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Synonyms for representative

Synonyms for representative

one that is representative of a group or class

one who stands for another

serving as a symbol

serving to describe

Synonyms for representative

a member of the United States House of Representatives

an item of information that is typical of a class or group

serving to represent or typify

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standing for something else

being or characteristic of government by representation in which citizens exercise power through elected officers and representatives

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Of course, observations also misrepresent geophysical phenomena, due to accuracy, representativeness, and coverage limitations.
The proposed ADDL iteratively evaluates both informativeness and representativeness of unlabeled samples in a given pool for seeking the ones that are most beneficial for the improvement of the DPL classification performance.
Representativeness does not involve targeting particular groups for inclusion on the jury and the state is not required to address historical and systemic wrongs against Aboriginal people by targeting them for inclusion.
Hence, it is very important to analyze the spatial representativeness (SR, hereafter) of the air quality (AQ, hereafter) monitoring stations and to find out what could be the best locations studying what would happen in other possible locations around the monitoring station.
Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski stressed in his address that the new building of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was one of the most beautiful buildings in the heart of the city, raising the representativeness of the institution.
8] defined a "representativeness" measure for each sample according to its distance to nearby samples, so this criterion also can be called as representativeness.
For our organisation's continuity, equity and representativeness, it is vital we explore whether barriers to full participation exist, if the needs of overseas-trained members are being addressed, and if NZNO needs to make any changes to support these members better.
The problem of representativeness in the negotiations of the desert has been addressed in a different context this time, the closest problems having to do with who would represents who.
CDC's Updated Guidelines for Evaluating Public Health Surveillance Systems was used to assess the usefulness, simplicity, flexibility, data quality, acceptability, representativeness, timeliness, stability, sensitivity, and PVP of ESSENCE for the USAF (2).
The Dahir also ensures that the compsition of the Council combines broad-based membership, competence and know-how, women's representation and regional representativeness.
Leaving no student out is also a challenge for student unions in the sense of openness, democracy and representativeness, three pillars which the student movement ESU promotes.
These amendments bring principles of representativeness and proportionality, participation of women, ethnic groups, youth in decision making process to nothing.
Information about population representativeness and systematic biases of available VA and non-VA administrative databases could facilitate their use for veteran research.
Moving beyond the representativeness issue, let's consider getting invitations through to sample members.
This is not a trivial issue because it concerns the EU's representativeness and credibility as an entity, its recurring difficulty speaking with a single voice.