paradoxical


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Synonyms for paradoxical

Synonyms for paradoxical

seemingly contradictory but nonetheless possibly true

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You have changed in many respects since your marriage, and for the better," said Sergey Ivanovitch, smiling to Kitty, and obviously little interested in the conversation, "but you have remained true to your passion for defending the most paradoxical theories.
For this reason, they call the phase paradoxical sleep.
Spontanaeous paradoxical herniation post craniectomy
According to economic expert Abdulmenaf Bexheti, this idea is paradoxical.
Phenomena addressed include superior sensory performance post brain lesion, talent in developmental disorders such as autism, creativity in neurological and psychiatric conditions, instances where non human species outperform human species, and other paradoxical and unexpected puzzles in neuroscience.
Functional stridor due to paradoxical vocal cord movements, though rare, may pose a significant diagnostic dilemma resulting in an inappropriate airway intervention (1).
This includes paradoxical TB-associated IRIS and antiretroviral treatment (ART) associated TB with provisional case-definition of unmasking TB-associated IRIS14.
He employs an inductive method to reach this conclusion, arguing that the classical (patristic) interpretations of the teachings are paradoxical and that thus far no modern theologian has avoided paradox without falling into heterodoxy (famously, modalism, tritheism, and subordinationism in the case of trinitarian doctrine).
Provides a reliable effort signal that eliminates effort signal loss and false paradoxical signal.
In another paradoxical twist, he has maintained close ties with Venezuelan leftist leader, Hugo Chavez, while simultaneously consulting with financial powerbrokers whose help he will need in order to reduce poverty in the country.
In about one fourth of the population, however, foramen ovale remains open for life and has been associated with cerebrovascular accidents, especially in younger patients, presumably through paradoxical embolism.
The format is one of an unobtrusive facing-page commentary highlighting the simplicity, balance, and learning from life's paradoxical truths.
She was also diagnosed with paradoxical vocal cord motion (PVCM) by an otolaryngologist.
Whatever happened, for example, to coincidental, paradoxical, and surprising?