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pref·er·en·tial

 (prĕf′ə-rĕn′shəl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or giving advantage or preference: preferential treatment.
2. Manifesting or originating from partiality or preference: preferential tariff rates.

pref′er·en′tial·ism n.
pref′er·en′tial·ist n.
pref′er·en′tial·ly adv.
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Adv.1.preferentially - in a preferential manner; "he was treated preferentially"
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preferentially

[ˌprefəˈrenʃəlɪ] ADVde manera preferente, de manera preferencial

preferentially

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She further said that "Insaf Card" covers health conditions for women, preferentially, not just health and education, but jobs and economic empowerment were crucial for the poor women.
The Trinidad and Tobago government says it has no intention of 'selectively or preferentially' carrying out the laws of the island after several opposition, trade union and the media association here called for a repeal or revision of the Sedition Act.
ALKS 4230 is a novel, engineered fusion protein designed to selectively expand tumor-killing immune cells while avoiding the activation of immunosuppressive cells by preferentially binding to the intermediate-affinity interleukin-2 receptor complex.
In the experiment, NEC confirmed that base stations can support safe driving by steadily suppressing communications delay time to within 100 milliseconds by preferentially assigning radio resources to vehicles with high urgency based on the analysis results of vehicle location information, camera images of the area around the road and other data.
HAE-4 preferentially binds unlipidated aggregated apoE rather than the lipidated apoE found in circulation.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Scientists have demonstrated that the new neurons produced in adults react preferentially to reward-related sensory stimuli and help speed up the association between sensory information and reward.
This therapy operates by two methods, lysis3 and by invoking immune responses.4 In the former, it preferentially invades the cancer cells and causes them to burst open, and then the latter tags in, releasing antigens which are presented to T cells5 which instigate an immune response.
Ligands have been identified that preferentially activate one or several of the downstream pathways when compared to activation by a full ligand.
Lasers, which preferentially heat chromophores, work well for tattoo removal since a selected wavelength is preferentially absorbed by a particular chromophore, targeting tattooed tissue and sparing non-inked tissue.
It is an investigational hypoxia-activated prodrug of a bis-alkylating agent that is preferentially activated under severe tumour hypoxic conditions.
The Church in Wales was disestablished in 1920 and has no claim whatsoever to be treated preferentially from any other way of thinking, religious or non-religious.
Speakers will discuss fundamental characteristics, the methods recently designed to isolate these cells, the genes preferentially expressed in the multi-potent SC niche and the signaling pathways involved in the SC niche formation, SC maintenance and activation.