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Synonyms for noncyclical

not cyclic


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Comparison of naproxen with placebo for the management of noncyclical breast pain: a randomized, double-blind, controlled trial.
Mastalgia patients were grouped into cyclical and noncyclical pain categories.
An interesting question is whether bounded memory equilibria in Stackelberg-type games like the chain store game can exhibit the cyclical behavior under limited records found by Liu and Skrzypacz (2014) or have the noncyclical behavior of the mechanic game.
So far, our discussion has highlighted the noncyclical role of slow TFP growth and declining participation in explaining slow output growth.
Defensive sectors include banks, which have been subjected to significant regulatory oversight since the financial crisis and thus are taking on less risk; utilities, which are also highly regulated; and consumer noncyclical "which historically is considered a defensive sector, because it's not as dramatically impacted by the economy," Mayo said.
Soccer, a stop-and-go sport (5) is described as a noncyclical, random game, which is often interrupted by breaks (3, 6).
These figures show that the Great Falls' area economy was relatively unaffected by the Great Recession, mostly due to its dependence on the noncyclical military at Malmstrom Air Force Base.
Another method, the one used by the IMF, relies on simply observing the change in Government budget balance, which can be further separated into a cyclical and a noncyclical component, the latter being the "fiscal package"--our discretionary fiscal policy variable.
Li's analysis suggests that the observed rise in student loan balances and defaults, while certainly affected by business cycle dynamics, represents a longer term trend largely driven by noncyclical factors.
(7) observed that drug or alcohol abuse, miscarriage, heavy menstrual flow, pelvic inflammatory disease, previous cesarean section, pelvic pathology, abuse, and psychological comorbidity were associated with an increased risk of noncyclical pelvic pain.
Although the outlook for the next few years is better than it has been for some time, weak aggregate demand and noncyclical structural factors continue to hold it back.
These 168 women distinctly exhibited a dual pattern distribution of which 82% had the noncyclical type while 18% had cyclical mastalgia.
The four real datasets are quite different in their appearance and they are different in cyclical/ noncyclical, sharp/smooth, degree of noise, dimensions, and length.
A diagnostic mammogram is used to confirm or refute the presence of a mass, parenchymal distortion, asymmetry, or microcalcification seen on a screening mammogram; to further characterize an abnormality seen on screening mammogram; to diagnose a patient with breast symptoms, such as a palpable mass, abnormal nipple discharge, or noncyclical localized pain; and to localize a nonpalpable mass.