associating Examples


    Examples of associating in a Sentence

  • Examples of associate
    1. associate motions: those that occur sympathetically, in consequence of preceding motions
    2. Mr. President, I rise to associate myself with the remarks of my senior Senator from Louisiana who has led this fight successfully for many years
    3. Her mother is an associate professor of occupational and environmental medicine at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, and the chief of occupational and electrodiagnostic medicine at Cabrini Medical Center, both in New York.
    4. But John Latham, a senior research associate at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, said that there was simply no money for geoengineering, possibly because there’s a certain counterintuitiveness to shooting particles into the atmosphere.
    5. Her father is an endocrinologist and lipidologist in St. Louis and an associate professor of clinical medicine at Washington University in St. Louis.
    6. “If KSR raises the bar for nonobviousness, Judge Stein may need to rethink his conclusion that the Plavix patent is not obvious,” said C. Scott Hemphill, an associate professor of law at Columbia University .
    7. His father, a pharmacotherapist, is the associate dean for academic affairs and a professor of pharmacy practice and science at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy in Baltimore.
    8. They worked into the night and sent an associate to make an over-the-transom filing.
  • Examples of associates
    1. Religion is often a sensitive topic of discussion and should be avoided when dealing with foreign business associates.
    2. That scumbag dumped a whole carload of horseshit over his associates.
    3. "Conner and associates (1983) conducted one of the few studies comparing different censusing methods for bobcats."
    4. This hypothesis agrees with the study of Bellezza and associates who reported that plastic and hypercompliant deformation of the LC occurred in the early stage of experimental glaucoma.
  • Examples of associated
    1. particles of gold associated with other substances ‎
    2. In a frictionless world with perfect rental markets, there is an unambiguous cost associated with the use of a durable for a single period.
    3. He was not happy at the farm and went to a Western city where he associated with a homosexual crowd, being "gay," and wearing female clothes and makeup.
    4. Surprisingly, this analysis revealed that acute exposure to solvent vapors at concentrations below those associated with long-term effects appears to increase the risk of a fatal automobile accident.
    5. These forces would also seem to reflect the gender distinction that can be made with respect to the divine, the feminine associated with the divine as immanent within the finite and the masculine with the divine transcendence and the infinite.
    6. In April 2004, the Food and Drug Administration said it had received 260 reports of deaths associated with herbs and other nonvitamin, nonmineral supplements since 1989.
    7. A major factor is that a review in 2004 of 15 years’ experience in treating resistant tuberculosis at National Jewish found that “the most important single variable we had associated with favorable outcome was resectional surgery.”
  • Examples of associating
    1. Indeed, the screening of drugs with extensive polypharmacologies within phenotypic assays is an intriguing exercise in associating mechanism to phenotype.

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  3. fr association
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Difficultness: Level 4
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Definiteness: Level 1
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