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something spoken or written in return, as to a question or demand

an action elicited by a stimulus

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a statement (either spoken or written) that is made to reply to a question or request or criticism or accusation

the manner in which something is greeted

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a phrase recited or sung by the congregation following a versicle by the priest or minister

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the speech act of continuing a conversational exchange

the manner in which an electrical or mechanical device responds to an input signal or a range of input signals

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Brain-stem auditory evoked response (BAER): Normative study in children and adults.
To record brainstem auditory evoked response in high risk infants and compare with age specific normal response for identification of hearing impairment if any.
The clinical utility of brainstem auditory evoked response testing in horses.
Subjects with abnormal brainstem auditory evoked response (BAER) results were referred to ENT specialists for assessment.
Since the late 1980s the University College London (UCL) research group has been doing extensive research on the application of functional EIT of evoked responses.
Neurologists conduct brainstem auditory evoked response (BAER) tests that often provide a definitive diagnosis of deafness.
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Evoked responses to motor stimuli have been reported to be normal in MSA.
The variable geometric forms are built around the constant palm tree demanding an evoked response from the viewer.
DOHA: An international campaign launched by a Palestinian woman against civilian deaths in Gaza has evoked response from Qatar's national carrier which will transport one million candles to Gaza.
When single tones ranging in frequency from 100 Hz to 1,000 Hz were introduced, there was a strong evoked response in typically developing children and a consistent and significant delay of about 20 msec in the response of children with autism.
When introduced to single tones ranging in frequency from 100 Hz to 1,000 Hz, there was a strong evoked response in typically developing children and a consistent and significant delay of about 20 milliseconds in the response of children with autism.