aberrance


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The color scale represents the relative levels of pathway aberrance. Horizontal axis is samples; vertical coordinate is differential pathways.
In the Indian and West Asian context--the region most proximate to that in which A Passage to India is set--the hyena is a powerful means of thinking about ambiguity, perversion, inversion, aberrance, deviance, deceit, necrophagy, protective magic, love, and fertility.
A sharp elevation in systemic vascular resistance is thought to be one precipitating factor, with an aberrance of cerebral autoregulation of blood flow being another.
Research evidence suggests that abusive supervision has significant negative effects on the outcome of workers at workplace since it creates interpersonal aberrance [16] and also it has effects on lower job performance [17].
Aberrance of temperature from normal range (fever or HT) is associated with more deaths and poorer neurologic outcomes (Childs et al., 2006; Sacho, Vail, Rainey, King, & Childs, 2010).
Some of her conclusions are equally suspect, as when she states confidently the feminist truism that "a complete account of womens relations can only be assembled when aberrance and deviation are also included" (14).
The deputy chairman of the General Sufi Academy, Abdel-Salam al-Kasanzani, underscored the need to take further actions to close all Shiite schools which spread "aberrance" in the society.
It'll be fascinating to look at the data for years 9 and 10 to see if that's just a statistical aberrance or that very low risk of nonvertebral fractures persists," Dr.
The limits of this terrain are at once marked and determined by such things as compendia of black artists' work, or accounts of watersheds and breakdowns in debates about the exemplariness of "positivity" of certain representations, the aberrance of others, and the much-discussed "transcendence" of race by some.
(86) Jacobson has observed that in European systems, heterogeneity is considered "an aberrance, a failure, a departure from the norm" which "threatens social order, as they understand social order." (87) These systems (influenced by French law) take pride in a "collegial judicial culture" which is defined by unanimity and anonymity.
We add to this literature an explicit emphasis on racial differentiation and biological aberrance, arguing that understanding the let die part of biopolitics requires greater attention to the categorization of bodies.
Early in the narrative, Shelley flags Frankenstein's aberrance by his preoccupation with the ancient authors of natural philosophy.
Aberrance from this into hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism may catalyze effects on blood glucose regulation in diabetic patients.
Find areas of claim- or provider-level aberrance that you wouldn't otherwise know about without labor-intensive paid claims auditing or pure serendipity.
Fortunately, aberrance indices can be deemed as an adequate option for CDMs because of their in-depth reflections on students' misconceptions without through large samples or complex estimation requirements (Liu, Douglas & Henson, 2009; Liu & Yu, 2011; Seol, 1999).