multiregional

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mul·ti·re·gion·al

 (mŭl′tē-rē′jə-nəl, -tī-)
adj.
1. Relating to, involving, or occurring in different regions: a multiregional swim meet.
2. also mul·ti·re·gion (-rē′jən) Operating or playable in different regions of the world, as a DVD player or DVD.

multiregional

(ˌmʌltɪˈriːdʒənəl)
adj
(Anthropology & Ethnology) (in anthropology) relating to a theory that supposes that human beings evolved independently in several areas of the world
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The time and energy required for in-depth case studies creates significant challenges for large-scale, multiregion research, and it limits our ability to generalize results across hospitals with different organizational structures and patient populations.
Genomic architecture and evolution of clear cell renal cell carcinomas defined by multiregion sequencing.
27) Whatever "manageable" meant in this context, the term implicitly reinforces the perception that the simultaneous, multithreat, and multiregion crises visualized by current Army commanders--and the entire defense community--could quickly overwhelm American air-mobility capabilities, forcing difficult operational decisions within combatant commands.
Addressing the HIV/AIDS Epidemic Among Puerto Rican People Who Inject Drugs: The Need for a Multiregion Approach.
A multiregion fuzzy logic controller for nonlinear process control," Fuzzy Systems,IEEE Transactions on, 2: 74-81.
8] used ESO in the frequency control of the multiregion load and obtained better anti-interference ability than the traditional method.
So, the results led to the conclusion that, in the LEDs mode, strong SSVEP in high frequency appeared in occipital lobe and the evoked frequencies were precisely; therefore, it was suitable to be used in spatial selective attention study especially for multiregion one.
Although measles incidence in China has decreased sharply since 2010, multiregion epidemics have again been reported, especially among adults, in recent years.
Prior to this study, the most recent multiregion assessment of family planning service quality in Kenya using the Bruce-Jain framework took place in 1989 among public facilities and identified several areas of quality in need of improvement.
Our analysis proceeds by incorporating household expenditure and income data within a multiregion CGE model of Australia.
Patent Office for technology that allows multisource, multiregion deployments of cloud-based contact center software.