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elective

1. of or based on selection by vote
2. selected by vote
3. having the power to elect
4. open to choice; optional
5. an optional course or hospital placement undertaken by a medical student
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Bathypterois atricolor showed positive values of the environmental electivity index of Ivlev (E) at depths greater than 1 000 m (Fig.
Habitat preference of Grey Francolin in Salt Range through Ivelv's electivity index (IV).
The res ults indicated a s imilar s ens itivity and s electivity us ing UV detection for the determination of guanidino compounds and s ubs titution of 2-pyridyl for phenyl groups does not have advers e effect, and could be us ed for clinical analys is of guanidino compounds .
He said there is no doubt that India has made extraordinary progress in energy sector and has abundant electivity and there is no reason why Pakistan should not benefit from the experience of India to rid its people of load-shedding.
Any electivity introduced into the system, moreover, would increase the chances of inequity, with polygamous families choosing which dyad filed jointly and thus determining what arrangement would result in the lowest collective tax obligation.
are connected to public electivity networks in July compared to 97.
2) to estimate 95% confidence intervals (CI) for each electivity index.
I strongly believe that the decision to refuse the electivity of the mayors in the municipalities, big cities where the local elite was dominated by minorities, was one of the responses the government gave to this state of affairs.
The electivity of the Polish throne constituted the foundation of the post-Piast regime.
JALALABAD (PAN): Thousands families in two eastern provinces -- Nangarhar and Laghman -- would be supplied with electivity in March next, officials said on Tuesday.