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unilateral

1. Law (of contracts, obligations, etc.) made by, affecting, or binding one party only and not involving the other party in reciprocal obligations
2. Botany having or designating parts situated or turned to one side of an axis
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Unilaterality increased the risk of MwuAS by a factor of 2.5 (p=0.001); periocular localization increased the risk by a factor of 4 (p=0.001); and starvation increased the risk by a factor of 3.9 (p=0.030).
The deceptive unilaterality did not favor a KKT at the outset since more than 80% of the KKTs were bilateral.[sup][2] Moreover, the low power microscopic appearance coupled with the characteristic young age of the patient furthermore buttressed our opinion of YST.
However, iridocorneal adhesions with iris atrophy and unilaterality helps to differentiate the two conditions.
And the ineffectiveness of this instrument of choice of the policy makers is complicated by its unilaterality, as the U.S.A is accused by other countries of exporting inflation.
Differentiation of keloidiform lesions on the ears from lepromatous leprosy is difficult, but the unilaterality is characteristic of lobomycosis.
Then a set of contact forces for the end-effectors in contact is computed by an optimization formulation considering unilaterality and friction cone constraints.
This is not reflective of onset of disease in PD, which clinically starts with marked unilaterality, a diagnostic hallmark of the disease (definition of stage I disease).
The optimal cutoff values, sensitivity and specificity for quantitative variables, which found to be significant predictors for pathological unilaterality in multivariate analysis, were estimated by using receiver operating curve (ROC) analysis.
(74) Stevens argued that the degree of unilaterality in Alvarez-Machain distinguishes it from Ker, not only did the United States act without the cooperation of the Mexican government, it acted in utter defiance of the Mexican government.
standing or unilaterality. See Ripstein, supra note 18, for a full