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reporter

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letter writer

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something closely resembling or analogous to something else

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someone who communicates by means of letters

a journalist employed to provide news stories for newspapers or broadcast media

similar or equivalent in some respects though otherwise dissimilar

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Correspondently, the relative modified advantage's formula for E economic entity will be:
There are significant statistical differences between boys and girls concerning test/exam anxiety (TAI--total and emotionality factor, respectively: t = -4.25; p = < .05; t = -5.03; p < .05), self-criticism Inadequate Self dimension (t = -3.98; p < .05), social anxiety (anxiety and avoidance subscales, correspondently: t = -5.08; p < .05 and t = -4.36; p < .05), and, last, acceptance and mindfulness (t = 3.93; p < .05).
As global warming and climate change related drought events become more frequent and severe regionally and globally, the frequency and burned area of forest fires, especially large, severe, fires tend to increase correspondently [1].
Table 7 shows that values of each target [F.sub.1] and [F.sub.2] change correspondently when [w.sub.1] varies, which means that different settings of the weight will result in different decisions.
The research results about contact pressure regularities that change with time, are shown in figure 5a and 5b, while processing average amplitude of AE signals and signals from the strain gauges output correspondently. Points A and B in figure 5, a, b are the definition points of contact pressure at the moment of seizing.
Whereas conventional theatre enjoys greater freedom, it "makes correspondently greater demands on the audience," who are "no longer passive spectators, but an integral part of the drama" (12).
Correspondently, as mentioned above, the first density peak of secondary feather follicles occurred at E26, and the diameter of secondary feather bulbs reached the first highest point at E24, and then sharply descended to the lowest point at E26 during embryonic stage.
Correspondently, it makes no sense for the Court to sort out the Constitution's meaning by looking to the American people, who do not care about constitutional principles: while only one in four Americans can name more than one of the five freedoms guaranteed by the First Amendment, more than half can name at least two members of the Simpsons cartoon family.
A child, for instance, learns to say that his/her eyes are blinking and then reacts to them correspondently. Before being taught about that, the blinking of his/her eyes is an undifferentiated event.
In cases where there is a restraint on marketability, the availability of bank financing may be limited, and the value of the interests is correspondently reduced.
Correspondently, 8 h after the administration of 1,25[(OH).sub.2][D.sub.3], mean (SE) circulating concentrations of 1,25[(OH).sub.2][D.sub.3] were 1.6 (0.3)-fold higher than the concentrations at the time of ingestion (n = 6; R = 0.645), as shown in Fig.
This is expected, since commercial lumber has a higher SG and MC among-sample variation than the defect-free sapwood stakes and, correspondently, greater retention variability.
The byzantine complexity of the tax code provides countless opportunities to devise correspondently complex financial transactions with substantial artificial losses that can be claimed as deductions to shelter income.
Then the deformation of the continuum displacement field is placed in the deformation of the crystallite correspondently through the Cauchy-Born rule, that is to say, the atomic positions are connected to the continuum fields via the local deformation gradient (Tadmor et al., 1996) [8].
in [14] applying MoM to PC clusters for calculation correspondently of scattering by large 3D objects and currents distribution.