Definition: either of the correlated things; V.
Definition: either of the correlated things; V.
Sentences Containing 'correlate'
We must be cautious in attempting to correlate as strictly contemporaneous two formations, which do not include many identical species, by the general succession of the forms of life.
He presented a series of 32 cases, including autopsies in 29 instances, to correlate the clinical and pathological features.
Several brain imaging studies using positron emission tomography and functional magnetic resonance imaging techniques have shown that higher levels of processing correlate with more brain activity and activity in different parts of the brain than lower levels.
Despite numerous studies demonstrating the central role of ammonia, ammonia levels don't always correlate with the severity of the encephalopathy; it is suspected that this means that more ammonia has already been absorbed into the brain in those with severe symptoms whose serum levels are relatively low.
Theoretically, intelligence might correlate with the absolute amount of brain an animal has after subtracting the weight of the spinal cord from the brain.
However, many field measurements correlate well to NPP.
In response to the perennial question of whether violent themes and action in video games correlate with real-life acts of violence, Flew argues that the research in this area is based mostly on a flawed cause-effect model of behaviour, and is often initiated in response to a moral panic.
This difference appears to correlate with a particular genotype (-46C/C) associated with the absence of the Duffy antigen. This genotype has only been found in black Africans and their descendants.
Prehistoric settlements at Byblos were divided up by Dunand into the following five periods, which were recently expanded and re-calibrated by Yosef Garfinkel to correlate with Jericho; Néolithique Ancien was a later settlement than others in the Beqaa Valley such as Labweh and Ard Tlaili.
The hydrocarbon composition of the larvae was found to correlate with age.
Although the obtained energies are often considered as approximations of the free energy, this physical interpretation is incorrect. Nonetheless, they have been applied with a limited success in many cases because they frequently correlate with actual (physical) free energy differences.
The presence of spiral cleavage in animals such as platyhelminths could be difficult to correlate with some phylogenies.
He was therefore able to correlate sounds captured by his new instruments with specific pathological changes in the chest, in effect pioneering a new non-invasive diagnostic tool.
Historically the name "Potsdam sandstone" was also applied to various other North American sandstone bodies that directly overlie Precambrian crystalline rocks, including sandstones in Canada, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, and Indiana, and attempts were made to identify or correlate various rocks with the Potsdam formation.
Aphasiology attempts to correlate structure to function by analyzing the effect of brain injuries on language processing.
According to Susanna Martinez-Conde, president of the Neural Correlate Society, which hosts the competition.
The core idea here is that the model does not directly correlate the activities with the sensor data, but instead breaks the activity into sub-activities (sometimes referred to as actions) and models the underlying correlations accordingly.
In physics, the principle of covariance emphasizes formulation of physical laws using only those physical quantities the measurements of which the observers in different frames of reference could unambiguously correlate.
Recently, magnetic resonance imaging has been utilized to correlate lesion size and location with area affected and severity of condition.
Particularly, the posterior insula has been mapped to correlate to pain experienced by an individual. In addition, it has been proven that the posterior insula receives a substantial amount of the inputs of the brain, and can be treated with visual, kinesthetic, and auditory inputs.
One of the advantages that laser rangefinders offer over other methods of computer vision is that the computer does not need to correlate features from two images to determine depth information as in stereoscopic methods.
The Dark Triad personality constructs tend to only correlate with disagreeableness on the Big Five Inventory, otherwise they are represented inconsistently on measures of the Big Five traits.
These records correlate with certain archaeological finds.
The MTT assays (colorimetric) and the resazurin assay (fluorimetric) dose the mitochondrial redox potential. Finally, all these assays may correlate well, or not depending on cell growth conditions and desired aspects (activity, proliferation).
"Contact" and "Power" ratings correlate to a batter's ability to connect with pitches and do so solidly, influencing batting average and extra base hits.
These results correlate with the notion that high levels of miR-129 and low SOX4 and GALNT1 levels correlate to cancer cell progression.
These findings correlate to the development of trade on the Rhine.
Changes in climate at 2.8, 1.7, and 1.0 million years ago correlate well with observed transitions between recognized hominin species.
Increased volume and activation of the left auditory cortex has been observed in people with Williams syndrome, which has been interpreted as a neural correlate of patients' rhythm propensity and fondness of music.
Years after Condon's study, American psychologist John Gottman began video-recording living relationships to study how couples interact. By studying participants' facial expressions, Gottman was able to correlate expressions with which relationships would last and which would not.
In the Pali Canon's Sutta Pitaka, "kilesa" and its correlate "upakkilesa" are affective obstacles to the pursuit of direct knowledge ("abhiñña") and wisdom ("pañña").
Densities of Hose's langurs positively correlate with tree height, height of the first bough, tree diameter, and canopy cover, and negatively with vegetation cover at low and ground level.
While the timing of the disappearances of various extinct giant tortoise species seems to correlate with the arrival of humans, direct evidence for human involvement in these extinctions is usually lacking; however, such evidence has been obtained in the case of "Meiolania damelipi" in Vanuatu.
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jetsam - things thrown from a ship (to lighten the ship)
proviso - stipulation; condition in an agreement; provision
bedizen - dress with vulgar finery
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propinquity - nearness (in space or relationship); proximity; kinship
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draught - current of air (through a room or to a fire); act of pulling roads; act of swallowing liquid or amount of liquid swallowed at a time
ruthless - pitiless; merciless; cruel