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(music) the fifth note of the diatonic scale

an allele that produces the same phenotype whether its paired allele is identical or different

exercising influence or control

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(of genes) producing the same phenotype whether its allele is identical or dissimilar

most frequent or common

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The ASEAN members that voted for the resolution were Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei which are dominantly Muslim like the Rohingyas being brutally driven away to Bangladesh, which is refusing to accept them.
Because of the rarity of individuals that have a dominantly inherited Alzheimer's disease genetic mutation, the program will be expanded to additional countries, potentially including Argentina, Brazil, China, Colombia, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands and Poland.
And the Philippines, notwithstanding recent strides in reducing joblessness, must make sure its dominantly young population is productively employed well into our future.
As a whole, participants with nearly dominant or dominantly socializing developmental stages performed higher with critical thinking in reading and writing than their dominantly instrumental counterparts on the midterm and final, with the exception of Silvia.
Brahms' Requiem is a different matter: pre dominantly slow, meditative and determinedly non-flamboyant - anything less than total and unalloyed intensity can make around 70 minutes pass very slowly indeed.
According to a report published in Chinese daily Xinhua, the health officials are worried about the fact that the virus is dominantly active during winter and spring.
Such groups exist dominantly in Jalal-Abad, Osh, Batken regions but there are also in Naryn and Chui regions.
Brachie Sprung, a spokeswoman for the Israeli municipality in Jerusalem, said the city planning commission had also issued building permits for 22 homes in two dominantly Palestinian-populated districts along with the 69 housing units in Har Homa, housing over 12,000 Jewish settlers.
Through this selective approach, the competitiveness of the economy will be partly protected, in particular the sector of tourism, as services of accommodation and food products which dominantly create prices in the area of tourism services, will continue to be taxed at the lower, i.
This gene hunting party worked with two families that appeared to have a dominantly inherited form of the affliction.
Ringman presented findings from the first 212 men and women enrolled in the Dominantly Inherited Alzheimer Network (DIAN), an international multicenter study intended to characterize early clinical and biomarker changes occurring in people who inherit known FAD mutations in the PSEN 1, APP, or PSEN2 genes.
In Macedonia, there are 17 banks, 12 of which are dominantly foreign owned.
The hard thing is the way the game is played and refereed in the English Premiership, it is dominantly refereed towards the attacking side which often makes it difficult for genuine sevens to get into the game.
But despite the problems, this pre dominantly African-American area is sticking with Obama as the man who can turn the economy around.
GOLD Dominantly sailed rival Scheidt to the back of the field in the medal race to clinch his first gold and earn his reputation as one of the toughest competitors.