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concordance

[kən′kȯrd·əns]
(genetics)
Similarity in appearance of members of a twin pair with respect to one or more specific traits.
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Three patients had 3 consecutive biopsies, and the first and second biopsies were compared independently to the third biopsy to calculate pT stage and grade concordance.
First, it is a cross-sectional study and therefore cannot predict the development of coronary artery disease, nor can it predict the effects of cholesterol-lowering therapy in the concordance and discordance groups.
Several additional options are displayed as new menu items on the menu bar and include corpus text, concordance, frequency, and window.
Pruebas de PHP-KWIC Web-based concordance general for Spanish texts (in Spanish)
Some programs delimit concordance citations by orthographic sentences--i.
Look" stage, a set of concordance lines is presented, sorted
This statement implies that the editors searched for concordances but only included ones that clearly allowed identification.
The computer revolution in the humanities has made it feasible for some time now to prepare in a relatively short time concordances from machine readable texts which may be of interest to even a small number of scholars.
The entire project is a computerized concordance using software developed by Laval University.
The concordance to Targum Neofiti compares favorably to the other concordances.
Saslow includes poems not printed in earlier translations and provides concordances to previous editions and translations of the poetry and to Michelangelo's drawings.