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Coding represents the predominant institutional form over the previous two decades.

For both medications the predominant symptomatology was minor depressive (but not manic, mixed or schizoaffective) symptoms.

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A per capita rule would apply if egalitarian ethical considerations were predominant.

In the ten worst housed wards, labour enjoyed solid success in six while it was only predominant in the other four.

If the participation of the former type of antibody were predominant or exclusive, sera would show similar reactivities against all antigens.

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The predominant diagnoses of the hospitalized adolescents were mood or disruptive behavior disorders.

Disorganized thought (and behavior) are choice principle criteria that, when predominant, are sufficient to define the subtype.

The eastern belt, the predominant industrial labour area, is the city of chimneys of the textile mills.

Necrosis was observed in the centre of the granulomata in the latter phase of infection and fibrosis was predominant after worm expulsion.

Past efforts to train physicians have emphasized a concept of professionalism with a predominant emphasis on autonomy and benefit (with a lesser nod to justice).

Predominant symptoms upon inclusion and patient age have an impact on effectiveness and, to a lesser degree, on costs.

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While vomiting is the extreme response, the predominant functioning of the vestibular system is to restore equilibrium as rapidly as possible.

It depended on whichever member’s influence, extended through psychological alliances and conspiracies, was predominant at the time.

In these societies, polyphasic sleep-wake cycles are predominant and long periods of wakefulness for gathering and socialization processes occur at night.

The predominant method used in decision-making was discussion with medical personnel.

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