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predicator

(ˈprɛdɪˌkeɪtə)
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(Grammar) (in systemic grammar) the part of a sentence or clause containing the verbal group; one of the four or five major components into which clauses can be divided, the others being subject, object, adjunct, and (in some versions of the grammar) complement
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Noun1.predicator - an expression that predicates
grammatical construction, construction, expression - a group of words that form a constituent of a sentence and are considered as a single unit; "I concluded from his awkward constructions that he was a foreigner"
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This are critical predicators of a new, fair and thoroughly above board process of hiring workers.
We will also identify clinical predicators of diabetes remission and relapse," says John Kirwan, PhD, principal investigator and director of the Metabolic Translational Research Center at Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute.
Maternal anxiety and depression, poverty and marital relationship factors during early childhood as predicators of anxiety and depressive symptoms in adolescence.
Predicators for weight gain in children treated for severe acute malnutrition: a prospective study at nutritional rehabilitation center.
In univariate analysis (Figure 2 and Table 5), the identified predicators of prediabetes are as follows: Age--when compared to the young (18-35 years), the prevalence was higher among the age group of 36-50 years and 51-65 years with odds ratio (OR [95% CI]) 3.
Wald statistics were used to examine the significance of the regression coefficients in support of the hypothesized predicators.
Together, initiation, duration and exclusivity have translated into meaningful predicators of infant health.
Acculturation, language use, and demographic variables as predicators of career self-efficacy of Latino career counseling clients.
In effect, her simple predicators provided readers with a very partial image of how exactly she got in the house, how her friend had told her about her misfortune, or how hard her friend was crying.
International multicenter term PROMstudy;evaluation of predicators of neonatal infection ininfants born to patients with PROM at term.