tablewise

tablewise

(ˈteɪbəlˌwaɪz)
adv
1. in the form of a table or list
2. (Anglicanism) Anglican Church with reference to the position of a church's alter or holy table
3. (Archaeology) archaeol in a horizontal position
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one of them will be a sum of atoms arranged tablewise, one of them will be a collection of undetached table parts, etc.
Independent t-tests (assuming unequal variance) were conducted within each lake and month combination to test for differences ([alpha] = 0.05) in [delta][sup.13]C and [delta][sup.15]N signatures between each native species and carp and tablewise Bonferonni adjustments were made for multiple comparisons.
It would have benefitted our ancestors to believe that, for instance, there were tables even if it were not the case that atoms arranged tablewise compose tables.
O'Leary said: 'I'm disappointed, because over the last two years we have proved we are a better team than Birmingham league tablewise. But they must love playing us because we are just gifting them goals, and you can't legislate for mistakes.
Phenotypic correlation coefficients were tested using the Bonferroni-Holm sequential adjustment at a tablewise Type 1 Error rate of P = 0.01 (Rice, 1989).
Tablewise probability values were computed using the sequential Bonferroni procedure (Rice 1989).
We then adjusted the significance levels, calculating tablewise alphas by the Bonferroni sequential test (Rice 1989).
Another reason to be suspicious of TABLE can be brought out by noting a point often made in metaontological debates: that it is unclear how adequately we understand the contrast between the claim that there are simples arranged tablewise, and the claim that those simples constitute a distinct object: the table.
To determine which partial correlations differed significantly from zero, a sequential Bonferroni test was applied to each correlation matrix (Rice, 1989; Holm, 1979) so that the tablewise type 1 error rate was limited to 5%.