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 (kôr′ĭ-spŏn′dənt, kŏr′-)
1. One who communicates by means of letters, emails, or other forms of written messages.
2. One employed by the print or broadcast media to supply news stories or articles: a foreign correspondent.
3. One that has regular business dealings with another, especially at a distance.
4. Something that corresponds; a correlative.

cor′re·spon′dent·ly adv.


in a correspondent manner
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Then the deformation of the continuum displacement field is placed in the deformation of the crystallite correspondently through the Cauchy-Born rule, that is to say, the atomic positions are connected to the continuum fields via the local deformation gradient (Tadmor et al.
The great potential of China's biopharma market is attracting multinational companies to actively get involved, correspondently creating more investment opportunities.
But the mortality rate from breast cancer has not reduced correspondently.
The MTT and ALP assay methods were utilized to measure the activity of osteoblasts proliferation and differentiation correspondently.
Email, social networks, and online video were the most popular, with almost 85 per cent, 83 per cent and 82 per cent of users dealing with them correspondently every day.