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congruent

1. Maths having identical shapes so that all parts correspond
2. of or concerning two integers related by a congruence
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The individually variable cortical pattern of activation/deactivation in terms of the positive and negative BOLD (Blood-Oxygen-Level-Dependent) signals congruently supports this statement [65-67].
Congruently with the presence of familiarity bias, we find that pension plans that invest in Spanish stocks receive significantly higher capital inflows than other pension plans that invest in European or International stocks.
The essential vulnerability and fragility of this interpersonal dynamic was present in all interviews and, as a consequence, I chose to represent myself as openly and congruently as possible within the constraints of ethical and academic guidelines.
The similar pattern of concentration between P4 and TNF-[alpha] suggests some type of link that allows this hormone and protein to act congruently [43].
Congruently Battevi and Vitelli12 reported a significant increase in work-related musculoskeletal disorders.
This research seeks to delve into the experiences of women who must face this problem, given that for nursing professionals who offer healthcare it is of great importance because it permits practicing said care congruently with the culture and can contribute to overcoming the crisis implied by the situation of encountering a CM.
Life insurance is a complex financial instrument, which works congruently and holistically with the rest of a person's financial plan, including retirement savings, their children and grandchildren's college educations, real estate ownership, etc.
Congruently with what is found in the literature, we observed that the decision to have an abortion is mostly shared with supportive people (partner, friends, parents), and revealed to be essentially shaped by socio-economic motivations (1, 10, 11, 13).