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Synonyms for stratification

the act or process or arranging persons into classes or social strata

the condition of being arranged in social strata or classes within a group

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forming or depositing in layers

a layered configuration

the placing of seeds in damp sand or sawdust or peat moss in order to preserve them or promote germination

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Hospital readmissions was the metric most favorably impacted by health risk stratification, according to respondents; 65 percent reported a decrease in hospitalizations as a result of patient segmentation.
For cold stratification treatment, seeds from central and lateral branches were separately imbibed and incubated in Petri dishes between moist filter paper layers at 5[degrees]C (in darkness).
In Sharryn Kasmir's analysis of class and labour stratification in the Saturn auto plant, she confounds the conventional tendency to find a labour aristocracy in the analysis of the stratification of labour, and opts instead for a dialectic analysis of "privilege and dispossession" (268) that underlies the making of working classes and the working class solidarity (that is, consciousness) both nationally and internationally.
ANOVA indicated that all characteristics were affected by scarification and stratification x scarification interaction (p [less than or equal to] 0.
3] at 500 ppm (10 mL) and 1000 ppm (10 mL) (Gibberelex, Valent BioSciences) for 24h, and stratification at +4[degrees]C for 7, 14 and 21 days.
Risk stratification systems serve multiple purposes, including guiding decision-making, providing clinical trial design stratification options or facilitating inter-physician or organizational data/outcome exchange by the establishment of a common nomenclature.
With her methodological and comparative presentation in place and with Goody's research on social stratification as a guide, Lemos then turns in chapters four and five to an examination of social stratification in ancient Israel and Judah (from Iron I to 586 B.
Key words: Alces alces, aerial surveys, boosted regression trees, cum [square root of f] rule, land cover types, Poisson regression, stratification.
The combination of chilled floor and DV may increase the draft risk at ankle level as well as discomfort due to temperature vertical stratification compared to a "DV-only" system.
he also detected that cold stratification increased germination, but results were not consistent among sites and years.
The degree of stratification depending on molecular weight and their mutual ratio was determined using ATR-FTIR spectroscopy, differential scanning calorimetry, microscopy techniques, adhesion tests, and surface tension measurements.
The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) guidelines for pre-exercise screening and risk stratification are intended for community settings, but it is unclear whether this system is applicable in outpatient physical therapy practice settings.
Thermal stratification phenomenon is often utilized in efficient thermal storage systems and hence the main focus in relevant studies was on the influences of various parameters on preserving the thermal stratification.
During different eras, different values and weights are applied to the political, economic, social, and human capitals by the government to establish the logic and justification of China's stratification of class and status of the time.
Pierre et Marie Curie) and Cambon (mechanics, French National Center for Scientific Research) draw upon their significant research in their examples, and consider the needs of the practitioner in their organization, starting with an explanation of the statistical analysis of homogeneous turbulent flows and moving on to incompressible homogeneous isotropic turbulence, including pure rotation (anisotropic) strain, pure shear, buoyancy and stable stratification.