"You don't know what you're talkin' about." Sarah paused to laugh in mirthless discordance
. "Watch for the babies to come.
As they sit listening to the solemn swell, the confidence of last night rises in young Edwin Drood's mind, and he thinks how unlike this music is to that discordance
Be it political discordance
, religious differences or a robbery albeit alleged by a 16-year-old boy, we seem to only find solutions in extreme action to the extent of committing cold-blooded murder.
It said that the visit is in discordance
with the kingdom's trends and policies to boost citizenship and defend the kingdom's sovereignty against all attempts to encroach on it.
In sections on seasons, engines, and discordance
, they consider such topics as weathering time in the Wanderer, a portrait of the translator as Grendel's Mother: the postcolonial feminist polyphony of Meghan Purvis' Beowulf, the Paris Psalter and English literary history, kenning and things: towards an object-oriented skaldic poetics, and spoiled and eaten: figures of absorption in medieval English poetry.
Biomarkers were evaluated by 3 breast pathologists (I.J.B., S.J., and A.N.), with special attention to any histologic discordance
(eg, negative staining for ER or PR in mucinous, tubular, or invasive lobular carcinoma, grade 1) or lack of appropriate external or internal positive controls.
He said this would avoid the problem of discordance
voices that usually come out of such meetings, he noted often leave the public without real facts of the deliberations.
Neves et al18 identified that in twin gestations the prediction of foetal birth weight discordance
on ultrasound is limited which is contrary to our study as in our study majority of the estimated foetal weights on ultrasound were accurate.
Among them is the discordance
question, doctor-patient confidentiality, church confessions and miracles, et cetera.KIRAGU KARIUKU, Nyeri
In eating disorders research, examining concordance (i.e., agreement) and discordance
(i.e., disagreement) with triadic data is not unique (Hoste, Lebow, & Le Grange, 2015; Winn et al., 2007), however it is limited mostly to clinical samples (Dancyger, Fornari, Scionti, Wisotsky, & Sunday, 2005; Waller, Calam, & Slade, 1988).
ORLANDO -- Significant discordance
exists between average glucose and hemoglobin [A.sub.1c] measures in patients with certain comorbidities, according to findings from a retrospective chart review.