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sub·sam·ple

 (sŭb′săm′pəl)
n.
A sample drawn from a larger sample.
tr.v. (sŭb-săm′pəl) sub·sam·pled, sub·sam·pling, sub·sam·ples
To take a subsample from (a larger sample).

subsample

(ˈsʌbˌsɑːmpəl)
n
a sample taken from an existing sample
vb (tr)
to take a subsample
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Second, estimates of creatinine-adjusted urinary fluoride (|rmol/ mmol) were available for the same subsamples.
Within subsamples, we also excluded individuals for which data on some chemicals was omitted.
We first investigated whether different measures captured academic outcomes for representative subsamples of clients.
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Gravimetrically controlled pipetting for subsamples, dilutions and blends with a high-precision weighing unit guarantees the correct volumes of the resulting samples.
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In order to determine if the validity parameter estimates were invariant across different samples, the full sample was divided in two subsamples based on their major areas.
To test these hypotheses, we use Eicher's and Leukert's (2009) approach of splitting the sample into subsamples and conducting an empirical analysis for each of them.
The study, which compiled data from nine urban areas that administered the Youth Risk Behavior Survey from 2001 to 2011, calculated the odds of physical dating violence victimization across demographic subsamples.
The American and Jordanian subsamples used 21 warning strategies, of which thirteen are shared, two are American-specific and six are Jordanian-specific.