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in an inverse or contrary manner

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1 per 100 live births were inversely correlated with the maternal mortality ratio.
Analysis of more than 200,000 people in the US and China found "nut intake was inversely associated with risk of total mortality".
For children, consumption of eggs, fruit, meat and milk [greater than or equal to] 3 times per week were inversely associated with all three conditions (current and severe).
The study found that median housing value is inversely associated with hypertension in black women, independent of their individual risk factors such as weight and physical inactivity.
Similarly, concentrations of PCBs and diphtheria antibodies were inversely correlated in blood from 18-month-olds, the team reports in the August PLoS Medicine.
IGFBP-3 levels were strongly correlated with IGF-I levels, but inversely correlated with VEGF levels, and inversely related to smoke exposure.
Its success is inversely proportional to our failures.
Similarly, in the model controlling for the behavior of teenagers' friends, youth who had moved shortly before Wave 1 did not have an elevated likelihood of beginning to have intercourse; sexual initiation was positively associated with peers' delinquency and inversely associated with their grade point average.
The incidence of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL) has increased in parallel with the incidence of cutaneous melanoma, and in Europe the incidence correlates inversely with latitude.
The consequent job loss depends inversely on labor productivity in manufacturing, which rises strongly through time.
But on holidays and at weekends, it will become a public park, taking new forms by drawing electricity from the grid, so the area dedicated to recreation is inversely proportional to the energy consumed.
the mileage allowance here is paid for expenses reasonably expected to be incurred and does not vary, inversely with the commission based on the number of bouts worked.
In a widely-cited study of 42,000 women covering 15 years, mortality rates for all causes were inversely associated with the total number of recommended foods consumed: The more high-quality foods you eat, the lower your risk of death.
Variations inversely related to changes in the fair value of the issuer's equity shares, for example, a written put option that could be net share settled.
Obligations that could be settled with shares, "the monetary value of which is fixed, tied solely or predominantly to a variable such as a market index, or varies inversely wit the value of the issuers' shares.