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a proposition obtained by conversion

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of words so related that one reverses the relation denoted by the other

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turned about in order or relation

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Conversely, when asked what the photographed girls could do better than respondents, only four believed W had better academic skills compared to 12 who believed NW was better academically.
Conversely, other officers involved in critical incidents that lasted only a few seconds have endured aftermaths that continued for years.
Conversely, the leading sectors have been oil & coal, fishery/agriculture, mining, iron/steel, shipping, and warehousing/harbor--all about as "old Japan" as you can get.
Conversely, the master-slave relationships in the West Indies were fragile, and there were more runaway slaves due to planter absenteeism.
Conversely, as epitomized by Mother Teresa, Aung San Suu Kyi and a host of others, the greatest triumphs of the human spirit are often revealed amidst oppression, degradation and suffering.
Conversely, luring underprepared, disinterested, ill-informed and inappropriate students who have been marketed a glossy view of campus and academic life will likely lead to a low sophomore retention rate, increasing attrition, and, finally, a low graduation rate.
Conversely, the core pulp is more responsive to the beating than the bast as far as tensile index is concerned.
Conversely, what is the estimated loss of market share if the turnover rate is seven vs.
Conversely, if you need a machine to do multiple duties all over the yard, the rubber tire is truly the way to go.
Shielding effectiveness measurements are performed to quantify the electromagnetic fields coupled into an aircraft from an external source, or conversely, internal to external coupling.
Conversely, possessing general knowledge of pedagogy at the expense of sound content knowledge is not sufficient.
Conversely, high fluid pressures produce high closing forces which increase friction and wear.
Conversely, life scientists or clinicians with limited engineering experience should collaborate with colleagues in engineering or the physical sciences.
Conversely, the early leaders in CD-RW technology saw a greater opportunity in the recordable market, and put greater emphasis on CD-RW development than on DVD.
Conversely, the sleep surface lowers to an unmatched 7"--ideal for dementia and Alzheimer's residents.