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opponent

Anatomy
1. an opponent muscle
2. (of a muscle) bringing two parts into opposition
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Chinese listed companies confront challenging demands for prompt disclosure that indicate a trade-off between opportuneness and accuracy.
Medical problems--and non-medical ones that could nonetheless be solved using medical technologies--were evoked in defence of the opportuneness of the pill for Brazilian society: the demographic crisis and underdevelopment, a debate that dominated the Brazilian and international political agendas during the years when the new contraceptives were being introduced (4,5); multiple births and their relation to maternal and child mortality (7); unwanted pregnancy and the criminalization of abortion (4,5); the moral value of responsible parenthood (4).
Cloud computing has claimed insurance for sensitive data such as accounting, government, and healthcare and brought opportuneness for end users.
the order of perceived fit is the level of similarity or opportuneness that consumers perceive exists between the cause and the brand.