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Synonyms for design

to work out and arrange the parts or details of

to have in mind as a goal or purpose

an element or a component in a decorative composition

a method for making, doing, or accomplishing something

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the act of working out the form of something (as by making a sketch or outline or plan)

something intended as a guide for making something else

an anticipated outcome that is intended or that guides your planned actions

a preliminary sketch indicating the plan for something

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plan something for a specific role or purpose or effect

create the design for

create designs

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conceive or fashion in the mind

intend or have as a purpose

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Following this argument, it is no right or wrong to have cross-sectional design or small sample size and others methods mentioned above in foster care studies.
Finally, only a few studies made use of a cross-sectional design to measure the aggressiveness among young martial artists.
Limitations in the cross-sectional designs again include the times chosen to report outcomes of family members or caregivers varied widely based again primarily on convenience and included unusual time points, for example, 40 years postinjury (see Table 1).
If mood and performance relationships are individualized, this presents a serious limitation for testing theoretical links using a cross-sectional design.
Although limited by the cross-sectional design and self-reported data, this study provides important information for clinicians, as "subjective complaints are important when choosing treatment.
884) measured blood lead distributions among schoolchildren living near the Kiteezi landfill in Kampala, using a stratified, cross-sectional design to obtain blood samples, questionnaire data, and soil and dust samples from the homes and schools of 4-to 8-year-old children.
Selvin and her associates acknowledged certain limitations of the study, including its cross-sectional design and the fact that only one measurement of fasting glucose was taken.
However, because of the study's cross-sectional design, the researchers caution that the causality of the link between access to HIV therapy and negative attitudes cannot be determined; in addition, these results, which may not apply to all Botswanans, could be influenced by social desirability bias and by recent initiatives designed to reduce stigma, such as "opt-out" HIV testing.
Technical parameters: cross-sectional design is based on a 2x1 lane highway K.
The researchers cited several limitations of the study, including its cross-sectional design.
Tuot acknowledged study limitations, including the cross-sectional design and the fact that NHANES lacks specific information about care providers.
Our study is limited because it can suggest, but not prove, causal relationships because of its cross-sectional design," Dr.
Given the cross-sectional design, we cannot exclude the possibility of reverse causality in that breast cancer or its treatment actually increased the risk of diabetes," said Dr.
In the cross-sectional design employed, only a single measure of AF-alb was made (at the time of the CMI test).
The large, geographically diverse sample of residents strengthened the findings of the study, but its cross-sectional design did not allow examination of temporal sequences, the investigators noted.