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Law the answer made by a plaintiff or petitioner to a defendant's case
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[ri′plī]
(communications)
A radio-frequency signal or combination of signals transmitted by a transponder in response to an interrogation. Also known as response.
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Only 5% of the repliers considered pharmacology to be of not much significance in clinical decision making strategy (Graph-6).
Exception happens for a positive confirmation when the replier disagrees the question or the prepared information is different from the information presented in the requiring confirmation [12].
Individuals who usually provide good answers are selected as the best repliers, and classified into seven levels from low to high: poor, beginner, intern, graduate, expert, master, and knowledge owner.
For example, when a poster initiated a thread with the title "I was beaten, should I get a divorce," many repliers encouraged the woman to get a divorce and only a minority of repliers recommended solutions that would compromise the woman's personal safety for the sake of preserving her marriage.
In the under surveillance research, the researcher in her first stage of the Statistical Analysis prepared simple Tables so as to clarify every question by which the number of repliers are known and then by the simple tables crossed tables have been prepared.
In an effort to increase the number of repliers we received, we decided to keep actual volume figures for each company on the list confidential.
Although it is not clear that these repliers were representative of the nonresponders overall, their e-mail comments provide some insight into nonresponse to Web surveys.
Hence, participants were separated into two categories, early and late repliers, based on the time period in which the questionnaires were received.
On the other hand, the estimated reasoning level was 0.17 for the open-ended format, which translates to 17 of 100 repliers' posts using reasons.