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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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(4.) Although Pieper does not explicitly mention on what the discordancy of original sin is based and how it will be expressed, it is reasonable to assume that humans lose sight of their status as creatures in relation to God.
Further readings of "The Blinded Bird" and "Compassion" explore the connection between cruelty to animals, class politics, and colonial tyranny, while a welcome reading of the extraordinary "Bags of Meat" suggests that the poem represents "out-and-out misanthropy" in its deep discordancy (p.
The instrument is a Liquert type of self-test having 60 questions and identifies the parental attitudes under 5 factors: attitude of over-parenting (factor I), implying an over controlling, anxious and over-demanding parental attitude; democratic attitude (factor II), implying an encouraging a supportive and a sharing relationship; attitude of hostility and rejection (factor III), mother is nervous, distressed and angry, dependent on her own mother for the care taking activities; marital discordancy (factor IV), describes the effects of marital discordance on the child rearing activities and the authoritarian attitudes; (factor V) describing an over punishing and a rigid parental attitude.
Appropriate discordancy and significance tests were applied from thoroughly automatized software UDASys2 [52] and UDASys3 (unpublished), which, in their "recommended procedure," apply the most powerful five (two new and three conventional) recursive tests with prior application of respective single-outlier tests having nil swamping and low masking effects [48, 57-60].
1): Screening of the data for regional analysis: We used the Discordancy Statistic to screen out site i from analysis.
They used discordancy measure for data screening and used the four-parameter Kappa distribution with 500 simulations for the heterogeneity analysis.
Additionally, we have no data on how these pregnancies were managed with respect to antepartum fetal surveillance, ultrasound surveillance for growth and discordancy, and management of labor and delivery.
10a) is approximately 0.64, while 1 means a perfect concordance and 0 represents discordancy.
As William James suggests in his Lecture VIII on "The Divided Self," "The psychological basis of the twice-born character seems to be a certain discordancy or heterogeneity in the native temperament of the subject, an incompletely unified moral and intellectual constitution" (186).
Above all else couple testing was considered a precursor to positive living as well as a means of limiting transmission of HIV to one's partner in cases of sero- discordancy but only when all partners were aware of their serostatus since ignorance was shown to exponentially perpetrate the opposite trend.
(18.) Errkola R, Ala-Melleo S, Piiroinen Oet al: Growth discordancy in twin pregnancies.
The Oxford English Dictionary (oed) specifies that the primary meaning of 'noise' is indeed 'sound; the aggregate of sounds occurring in a particular place or at a particular time; (also) disturbance caused by sounds, discordancy, (in early use) esp.