ponderosity


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Synonyms for ponderosity

the state or quality of being physically heavy

Synonyms for ponderosity

the property of being large in mass

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THE DURATION OF SOME SYMPTOMS OF WOUND HEALING, DEPENDING ON THE SEVERITY OF DEFECT (IN DAYS) Signs of early process Ponderosity of pathology CCP CCLP-1 Pallor of soft palate 3 [+ or -] 0 3 [+ or -] 1 Edema of tissues of 3.
The F ratios found for age, weight, height, abdominal circumference, body mass index and ponderosity index were not significantly (p > 0.
Effect of body size, ponderosity, and blood pressure on left ventricular growth in children and young adults in the Bogalusa Heart Study.
Mothers remember birthweights of adolescent children: the Muscatine Ponderosity Family Study.
T]he most charming girl of her circle" is described as smaller than average and "marked by a great fullness and roundness of outline" and being of "comely ponderosity.
The genetic and environmental sources of body mass index variability: the Muscatine Ponderosity Family Study.
Parity, ponderosity, and the paradox of a weight-preoccupied society.
19-21,25-28,30,35,36,38,42,43,46,48,50-57, 59-65,67) The quantitative measures included a large variety of clinical anthropometric and adiposity-specific variables such as BMIs, ponderosity indices, tricep and subscapular skin folds, body fat, and waist-to-hip ratios (Table 2).
Arterial blood pressure values in a schoolage population in Erzurum: relation with age, sex weight, height and ponderosity index.
1995) Effect of body size, ponderosity, and blood pressure on left ventricular growth in children and young adults in the Bogalusa Heart Study.