from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Directed upon the group rather than the individual; pertaining to the interest of the group.


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  • We played some bowling, basketball, archery, and dog frisbee, and the most fun — group-wise, at least — seems to be bowling.

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  • The report also includes bank group-wise analysis of maturity mismatch between deposits and advances.

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  • The configuration of a plurality of nozzle rows-the nozzles being controlled and/or supplied in a common, group-wise or separate manner-also falls within the scope of the present invention, it being preferably provided in general that the nozzles are equidistant from one another. Notable Patent Applications - 07/01/2010

  • Automated procedures were considered unsuitable and appropriate transformations (none, square root or log) were selected by visual inspection of the group-wise distribution of the raw data for each single protein.

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  • I came home and sent a group-wise email to friends in Canton, Federal Hill and UMMS.

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  • Asked how the training is being imparted to militants, he said it was in group-wise and every militant group has different camps for trainings.

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  • Horgan GW, Dempfle L (2002) Relative expression software tool (REST) for group-wise comparison and statistical analysis of relative expression results in real-time PCR.

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  • If this hypothesis is correct, it might explain not only the origins of our general capacity for normative judgment and motivation, but also the widespread tendency for social rules or norms historically to emphasize such things as group identity, loyalty and cohesion, and to focus largely on the regulation of violence and sex; and it might help to explain widespread dispositions toward social conformity, concern with reputation and social standing, tendencies for group-wise scorning or punishment of the disloyal, and the power of emotions such as resentment, guilt and shame.

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  • Once people hear what we're doing, once the schedule gets out there - the phone is ringing now more than in the last two months because the weather is getting better - group-wise we're going to be OK. " local, state, business and sports news


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