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Synonyms for correspond

be consistent

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communicate

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Synonyms for correspond

to be compatible or in correspondence

to be in keeping with

to be equivalent or tantamount

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be equivalent or parallel, in mathematics

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exchange messages

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take the place of or be parallel or equivalent to

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The patent lodged from Airbus Operations said: "There is a trend towards increasingly large passenger aircraft for which it is desirable to have correspondingly large wing spans.
Pentecostal and neo-Pentecostal movements had correspondingly seen extraordinary growth, said Mr.
New advances in metering technology offer correspondingly expanded insight into energy use and management," McCrory said.
Correspondingly, academic institutions will recognize and value employers who both hire and are happy with their graduates and immediately include them in institutional thinking.
The music, by David Morrow and Thom Willems, is correspondingly intermittent, with long notes of chords that add to the dreamlike unreality of the atmosphere--as do the enigmatic phrases projected on the back wall: "Resembling Dawn," "An explosion, too distant to be heard," "His last afternoon as himself.
Heydenreich understands the external world as a mysterious and shifting terrain within which our position is correspondingly unstable; hence her interest in the technologies of direction finding and course plotting, however imprecise their operation.
The infalling observer would see his partner speed up correspondingly.
As a result, the German engineers were correspondingly open and competent in understanding our machinery and process requirements, which considerably accelerated the decision-making procedure and, in particular, the installation and commissioning phases.
Our data on the PSAI show that boys scored significantly higher on the masculine scale than girls, and correspondingly, girls scored significantly higher on the feminine scale than boys.
For pH measurements, these standard guidelines resulted in rather similar results, whereas, due to the different sample amounts used in the standards, the correspondingly different values of conductivity were obtained.
Areas where the cost of living is higher and lower than average are assigned correspondingly higher and lower GPCIs.
At the end of World War I, as historian David Fromkin cogently demonstrates in A Peace to End All Peace, Britain and France vastly overestimated the importance of Arab nationalism and correspondingly underestimated the importance of Muslim religion as an organizing principle in the polity they sought to construct on the ruins of the Turkish Empire.
When used with a correspondingly wavy screen pack, the Corr-Ex plate increases the polymer filtration area by 60%, says PATT Filtration Inc.
Strong encryption', which is harder to crack, uses large keys, with a correspondingly large numbers of possible combinations.
The peak wavelength of emitted light has correspondingly decreased from 12 nm to 6 nm, which will provide the facility a radiometric capability in the "water window," a region important to biological microscopy.