association area


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association area

[ə‚sō·sē′ā·shən ‚er·ē·ə]
(physiology)
An area of the cerebral cortex that is thought to link and coordinate activities of the projection areas.
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There is a possibility that Einstein's association area was unusually rich in glia, she says, but "the statistics are for one brain versus 11 normals; they're essentially meaningless." Even if Einstein had a gaggle of glia, it is impossible to say whether he was born with them or developed them over time, she says.
On the day he died Adam, who was from Burnley, Lancashire, had rowed with a female member of staff in the association area and was lifted by four care officers and placed face down in his room.
On the day he died, Adam had rowed with "inexperienced" staff member Claire Murray in the association area and was lifted by four care officers and placed face-down in his room.
Osueke, who is trained by his uncle Manny Burgo at Newcastle College, gained a terrific stoppage victory over Stuart McCrone in the Tyne, Tees and Wear Association area finals at 81kg.
THE first matches in the South Glamorgan Bowling Association area of the WBA's national club competition, the Carruthers Shield, begin on Saturday.
Mr Freedman said yesterday that previous jurors had not been told "three important things." He said: "When they removed Adam from the free association area, in these circumstances, it was unlawful and illegal.
Center Parcs National Inter- School Championships across the Northumberland Badminton Association area the opportunity to play against each other.
Side Saddle Association Area 2 chairman Viv Hogg on 19-year-old Millwalk Havana added another championship to her account in a horse and rider link of 15 years.
The incident happened in an association area on D-Wing at Wakefield prison in West Yorkshire.

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