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homonym

Biology a name for a species or genus that should be unique but has been used for two or more different organisms
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The main goal of neuro-optometric rehabilitation in a patient with homonymous hemianopia (HH) is to take the visual stimulus that presents in the blind area of the field and transfer it for processing by the functioning area.
Ninety percent of the patients had various clinical improvements, including improvements in visual acuity, homonymous hemianopia, and spinal-cord related manifestations.
Its subject is a homonymous body of work for which the Italian artist focused her gaze on the iconographic conventions found in a certain genre of early daguerreotypes, tintypes, and cartes de visite.
All of this reminded me of another quasi-economic theory with the homonymous name of "Freeconomics.
7%, exceed the same measurements of the homonymous osteons, which are in subperiosteal zones (p < 0.
The next article, "O moderno e o contemporaneo: relacoes dialogicas entre Poe e Vilela", is based on the Bakhtinian concept that a discourse meets another and participates in a lively and tense interactivity to describe the dialogic relationship between the satirical short stories "Nunca aposte sua cabeca com o diabo--conto moral", by Edgar Allan Poe, and "A cabeca", by Luiz Vilela, of the homonymous work.
The concept of home is once more re-imagined in Morrison's homonymous novel inspired by her parents' and her own experiences in the 1950s.
or homonymous meanings as if they were completely different words.
Blindness," meanwhile, is Fernando Meirelles' adaptation of Nobel Prize Jose Saramago's homonymous novel.
Caribbean: Art at the Crossroads of the World, more of a book than a catalog, was published on the occasion of the homonymous exhibition at the Museo del Barrio, the Queens Museum of Art, and the Studio Museum in Harlem in New York.
A palaeontological sample (Kar5) bearing lower Darriwilian graptolites was collected about 50 m above the base of the Karadere Formation in the homonymous gorge (Fig.
Cotroceni Hill--on which is marked the homonymous monastery and a road, on the current path of Gh.