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one who is united in a relationship with another

one who supports and adheres to another

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a company of companions or supporters

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a band of warriors (originally a unit of a Roman Legion)

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a group of people having approximately the same age

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For non-top 30 schools we find at the end of 6 years, the 1987, 1990 + 1993, and 1996 + 1999 cohorts published 0.
For example, because we've learned that users downloading travel apps also download utility apps they'll need on their trip, such as navigators, maps, and trip planners, we're able to use our predictive algorithms to offer more relevant app recommendations based on Actionable Cohort Analysis.
The interpretation is that even though the 1915 cohort were, on average, 2 years older than the 1905 cohort, this study suggests that more people are living to older ages with better overall functioning--at least in Denma .
8) As in all APC studies, the first step involves a graphic approach to visually represent changes in mortality rates according to periods and cohorts.
In conclusion, the impressive resource of existing data in birth cohorts should form the basis for a long-term infrastructure that brings together birth cohort research on early-life environmental contaminant exposure and child health, with the ultimate aim to improve causal inference in this Held.
To construct the prediction of the aggregate LFP rate for 2008-12, we assign, for cohorts born after 1991, the average cohort effect of the last 20 cohorts.
The cohort studies document that higher toenail Se concentration correlated with less incidence of T2DM.
To investigate the likely level of mobility for more recent cohorts we study cohorts born between 1970 and 2000; again using degree attainment, early age test scores and mother's reports of behaviour as our Z variables.
Up to 5 days rest between cohorts for candidates to recuperate
The Antiretroviral Therapy Cohort Collaboration, Life expectancy of individuals on combination antiretroviral therapy in high-income countries: a collaborative analysis of 14 cohort studies, Lancet, 372(9635):293-299.
The program followed by the cohorts consists of four modules that focus in turn on (1) missiological foundations and program design, (2) relevant theoretical literature and research methods, (3) the nature of leadership in relation to the organizational, topical, or regional focus of the cohort and the dynamics of change, and (4) integration of the previous three years' work into a coherent whole that results in a completed dissertation.
Because each birth cohort has a different high-tech industry mix, some cohorts may under- or overperform in terms of survival.
Although these cohorts are unrelated, the distribution of deficiencies among them is strikingly similar," the FDA report stated.
The literature on alcohol consumption indicates that younger birth cohorts, especially women, are increasingly at risk for the development of AUDs," said Katherine M.
Conflict led Cohort I to shift from gathering multicultural resources for themselves and future cohorts to giving books to students in their internship schools.