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1) isions-to-drink, suggesting that they are specific to alcohol cues.
2) ive states thought to be common among and specific to borderline patients--was admin
3) ires a measure of informal social control specific to child maltreatment.
4) Common curricular components, specific to each area of the core content,
5) Multivariate correlates specific to foreign-born men included bing
6) 4) decreases in response strength are not specific to particular cortical laminae, a
7) orts a domain-general process, but a role specific to social cognition has also been
8) nalysis tools and member-checking methods specific to the communication systems used
9) Cultural differences also emerged specific to the impact of health care prov
10) barriers to and facilitators of adherence specific to this context.
11) was present in the ASD group, but was not specific to this time window.
12) No laboratory abnormalities are specific to thyroid storm, and the availab
13) ors from F1 hybrid mice revealed features specific to tumor samples.
14) p and individual differences which may be specific to verbally-able school-age child
15) ent offending, although the effect is not specific to violence.
16) Intra-specific sequence variations of D.
17) The inter-specific sequence differences among four s
18) In contrast, the inter-specific sequence differences among member
19) Whereas, the inter-specific sequence differences between the
20) pnad1 and 0-1.3% for pnad5, whereas inter-specific sequence differences with other m
21) The intra-specific sequence variations of P.
22) Herein, the intra-specific sequence variations within A.
23) The intra-specific sequence variations within C.
24) The intra-specific sequence variations within P.
25) ervention programs should include country-specific and culture-specific influences f
26) of health professionals giving discipline-specific and conflicting advice post-birth
27) sulted in many useful insights in program-specific and community-driven strategies f
28) Some specific and differential characteristics
29) merous researchers have tried to identify specific and nonspecific etiological facto
30) t also a true risk factor, representing a specific and potentially reversible patter
31) is said to be responsible for a number of specific and unspecific ear symptoms and p
32) In addition, megakaryocyte-specific cell surface markers showed a dra
33) edically relevant nanoparticles can cross specific cell barriers they may disseminat
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(1)15 to (19)4 types (37)2 attention (55)2 lineages
(2)9 sequence (20)3 characteristics (38)2 barriers (56)2 measures
(3)7 and (21)3 features (39)2 computational (57)2 miRNAs
(4)7 cell (22)3 job (40)2 constitutive (58)2 molecular
(5)7 variations (23)3 target (41)2 criteria (59)2 neuronal
(6)6 cognitive (24)3 tendon (42)2 deficits (60)2 or
(7)6 genes (25)3 therapy (43)2 differences (61)2 parameters
(8)6 surface (26)3 type (44)2 divergence (62)2 phytotoxicity
(9)5 antibodies (27)3 variation (45)2 effect (63)2 polymerase
(10)5 for (28)2 *null* (46)2 elements (64)2 primers
(11)5 phobias (29)2 ECM (47)2 ethnocultural (65)2 protein
(12)4 brain (30)2 IgG (48)2 extracellular (66)2 proteins
(13)4 effects (31)2 PCR (49)2 fault (67)2 recommendations
(14)4 growth (32)2 age-dependent (50)2 function (68)2 requirements
(15)4 incidence (33)2 analysis (51)2 genetic (69)2 self-efficacy
(16)4 manner (34)2 antigen (52)2 genomic (70)2 targeted
(17)4 motor (35)2 antigens (53)2 information (71)2 tests
(18)4 needs (36)2 approach (54)2 inhibitors

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--- WordNet output for specific --- =>特有の, 特効薬, 明確な, 特定の, 種の, はっきりした Overview of noun specific The noun specific has 2 senses (no senses from tagged texts) 1. particular, specific -- (a fact about some part (as opposed to general); "he always reasons from the particular to the general") 2. specific -- (a medicine that has a mitigating effect on a specific disease; "quinine is a specific for malaria") Overview of adj specific The adj specific has 4 senses (first 2 from tagged texts) 1. (39) specific -- ((sometimes followed by `to') applying to or characterized by or distinguishing something particular or special or unique; "rules with specific application"; "demands specific to the job"; "a specific and detailed account of the accident") 2. (5) specific -- (stated explicitly or in detail; "needed a specific amount") 3. specific -- (relating to or distinguishing or constituting a taxonomic species; "specific characters") 4. specific -- (being or affecting a disease produced by a particular microorganism or condition; used also of stains or dyes used in making microscope slides; "quinine is highly specific for malaria"; "a specific remedy"; "a specific stain is one having a specific affinity for particular structural elements") --- WordNet end ---