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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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Table-I: Concordance rates of the observers on technique and quality of the films.
In addition, Schmidt (1990) argues that concordances can help learners to enhance their consciousness-raising activities and to become aware of language use.
Concordance values for tumor pT stage and grade were calculated by comparing initial endoscopic biopsies with available follow-up resections.
C'est en empruntant la notion de << concordance >>, telle qu'en fait usage Freud (1912) dans Totem et tabou, qu'est mis en valeur l'enracinement corporel du souffle de la voix, de l'expression et du langage, au plus pres de te qui fait vibrer les cordes vocales.
Sinclair (1999) proposes a method where 25 concordance lines are randomly selected and each line accounted for in terms of surface (collocations and colligations) and meaning patterns (see Sinclair, 2003).
xxxii-xxxvi; xliii-xliv), but she also uses the data of the concordance to trace the evolution of Leopardi's poetic images and ideas.
ALEXANDER THE CORRECTS: The Tormented Genius Whose Cruden's Concordance Unwrote the Bible.
0, a new addition to the existing quantitative text analysis software programs such as TACT, TEXTANT, and Wordsmith Tools, is a concordance software program for Windows 3.
The Cytor project at the University of Lancaster showed interesting results in providing students access to concordances, which led to improvement in their categorization of part-of-speech distinctions.
In this late stage of computer-generated concordances, a more traditional typeface with proper enhancements (bold and italics) offers a relief from the eye-strain of the line-printed Cornell series.
This distortion of the material makes the search for concordances and cognates, especially in non-tablature sources, more time-consuming due to the lack of a clear visual distinction between pieces in triple meter.
The new UMI research collection, Concordances to the Major Writings of William Hazlitt, helps researchers locate keywords and concepts in Hazlitt's works on prominent British writers.