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regress

Logic a supposed explanation each stage of which requires to be similarly explained, as saying that knowledge requires a justification in terms of propositions themselves known to be true
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Chris Klein, who plays Chris 'Oz' Ostreicher, said: "I wouln't say regressed, I would say we have never left, I would say there has been zero maturity whatever.
Lebanon's rank on the political risks category regressed by 17 spots from last March, its ranking on the economic performance improved by one spot while its rankings on the remaining categories were unchanged.
DARTFORD are red-hot 1-25 favourites to finish top of the Ryman Premier division but their form has regressed in recent weeks and they may suffer another poor result in tonight's clash at play-off chasing Horsham, writes Dan Childs.
Partially regressed melanomas most often present clinically as either variably pigmented or hypopigmented, flat lesions, a histologic picture of focal papillary dermal fibrosis, and a variably cellular infiltrate of melanophages and lymphocytes.
Norwegian researchers say mammograms may lead to unnecessary treatments for breast cancer that might have regressed naturally, reviving the controversy over whether the screening should be done on a regular basis.
You're probably looking at six or seven different AKs--three have regressed and three others have taken their place," Dr.
Over 18 months, the condition regressed in 65% of these patients, remained stable in 20%, and progressed without cancer in 5%.
I had regressed until I felt and thought like a child.
We were no longer in California in the 21st century but had regressed to a time of extreme violence, racism, hatred and oppression.
More than half of low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions in adolescents have regressed at 12 months; 91% regress by 36 months (Lancet 2004;364:1678-83).
It soon became apparent that Pilobolus was physicalizing the face of our culture that permits our more regressed instincts to rule.
They are a prime example of a society that has regressed under a nanny state soft on crime and strong on welfarism.