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a number of individuals making up or considered a unit

a group of people sharing an interest, activity, or achievement

to distribute into groups according to kinds

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(chemistry) two or more atoms bound together as a single unit and forming part of a molecule

a set that is closed, associative, has an identity element and every element has an inverse

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The momentum and innovation inside of Control Group is exciting.
The treadmill exercise group had significantly greater average improvement in their SF-36 physical functioning score and in their walking impairment distance score than the control group.
There were no differences between the emergency contraceptive group and the control group with regard to consistent contraceptive use or types of methods used.
Over the next three years, the men suffered only one-third the number of deaths, heart attacks, and strokes as men in the control group, who weren't told what to eat and whose diets weren't monitored.
Control Group is known for extensive technical expertise, industry knowledge, and commitment to customer service.
If the corresponding confidence interval does not contain zero, then there is a statistically significant difference in the treatment group and control group attitude toward mathematics.
The median duration of intravenous antibiotic therapy was 15 days with lenograstim therapy versus 19 days in the control group.
If the control group dropped much below 37 percent fat, it would weaken the study's power to detect a statistically significant difference in breast cancer rates between the two groups," explains Ross Prentice, of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, which spearheaded the feasibility trial.
The massage therapy group showed greater improvement than the standard treatment control group on all of these measures across the study period.
The control group was taught using traditional lecture methods the entire semester.
The new work matched 219 men and women from the original Mediterranean-diet group with 204 from a control group of people who had eaten whatever their doctors recommended.
A statistically significant increase or stabilization in cell-mediated immune responses to HIV proteins occurred in the treated group as compared to a decline in the control group.
The presentation, "Use of a Novel Gel-Formulated Anti-Adhesion Barrier for Prevention of Fibrotic Adhesions in Lumbar Micro-discectomy Procedures," at both CNS and EuroSpine, describes a controlled study comparing a gel-treated group of patients to a control group of patients who received no gel.
The control group was made up of 63 (54 females and 9 males) first-year students enrolled in the School of Social Work at the Bar-Ilan University who participated in a mandatory traditional lecture-based "Introduction to Statistics" course.
Using blood taken from infants immediately after delivery, the researchers compared 31 children who showed symptoms of cerebral palsy several months after birth with a control group of 65 children without cerebral palsy.