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discordance

[di′skȯrd·əns]
(geology)
An unconformity characterized by lack of parallelism between strata which touch without fusion.
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38) In this system, discordances are assigned a letter code depending on the type of error (ie, errors in macroscopy, microscopy, clinical correlation, failing to seek a second opinion, misidentification).
Pour ce qui concerne la Tunisie, il y a trois ou quatre ans, elle s'est focalisee sur les points de discordance entre la legislation nationale et les exigences requises par la CNUCC.
As in other phenotypic aspects, discordances in dentition between MZ twins are not uncommon and are not mutually exclusive with monozygosity.
The use of a validated image-analysis system has been shown to substantially reduce interpathologist discordance in interpreting IHC assay results (9).
Les opposes sont ici irreductibles dans ce qui saute aux yeux de leurs differences, leurs discordances pour l'observateur.
The claim that the earth is approximately 6,000 years old is supported from biblical interpretation and from four areas of scientific studies: helium diffusion in zircons, radiohalos in granites, isochron discordances, and the presence of trace amounts of carbon-14 (C-14) in pre-Cambrian material.
Cette taxe sera peut-etre annulee pour tous les maghrebins a savoir les Algeriens, les Marocains, les Libyens et les Mauritaniens pour eviter les discordances avec les peuples de ces pays.
Similar discordances in other diagnoses may be attributed to the absence of special techniques.
Nodet (ancient Jewish literature, Ecole Biblique et Archeologique Francaise de Jerusalem) investigates first the degree to which it is possible, beyond the sayings and discordances of the Gospels, to recover some photographic features of Jesus and his actions, and second whether there is any reason to do so.
However, we found discordances between cholesterol indices and apo B in more than one third of the study participants (Table 3).