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Word: stratified

Definition: divided into classes; arranged into strata; V. stratify

Sentences Containing 'stratified'

Causes are usually anatomically divided into their location in the upper gastrointestinal tract. People are usually stratified into having either variceal or non-variceal sources of upper GI hemorrhage, as the two have different treatment algorithms and prognosis.
Despite this progress, Indians remain somewhat stratified in terms of class relative to other ethnic groups.
Destratification is a process in which the air or water is mixed in order to eliminate stratified layers of temperature, plant, or animal life.
Fuel Stratified Injection is used in nearly every petrol engined version of the Passat, ranging from 1.6 to 3.6 litres (the 1.6 litre DOHC can reach in 11.5 seconds, and for manual transmission versions), but the multi-valve 2.0 litre Turbocharged Direct Injection (TDI) I4 diesel is the most sought after version in Europe (available in both and variants).
Furthermore, Southern society was more stratified, which made the soldiers more accustomed to a hierarchy of command and were generally considered more suited to the martial lifestyle.
In deeper, stratified waters, the sharks performed a regular diel migration, spending the day below the thermocline and rising towards the surface at night.
In NFU, it is easy to check that these definitions give rise to stratified formulas.
It forms a protective barrier over the body's surface, responsible for keeping water in the body and preventing pathogens from entering, and is a stratified squamous epithelium, composed of proliferating basal and differentiated suprabasal keratinocytes.
It stratified servicemembers into three classifications: active, reserve, and retired.
Jacques Cauvin published studies of flint tools from the stratified Neolithic and Chalcolithic sites in 1962.
Located near Point Pleasant in Clermont County, it is a heavily stratified site, with nearly 8,000 years of occupation.
Low levels of oxygen causes levels of phosphorus to rise in the bottom of the lake during winters and during summers when the lake is stratified.
Scholars have characterised the Indian community in colonial times as being diverse and highly stratified along class lines.
She has extensively written about the social disparities emanating from the stratified educational system in the country.
Sumba has a highly stratified society based on castes.
The function (predicate) formula_150 is neither a function nor a set in either theory; in ZFC, this is true because such a set would be too large, and, in NFU, this is true because its definition would not be stratified.
The idea that "all" geological strata were produced by a single flood was rejected in 1837 by theologian Buckland who wrote: Some have attempted to ascribe the formation of all the stratified rocks to the effects of the Mosaic Deluge; an opinion which is irreconcilable with the enormous thickness and almost infinite subdivisions of these strata, and with the numerous and regular successions which they contain of the remains of animals and vegetables, differing more and more widely from existing species, as the strata in which we find them are placed at greater depths.
The main characters include William Rackham, the unwilling heir to a perfume business; Agnes, William's brittle, long-suffering "mad wife in the attic"; and Sugar, a decidedly unconventional and strong-willed young prostitute whose intense affair with William gives her the opportunity to climb to a higher perch in the rigidly stratified class system of the time.
The Rock of Cashel, to which the town below owes its origin, is an isolated elevation of stratified limestone, rising abruptly from a broad and fertile plain, called the Golden Vale.
The Viceroyalty had a stratified social hierarchy on race, with the purest white Europeans on top, who had the most civil rights.
Warming oceans are likely to become stratified, with most ocean nutrients trapped in the cold bottom layers while most of the light needed for photosynthesis in the warm top layer.

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