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not to a significant degree or amount

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Number of diseased flocks for LPAI H9N2 changed insignificantly (P>0.
Lowest SPS activity was seen with the application of 100 kg N ha-1 to Peizataifeng, though it was insignificantly different from others.
The results of Makstil's performance show that this year by the end of June 93,463 tons of steel products were sold, which is insignificantly less in comparison with the same period of last year when 93,950 tons were sold, which is far from Makstil's full capacity.
Atrial fibrillation was insignificantly associated with coronary artery disease (p=0.
Patient's physiological responses insignificantly changed.
The oil prices have declined insignificantly by over 50 per cent in just six months period from $107.
During the review period, consumer goods prices skyrocketed as a result of various inflation phases while average income increased insignificantly.
ABU DABy (CyHAN)- The HSBC purchasing managers index ( PMI) for the non-oil private sector in the United Arab Emirates ( UAE) dipped insignificantly in July whereas new orders, new exports and job creation continued to expand at a solid rate, said the British bank.
The buyer expects this deal to have a low single-digit accretion to its earnings per share from 2016 and impact insignificantly EPS next year.
The vodka prices grew insignificantly, much less than prices for food products.
On the other hand, the number of attacks on online stores increased insignificantly by 8.
The MICEX Index increased insignificantly in yesterday's main session, surpassed the level of 1400 points, and closed at 1398.
DRAFT GUIDANCE released by NICE has recommended the acetonide intravitreal implant, Iluvien, for the treatment of chronic diabetic macular oedema in pseudophakic patients who are found to respond insignificantly to alternative treatments which are available.
7 Estrogen increases high density lipoprotein cholesterol, triglycerides and insignificantly alters total cholesterol whereas progestin decreases high density lipoprotein cholesterol levels.
They have found that for long horizon data, the estimated slope coefficients are generally positive and insignificantly different from the unity.