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divided or dividing into two sharply distinguished parts or classifications

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The flaw "excessive contact noise at landing" seems to have two separate criteria in modified TJA compared with the dichotomously scored TJA.
0; Meyer, 2011) and fit a congeneric model assuming that a single continuous latent factor underlies the dichotomously and trichotomously scored PPS items (McDonald, 1999).
Third, we calculated the compliance index dichotomously without considering the items.
Perceived accessibility of contraception is dichotomously coded, yes/no, in response to the question:
When all items in the Phonological Component Scoring Template were dichotomously assessed, the sum of correct responses for each linguistic feature (construct) was computed.
Mertz's study in analytic ontology begins with the truism that all that exists divides exhaustively, though not dichotomously, into subjects and their attributes--qualities, characteristics, modes, descriptors.
It was coded dichotomously (1 = yes; 0 = no) based upon the respondent's estimated weekly hours spent in the business sphere.
It is measured dichotomously, being the equivalent to a yes or no response to the question, did the CEO resign between the end of the prior year and the end of the disclosure year.
Participants were further asked to respond dichotomously to items inquiring about condom use, as well as insertive and receptive anal, oral, and vaginal intercourse.
Terminal hairs olive brown, coarsely roughened with spines, stout, dichotomously branched.
Stipitate and deep-rooted basidiomata, bright yellow to orange in color, dichotomously branched with pointed tips.
An alternative way of engaging students is to present dichotomously opposed economic concepts and have the students analyze them from a free-market entrepreneurship economy (capitalism) perspective versus a command-and-control economy (socialism) perspective.
The medusa is easily identified by the dichotomously branched tentacles with terminal pads of nematocysts.