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the gist of a specific action or situation

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Readers should consider both statistical significance and clinical importance when examining the results of research studies.
3) Is the clinical difference of the therapy meaningful to the patient?(i.e., clinical significance)
However, not all believe 11:11 to hold special significance. "It is not as if we will face a sudden shift or transformation on a particular day or time.
If you are still perplexed by the difference between success (society's definition) and significance, think of significance as being those things said about, you in your eulogy.
The idea is to identify buildings and locations which have significance, from an age, architectural and aesthetic significance point of view.
Significance will now be an important material planning consideration for any planning application affecting a heritage asset.
All but the most astute BLS news release reader might overlook the note near the end of some BLS regional reports that states, "A value that is statistically different from another does not necessarily mean that the difference has economic or practical significance." This reviewer thought he understood what that meant, but after a reading of The Cult of Statistical Significance, that statement has taken on new "significance."
In this book, the economists Ziliak and McCloskey mount a passionate plea against the widespread practice of using tests of statistical significance as the primary (or even sole) criterion for assessing the plausibility of a scientific argument.
Activists from the Save the Dinedor Serpent campaign used the Freedom of Information Act to obtain an email to senior council officers, dated May 11, from the project's construction manager Mairead Lane discussing advice she had been given by an archaeologist on the Ribbon's potential significance.
This paper suggests that neither the concept of significance nor the process of assessing significance is benign; both should be seen as areas of tension and contestation.
* Acklam Hall, owned by Middlesbrough College - it is of the highest significance and must be retained and restored to the highest standards with an appropriate alternative use.
"Downtown Third Thursdays invites prominent authors, architects and historians to help impart a greater understanding of Lower Manhattan's architectural and historical significance," said Valerie Lewis, Vice President of marketing at the Downtown Alliance.
The periodic table is an icon of science, yet its significance is often overlooked, writes Scerri, a chemistry professor.
George Peate, inspired by the horrible assault on the unborn, as well as the growing awareness of what life is like in the womb, leads us to reflect on the Person of Unborn Jesus, His mission before birth, and the significance of that mission to our age and time.
In an overtly competitive environment where students' desks were placed according to class rank, taking top honors was, according to Hunter, of public significance. Girls "felt the sweet rewards of victory in conquering rivals, earning respect, and taking as prizes a seat at the front of the room" (201).