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correspondent

Commerce a person or firm that has regular business relations with another, esp one in a different part of the country or abroad

Correspondent

 

(1) Professional journalist who holds a staff position on a publication (a newspaper’s own correspon-dent), or who carries out special assignments of the editorial board (special correspondent), or who specializes in a given field of journalism (for example, a newspaper or magazine photographer).

(2) A contributor to a publication who does not hold a staff position but regularly does some work for one of the media of mass information or propaganda (worker or village correspon-dent, military correspondent, youth correspondent).

(3) The editorial board of a newspaper, radio station, or television station, contributing to another organ of mass information or propaganda (collective correspondent).

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Similar trends were recorded also in the investigation of hemorheological properties of the endothelium: reliable decreasing of SFA: in the 1-st group--for 25,1 % comparing with controls (p<0,05), in the 2nd group--for 39,5 % and for 19,2 % comparing with controls and 1-st group correspondently (p<0,05)).
The precision and recall of business news tagging with Cyc Concept Tagger accounted for 61% and 46% correspondently.
The second drawback stems from the fact that professional services have few forward economy and backward linkages with goods producing sectors and also with other services sectors, and their virtuous multiplier and spillover effects are correspondently limited (see Gabriele 2010).
Correspondently, concentrations of K in the fruit positively correlated with water losses of fruits after 14- and 21-d storage at room temperature (r=0.
The research results about contact pressure regularities that change with time, are shown in figure 5a and 5b, while processing average amplitude of AE signals and signals from the strain gauges output correspondently.
Whereas conventional theatre enjoys greater freedom, it "makes correspondently greater demands on the audience," who are "no longer passive spectators, but an integral part of the drama" (12).
Correspondently, as mentioned above, the first density peak of secondary feather follicles occurred at E26, and the diameter of secondary feather bulbs reached the first highest point at E24, and then sharply descended to the lowest point at E26 during embryonic stage.
Correspondently, it makes no sense for the Court to sort out the Constitution's meaning by looking to the American people, who do not care about constitutional principles: while only one in four Americans can name more than one of the five freedoms guaranteed by the First Amendment, more than half can name at least two members of the Simpsons cartoon family.
A child, for instance, learns to say that his/her eyes are blinking and then reacts to them correspondently.
As the world is getting more advanced, it is noticeable that the rates of crime, suicide, rape, abortionC* etc are correspondently going up as well.