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complementary

, complemental
1. forming a mathematical complement
2. Maths Logic (of a pair of sets, etc.) mutually exclusive and exhaustive, each being the complement of the other
3. (of genes) producing an effect in association with other genes

complementary

[‚käm·plə′men·trē]
(electronics)
Having pnp and npn or p- and n- channel semiconductor elements on or within the same integrated-circuit substrate or working together in the same functional amplifier state.
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Complementarily, and following Tanner and Whitehouse (1982), a maturation evaluation was made dividing swimmers in three stages: pre-pubertal swimmers (stage 1), pubertal swimmers (stages 2 and 3), and post-pubertal swimmers (stage 4 or higher).
Complementarily, Spearman's correlation coefficients between sexism and educational level were calculated, finding negative relations (p< .
Complementarily we used secondary data from existing literature.
Facilitating the development of local expertise in the management of services, promoting community participation in health care, and ensuring the coordination and complementarily institutional guidelines of the Province and municipalities.
It basically does not include such elements as acceptance, openness and complementarily.
1998), we specify that the inputs of the IPUs enter complementarily in the production function for Y(t).
The understanding of this relationship will go some way towards foregrounding the conditions and constraints that work complementarily to produce and be produced by the practice of teaching writing.
Jacobsen's central theme is that Rosenfield saw a relationship between the idea of Marxist dialectical materialism and the complementarily hypothesis in quantum physics, and that for him it was a reflection of a larger truth about the universe: that knowledge is relational rather than absolute, and that good intellectual, social, scientific, and human choices come from dialogue.
This work is an exegetical analysis of the text of the epistle itself He thinks The Epistle to the Hebrews is a product of preaching that conforms to the rules of Semitic rhetoric, including various genres of parallelism, synonymism, and antithesis and complementarily, all cast in a concentrically symmetrical schema.
There is nothing better than the prescriptions of openness, coexistence, and normalization in order to achieve the lost complementarily between two countries that have all the qualifications for the exchange of benefits and gains.
It could be assured the attainment of the objectives as well as the development of basic and specific competences according to the corresponding programmes of the subjects, either regardless or complementarily to the assessment of the teaching staff.
Moving from the more general Principle of Complementarily to a more detailed concept of Definiteness as a case study of the complementary approach, the author ends with a discussion of mubtada' (the initial position in especially nominal sentences) within a framework taken from Functional Grammar.