary studies: Goethe, Schiller, Novalis, through Rilke, Kafka, and Thomas Mann, re-stabilizing after WW2 in Boll, Celan, and the exciting young modernist Gunter Grass.
Trichotillomania in children is regularly described as analogous
to a habit disorder.
232 thousand tourists from Uzbekistan visited Kyrgyzstan in first half of 2009, which is 32 thousand or 16% greater than in analogous
period of 2008.
c, or a monoclonal antibody capable of inhibiting the cytokines binding to a receptor analogous
At an EU-Russia summit in Portugal, Mr Putin said "relations were developing in an analogous
situation in the middle of the 1960s".