corelative


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corelative

(kəʊˈrɛlətɪv)
adj
correlative
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Effect of marriage on risk for onset of alcohol use disorder: A longitudinal and corelative analysis in a swedish national sample.
Van Oordt PG, J Peute, R Van Den Hurk, WJ Viveen (1987) Annul corelative changes in gonads and pituitary gonadotropes of feral African catfish, Clarias gariepinus.
In Jalonke, the relative pronoun naaxan (PL naaxee) appears in initial position of a corelative clause.
Of course, Vattimo believes that genuine rules--in the sense of being corelative to fakes--could only be made sense of in terms of objective reason and objective truth, and that these are what postmodernity invites us to reject; but we have a right to ask whether the invitation is compelling.
Linear Dreams begins with a heartbeat and its visual corelative, a pulsing line from which all things spring.
12) Both the fictional world projected by the text and the "real" world of the reader, in which text and reader alike ordinarily figure as objects, are included as corelative participants in the interpretive ontology of the poem happening as an event of address by being interpreted as such.