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Synonyms for weight

the state or quality of being physically heavy

a duty or responsibility that is a source of anxiety, worry, or hardship

the greatest part or portion

the power to produce an effect by indirect means

effective means of influencing, compelling, or punishing

to place a burden or heavy load on

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the vertical force exerted by a mass as a result of gravity

sports equipment used in calisthenic exercises and weightlifting

the relative importance granted to something

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an oppressive feeling of heavy force

a system of units used to express the weight of something

(statistics) a coefficient assigned to elements of a frequency distribution in order to represent their relative importance

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weight down with a load

present with a bias

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References in periodicals archive ?
One percent crystalline amino acid in 10% dextrose solution was stocked and available as the admission fluid for all infants, including ELBW infants.
Repetitive pain and environmental stress in ELBW infants (<1,000 g) is associated with cognitive defects, learning disorders, poor motor performance, attention deficits, psychosocial problems, and inability to adapt and cope in new situations and social situations (Anand, Grunau, & Oberlander, 1997; Grunau, 2000).
As a result of the increasing number of ELBW patients surviving over the past 25 years, these patients are now entering the purview of continuing medical care by providers who care for adults.
The median birthweight was 2,063 g (range 540-3,401); 18 (56%) of 32 infants had LBW; 9 (28%) of these met the definition for VLBW, and 7 (22%) met the definition for ELBW.
Clinical Practice and SpO2 Technology in the Prevention of ROP in ELBW Infants.