coadjutant


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Synonyms for coadjutant

a person who holds a position auxiliary to another and assumes some of the superior's responsibilities

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Instead, a non-invasive micro-test technique (NMT) successfully developed by Shabala and coadjutant colleagues (Shabala and Newman, 1997; Shabala et al., 1997; Garnett et al., 2001) is widely accepted due to its precise detections on the movement of plasma membrane (PM) H+-ATPase in the Na+/H+ antiport according to ion kinetics in response to salt shock.
The increase of serum testosterone levels in diabetic animals treated with melatonin should be analyzed carefully, especially when melatonin is intended to be applied as a coadjutant in the treatment of prostate cancer for patients with metabolic disturbances, such as diabetes.
It is worth emphasizing that a simple occlusal correction is not indicated as therapy for bruxism as instituting coadjutant therapies is necessary.
It is they, he said, even more so than their clerical brethren, who willingly, lovingly, selflessly, and often anonymously embrace the seemingly subordinate role of temporal "coadjutant" providing through their labor and through their skills the sometimes menial but nevertheless essential services without which community and apostolic life would be impossible (Challenge 284).
But one wishes for a more detailed analysis, one that considers the consequences of discursive practices at the grassroots level, if it were possible, and for an account that considers alternative or coadjutant explanations for the exhaustion of Cheos in contrast to the vitality of Pentecostalism.(9)