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a harmonious state of things in general and of their properties (as of colors and sounds)

agreement of opinions

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an index of all main words in a book along with their immediate contexts

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Then, the diagnosed prostate cancer cases with radical prostatectomy were analyzed for GS concordance (that is, having the same GS on diagnostic biopsy and surgical specimen).
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The sex differences in genital category-specificity and sexual concordance appear to be valid phenomena in need of explanation, and not the result of measurement error.
However, probandwise concordance rates for dizygotic pairs were higher than previously reported, at 21 % for 31 male pairs and 27% for 10 female pairs.
As I sat there in the library the concordance flicked open to a nearby page and I saw the word "fox".
First, while other studies explored race concordance across a general population, we assessed the predictors of race concordance among a large cohort of patients with diabetes.
For 60% of the patient-provider pairs, concordance was high, meaning that the provider ranked the same top three health concerns as the patient or that the provider ranked two of the same health concerns as the patient, and these two matched the patient's most important concerns, the authors reported.
organized clusters" were gathered m response to particular theological issues, something like a topical concordance.
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Concordance One lists fragments found in publications; those cited in Ilya Gershevitch's A Grammar of Manichaean Sogdian (Oxford: Blackwell, 1961); frequently used signatures; and a list of site marks with their corresponding signatures.
This concordance serves as a reference point for the twelve ragamala paintings in the National Gallery of Victoria.
The acquired company will become a part of LexisNexis' Discovery Services group that includes Concordance discovery software, the Applied Discovery online application, and Hosted FYI, a hosted data, in-house managed model.
Goal concordance, which is the degree to which goals serve the intrinsic needs of the individual (Durik & Harackiewicz, 2003) may be another factor worth examining.