from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Preference in using one side of the body over the other.
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- n. the state or quality of being lateral
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state or condition of being lateral.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being lateral.
- n. The state or condition of having sides.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. localization of function on either the right or left sides of the brain
- n. the property of using one hand more than the other
- n. superior development of one side of the body
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In addition to the laterality of the fracture, right vs. left, the kind of fracture -- open vs. closed, location on the bone -- distal vs. proximal, and whether this was the initial or a subsequent encounter, doctors will need to be much more explicit when documenting care.
May your laterality remain compliant and your verticulosis as stiff as ever.
Half-height and full-height cover each serve a purpose, as the verticality/laterality of each is significant full-height cover is useful against elevated enemies, while half-height cover is invalidated; full-height cover forces actors to alter their lateral path while half-height can be vaulted, etc.
Scientific American on neuromorphics, laterality, apophenia »
Mind Hacks: Scientific American on neuromorphics, laterality, apophenia
Scientific American on neuromorphics, laterality, apophenia:
I am informed that the outer wall is twelve cubits in -- ah -- laterality.
Presence and laterality of brain damage predicted from responses to a short aphasia screening test.
Regardless of remaining uncertainties concerning laterality, one beneficial outcome that appears to hold up is an enhanced awareness, in education and elsewhere, of the important role of nonverbal components and forms of intellect.
Introduction 1. Observation of fetal behaviour 2. Spontaneous motor behaviour 3. Prenatal laterality 4. Behavioural states 5. Fetal responsiveness 6. Fetal behaviour in twins 7. Determinants of fetal behaviour 8. Functional assessment of the nervous system and its relevance to clinical syndromes