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the act of examining resemblances

relation based on similarities and differences

qualities that are comparable

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The first part of the book concludes with "Annotations on the Margin," in which Ptaszczewska describes comparative studies as a discipline expanding its scope beyond literary studies, which could result in losing its identity and redefining itself as a vague, nondescript form of comparative research.
Although developmental tests have validated the PRAGmatic groupings, no independent or comparative studies are available to verify the system's performance capabilities.
There is a strong precedent for comparative studies with aquatic organisms.
The museum will not only exhibit ancient art, it will have a center for comparative studies of archeology and cultures, and a center for archeological conservation.
If this finding holds true in larger comparative studies, it may one day help physicians identify patients most likely to fall ill with prostate-cancer and thus most in need of frequent screening examinations.
Comparative studies have shown that cost savings can be obtained by routinely utilizing FFR(myo) to assist in identifying the culprit stenosis via a 'tailored' approach in multi-vessel disease.
Targeted to academics, researchers and policy makers, the Journal carries theoretical accounts of crime, analysis of quantitative data, comparative studies, evaluations of interventions and information and discussions about criminal Justice institutions.
Supported by the European Commission for the Environment, the day is also a time when comparative studies of the effect of vehicular traffic on air quality and noise levels can be conducted.
Like most contemporary comparative studies of welfare states in the social sciences, Daly argues that the two nations under study embody relatively coherent and substantially different approaches to social policy.
The resulting book is a treasury of information about the material culture of Renaissance Ferrara, the language of crafts and of the court, the structure of the ducal bureaucracy, and the history of specific churches, palaces, and villas (discussed not only in the body of the book but in even greater detail in an appended gazetteer), This is an invaluable resource not only for its comprehensive description of late fifteenth-century Ferrara, but also its role as a reliable foundation for future, comparative studies of Renaissance courtly culture.
This survey conducted with foreign investors in Atlantic Canada has confirmed what successive, comparative studies have shown - that Atlantic Canada is the right place to do business for companies looking to improve their cost structure, while maintaining quality of products and services," stated The Honourable Joseph McGuire, Minister of ACOA.
They include two perspectives on the general principles of his theory; three comparative studies of nation-states including the USA and the USSR, India and China; two essays on comparative education and the family; three studies of the evolution of institutions, namely social stratification, communication, and due legal process; and three interpretations of the effects of modernization on the individual, in industrial work and society, the quality of life, and on the pull between traditional and modern values along the Pacific Rim.
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