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qualitative

Dealing with observations that are subject to interpretation. Contrast with quantitative. See qualitative data.
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In this case, the supplier is entitled to include in the offer another, qualitatively and technically similar solution, which meets at least the required standards and meets the specified parameters, or is compatible with the equipment to which it will be connected and must be an equivalent deviation in the required safety and usability.
"Indeed, the S-300 anti-aircraft missile systems have been installed, this is a qualitatively new level of air defense, I will emphasize defense.
He discusses the central ideas of thinking qualitatively, then organizes chapters by major thinking systems and subsystems within them: thinking analytically, realistically, symbolically, ethically, multidisciplinarily, artistically, summarily, interpretively, and narratively.
Fortaleza (Brazil), July 16 ( ANI ): Highlighting their commitment to raising their economic cooperation to a qualitatively new level, the BRICS countries have emphasized the importance of establishing a road map for intra-BRICS economic cooperation.
The Ambassador noticed that the Turkmen-Romanian relations have reached a qualitatively new and higher level in the recent years.
to a qualitatively new level - Georgian Foreign Minister, Maia Panjikidze, stated ahead of the Eastern Partnership Summit, scheduled for
At issue is whether 'evil' constitutes a separate category that is qualitatively distinct from mere badness:
Simplexa tests, running on the 3M[TM] Integrated Cycler, employ real-time polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) to qualitatively detect viruses, bacteria, and other analytes.
Summary: The government of Prime Minister Najib Mikati was supposed to be qualitatively different.
In adjustment mode, the unit indicates when the received light signal is qualitatively best for reliable detection.
Qualitatively, the results showed that the female students are more in biology education as a course and also perform significantly better than the males.
Both qualitatively and quantitatively, this channel (i) increases the share of output variance explained by foreign shocks, consistent with empirical evidence, (ii) implies that the exchange rate pass-through is closer to estimated values, and (iii) increases the international correlation of output relative to that of consumption.

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