Example sentences for: deriving

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  • A complete description of the method for deriving lifetime and age-conditional probability estimates of being diagnosed with cancer is given elsewhere [ 8 ] . Probability estimates of developing cancer are reported across the age span and interpreted as the probability that the average child born today will be diagnosed with the disease by age x . This statistic assumes that the current rates upon which the probability estimates are based will remain constant over the child's lifetime.

  • Four of the VH1 products (F5-2c4, F5-3a4, F5-3b4 and 5c-4m6) deriving from different slides had an identically rearranged CDR3 and consecutively represent members of an expanding B lymphocyte clone (Fig.

  • Deriving from an old French word, huré , meaning `bristly' or `stubbled,' the epithet was originally coined by French fur traders, hard-living, robust fellows who trapped and hunted in the vicinity of the Great Lakes.

  • To some researchers, case studies are synonymous with methods of data collection deriving from anthropology, psychology, and sociology.

  • In a bare six and a half pages Rybakin takes us on a crash course in the history of English first names, from Anglo-Saxon Æthelbeald to the titlederived names of modern times such as Duke and Earl . He rightly devotes part of his survey to a consideration of surnames as first names, although in his main entries names of this type such as Bradley, Chester, Clifford, and Seymour are simply explained as deriving `from the surname.


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