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status

Law the legal standing or condition of a person

status

  1. any stable position within a social system associated with specific expectations, rights and duties. 'Status’ in this sense is equivalent to ROLE, although it is the latter term which has the wider currency.
  2. the positive or negative honour, prestige, power, etc., attaching to a position, or an individual person, within a system of SOCIAL STRATIFICATION (often referred to as social status).
Both conceptions derive from forms of society in which individual social locations were relatively fixed (see ASCRIBED STATUS, MAINE), for example by religion or by law (see CASTE, ESTATE). In modern societies status positions tend to be more fluid. See also STATUS GROUP, CLASS, STATUS AND PARTY, SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS, STATUS CONSISTENCY AND INCONSISTENCY.

Status

 

in the Hamito-Semitic languages, a grammatical category of the noun that determines whether the noun is definite and whether it has a relationship with other parts of the sentence; in particular, whether the noun has a genitival attribute. A noun’s status also indicates possession, as in Arabic - i(”my”), and demonstrativeness, as in Somali -k-an (”this,” masculine) and -t-an (”this,” feminine). The category of status exists in the Semitic, Coptic, Berber, Cushitic and Chad languages. It is expressed by means of suffixes, prefixes, internal inflection, and distinctions in declensional paradigms.

REFERENCES

D’iakonov, I. M. Semito-khamitskie iazyki. Moscow, 1965.
Tucker, A. N., and M. A. Bryan. The Non-Bantu Languages ofNorth-Eastern Africa. London, 1966.
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Similarly, it was perceived that people with good performance status and non-metastatic disease would fast more than the opposite group.
Demographics, cell types, stage and performance status for all lung cancer patients (n = 610) All HIV-negative (N = 610) * (n = 425) Demographics Age (years), mean (SD) 59.
A majority of the patients again were of performance status 0-1, though a significantly greater number of elderly patients with performance status 2 were treated in the irinotecan/5-FU/FA group compared to the 5-FU/FA group (P=0.
In this study, we have shown that poor performance status was the most important factor affecting TTP.
Together they are developing their company, Dancing With Horses, into professional performance status.
At the lowest level the knowledge warehouse consists of raw data relevant to customer orders, receipts, inventory, procurement processes, supplier performance status, and a host of other data streams.
A study at Duke University, reported on September 1, 1992, evaluated the performance status and outcome after coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) in persons aged 8093 years.
In a pre-specified subgroup of patients classified as good Performance Status (ECOG PS 0), the median PFS for INLYTA exceeded the median PFS for sorafenib.
The subgroup analysis evaluated three common factors that can influence overall survival, or OS, in oncology trials: subsequent treatments, previous lines of systemic therapy and baseline ECOG performance status.
Material and Methods: Thirty five patients were included with histologically confirmed advanced inoperable squamous cell carcinoma in head and neck region, performance status 2 or 3 and survival [greater than or equal to]3 months.
For patients with disease progression or those who have had their maximum clinical benefit from BRAF-targeted therapy and good performance status (0-2), the guidelines recommend second-line or subsequent therapy with anti-PD-1 agents as above, ipilimumab, or a combination of nivolumab and ipilimumab.

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