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Concordance Of Latin Vulgate Bible
Concordance can mean:Agreement (linguistics), a form of cross-reference between different parts of a sentence or phrase Concordance (publishing), a list of words used in a body of work, with their immediate contextsBible concordance, a verbal index to the Bible. Concordance (genetics), the presence of the same trait in both members of a pair of twins (or set of individuals) Concordance (medicine), involvement of patients
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Agreement (linguistics)
Agreement or concord (abbreviated agr) happens when a word changes form depending on the other words to which it relates.[2] It is an instance of inflection, and usually involves making the value of some grammatical category (such as gender or person) "agree" between varied words or parts of the sentence. For example, in Standard English, one may say I am or he is, but not "I is" or "he am". This is because the grammar of the language requires that the verb and its subject agree in person. The pronouns I and he are first and third person respectively, as are the verb forms am and is
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Concordance (publishing)
A concordance is an alphabetical list of the principal words used in a book or body of work, listing every instance of each word with its immediate context
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Bible Concordance
A Bible
Bible
concordance is a concordance, or verbal index, to the Bible. A simple form lists Biblical words alphabetically, with indications to enable the inquirer to find the passages of the Bible
Bible
where the words occur. Concordances may be for the original languages of the Biblical books, or (more commonly) they are compiled for translations.Contents1 Latin 2 Hebrew 3 Greek Septuagint 4 Greek New Testament 5 Syriac 6 English 7 Contemporary use 8 See also 9 ReferencesLatin[edit]This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (March 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)Friars of the Dominican order
Dominican order
invented the verbal concordance of the Bible
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Concordance (genetics)
Concordance, as used in genetics, usually means the presence of the same trait in both members of a pair of twins. However, the strict definition is the probability that a pair of individuals will both have a certain characteristic, given that one of the pair has the characteristic. For example, twins are concordant when both have or both lack a given trait.[1] The ideal example of concordance is that of identical twins.Contents1 Twin studies 2 Genotyping studies 3 See also 4 ReferencesTwin studies[edit] A twin study compares the concordance rate of identical twins to that of fraternal twins. This can help suggest whether a disease or a certain trait has a genetic cause. Controversial uses of twin data have looked at concordance rates for homosexuality and intelligence. Because identical twins are genetically virtually identical, it follows that a genetic pattern carried by one would very likely also be carried by the other
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Concordance (medicine)
In medicine, compliance (also adherence, capacitance) describes the degree to which a patient correctly follows medical advice. Most commonly, it refers to medication or drug compliance, but it can also apply to other situations such as medical device use, self care, self-directed exercises, or therapy sessions. Both patient and health-care provider affect compliance, and a positive physician-patient relationship is the most important factor in improving compliance,[1] The cost of prescription medication also plays a major role.[2] Compliance rates may be overestimated in the medical literature, as compliance is often high in the setting of a formal clinical trial but drops off in a "real-world" setting.[3] Compliance can be confused with concordance, which is the process by which a patient and clinician make decisions together about treatment.[4] Worldwide, non-compliance is a major obstacle to the effective delivery of health care
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Concordance Of Evidence
In science and history, consilience (also convergence of evidence or concordance of evidence) refers to the principle that evidence from independent, unrelated sources can "converge" on strong conclusions. That is, when multiple sources of evidence are in agreement, the conclusion can be very strong even when none of the individual sources of evidence is significantly so on its own. Most established scientific knowledge is supported by a convergence of evidence: if not, the evidence is comparatively weak, and there will not likely be a strong scientific consensus. The principle is based on the unity of knowledge; measuring the same result by several different methods should lead to the same answer. For example, it should not matter whether one measures the distance between the Giza pyramid complex
Giza pyramid complex
by laser rangefinding, by satellite imaging, or with a meter stick – in all three cases, the answer should be approximately the same
