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prevalence

[′prev·ə·ləns]
(genetics)
The frequency with which a medical condition is found in specific population at a specific time.
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Sunny to partly cloudy skies are anticipated to prevail on Friday as temperature is to further drop.
It's also an exciting time for Harbor-stone and Prevail credit unions as we work together to create a new, dynamic organization.
The randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multi-national Phase III PREVAIL trial is expected to enroll approximately 1,700 patients at sites in the US, Canada, Europe, Australia and Israel.
Temperatures will witness a drop on Friday and fair weather conditions will prevail in the kingdom.
Prevail flew the flag of Garnet, a fictitious nation from the Navy's simulated Treasure Coast region, while posing as a merchant ship.
Fios' Prevail is a third-generation, Web-based tool designed to help legal teams manage, search and produce vast amounts of electronic evidence.
When a plaintiff does not prevail on one or more of these separate claims, the plaintiff's attorney is not entitled to a fee award for work on such unsuccessful claims.
Two new families of thermoplastic alloys, known as Sabre and Prevail, engineered for automotive body panel applications, were introduced by Dow Plastics, Midland, Mich.
Monday, Pagasa said cloudy skies with light to moderate rain and thunderstorms will prevail over the provinces of Pangasinan and Zambales as well as the regions of Davao and Caraga.
Partly cloudy to clear skies are expected to prevail on Friday and temperature is anticipated to further rise.
With an August target date, two Seattle credit unions, the $228 million Prevail Credit Union and the ailing $32 million Transportation Northwest CU, are preparing to merge, creating a combined CU with a footprint in three metro counties: King, Pierce and Snohobish.
The draft contains a new 40 percent penalty that can be avoided only by a "reasonable belief" that the position taken on the return "should prevail," coupled with disclosure of the transaction.