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regress

Logic a supposed explanation each stage of which requires to be similarly explained, as saying that knowledge requires a justification in terms of propositions themselves known to be true
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Meanwhile, 526 prevalent AKs regressed and 53 prevalent AKs regressed and then recurred.
Although facial lymphedema is frequently seen during the immediate postoperative period, it normally begins to regress within several days.
The Pacific sub-region has regressed on zero hunger (SDG2), SDG8, life below water (SDG14) and SDG16.
'When you sleep, of course the muscles will not function, and they begin to become very weak, as you become very weak, you will have the tendency to sleep more, so you will regress both in mind and body.
In many cases, affluent children will actually gain in reading outcomes over the holiday, while poor kids regress.
Applying this procedure to Meillassoux's philosophy, Harman claims that the infinite regress that the principle of sufficient reason leads to does not amount to an absurdity, since there is no contradiction involved in an infinite regress of sufficient reasons.
- Breast cancers detected by mammography screening do not spontaneously disappear or regress if left untreated, according to a new study published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology (JACR).
Similarly, among 74 patients with borderline steatohepatitis at baseline, only 22% regressed to fatty liver disease without steatohepatitis, while 43% progressed to definite steatohepatitis.
It seems like we are unaware that we will never reach progress if we are firmly embedded in party trenches, and we will only continue to stagnate or even regress.
That a philosophical thesis entails a vicious regress is commonly taken to be decisive evidence that the thesis is false.
Removing accumulated mutant p53 protein from a cancer model showed that tumors regress significantly and survival increases, relate the findings by an international team of researchers led by Ute Moll, professor of pathology at Stony Brook (N.Y.) University.
Citizens of Macedonia deserve this conditioned report, and the political actors are culpable for the massive regress of Macedonia, which is clearly stressed in the EC's report", reads NDP's communique.