Altaian


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Al`ta´ian


a.1.Of or pertaining to the Altai, a mountain chain in Central Asia.
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(6.) Moher D, Liberati A, Tetzlaff J, Altaian DG; PRISMA Group.
The standard errors can be useful as a measure of variation in comparison to the mean regardless of the underlying distribution of the data (Altaian and Bland 2005).
Exports reached $204m during 2011-2012 and $458m during 2015-2016 according to State Bank of Pakistan calculations (Altaian 2015; Khan 2011; Khan and Lew 2018).
"ABS Altaian Warwick provided superior guidance throughout the process and we are looking forward to a long-term relationship with Santander Bank."
In the years prior to Parenthood, dramatic ensemble casts were usually associated with art filmmakers including Robert Altaian and John Sayles, but intergenerational multicast narratives were much more rare.
ADF&PCD New York, The Altaian Building & Metropolitan Pavilion, 135 W 18th St, New York, NY.
Altaian's Z-score was criticized based on its assumptions of normal distribution of explaining variables.
Greene Science Center at Columbia University (2016), and the Altaian Clinical and Translational Research Institute at the University of California, San Diego (2016).
Listing the best-known snipers, Shlikhter clearly adhered to the principle of "proletarian internationalism," specifying the nationality of "representatives" of various peoples of the USSR: an Azeri, a Russian, a Ukrainian, a Georgian, an Altaian, a Kazakh, and a Iakut.