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Concordance System
In Swiss politics, concordance system (German Konkordanzsystem) refers to the presence of all major parties in the Federal Council, also referred to as the integration of the political opposition into government. The Concordance system is based on two principlesan arithmetic rule, proportionality: the Federal Council should be representative of the political forces of the country, that is, its composition should be similar to that of the Federal Assembly. a political rule, consensus: the government must reach a compromise, even though it is composed of antagonistic parties.One of the reasons explaining such a system (that also exists at the cantonal level, for partly similar and partly other reasons) is the "threat" of direct democracy, since a sizeable opposition could in principle "paralyse" the government by submitting too ma
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Concordance Database
LexisNexis
LexisNexis
Group is a corporation providing computer-assisted legal research as well as business research and risk management services.[2][3] During the 1970s, LexisNexis
LexisNexis
pioneered the electronic accessibility of legal and journalistic documents.[4] As of 2006, the company has the world's la
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Inter-rater Reliability
In statistics, inter-rater reliability, inter-rater agreement, or concordance, is the degree of agreement among raters. It gives a score of how much homogeneity, or consensus, there is in the ratings given by judges. It is useful in refining the tools given to human judges, for example by determining if a particular scale is appropriate for measuring a particular variable. If various raters do not agree, either the scale is defective or the raters need to be re-trained. There are a number of statistics which can be used to determine inter-rater reliability. Different statistics are appropriate for different types of measurement
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Lambda-CDM Model
The ΛCDM ( Lambda
Lambda
cold dark matter) or Lambda-CDM model
Lambda-CDM model
is a parametrization of the Big Bang
Big Bang
cosmological model in which the universe contains a cosmological constant, denoted by Lambda
Lambda
(Greek Λ), associated with dark energy, and cold dark matter (abbreviated CDM). It is frequently referred to as the standard model of Big Bang cosmology because it is the simplest model that provides a reasonably good account of the following properties of the cosmos:the existence and structure of the cosmic microwave background the large-scale structure in the distribution of galaxies the abundances of hydrogen (including deuterium), helium, and lithium the accelerating expansion of the universe observed in the light from distant galaxies and supernovaeThe model assumes that general relativity is the correct theory of gravity on cosmological scales
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Link Concordance
In mathematics, two links L 0 ⊂ S n displaystyle L_ 0 subset S^ n and L 1 ⊂ S n displaystyle L_ 1 subset S^ n are concordant if there exists an embedding f : L 0 × [ 0 , 1 ] → S n × [ 0 , 1 ] displaystyle f:L_ 0 times [0,1]to S^ n times [0,1] such that f ( L 0 × 0 ) = L 0 × 0 displaystyle f(L_ 0 times 0 )=L_ 0 times 0 and
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Concordance Correlation Coefficient
In statistics, the concordance correlation coefficient measures the agreement between two variables, e.g., to evaluate reproducibility or for inter-rater reliability.Contents1 Definition 2 Relation to other measures of correlation 3 External links 4 ReferencesDefinition[edit] Lawrence Lin has the form of the concordance correlation coefficient ρ c displaystyle rho _ c as[1] ρ c = 2 ρ σ x σ y σ x 2 + σ y 2 + ( μ x −
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Concordancia (Argentina)
The Concordancia was a political alliance in Argentina. Three Presidents belonging to the Concordance (Agustín Justo, Roberto Ortiz, and Ramón Castillo) were in power from 1931 to 1943, a period known in Argentina
Argentina
as the "Infamous Decade."Contents1 Overview1.1 Formation of the alliance 1.2 Legacy2 ReferencesOverview[edit] Formation of the alliance[edit] A coup d'état deposed the aging President Hipólito Yrigoyen
Hipólito Yrigoyen
on September 6, 1930
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Neil McPherson (artistic Director)
Neil McPherson (born London, 7 October 1969) is a Artistic Director and playwright. He was Artistic Director of the New End Theatre, Hampstead, from 1996–1997, and has been the Artistic Director of the Finborough Theatre, London, since January 1999.[1][2] He was named one of The Hospital Club 100 by Time Out and The Hospital Club[3] in 2012. He has produced over two hundred productions and co-productions with his production company Concordance.[4] He trained as an actor at the Central School of Speech and Drama
Central School of Speech and Drama
and was a member of the National Youth Theatre
National Youth Theatre
for seven years
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992 album by Vesta Williams "Special" (Garbage song), 1998 "Special
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