(n.) State of agreeing; harmony of opinion, statement, action, or character; concurrence; concord; conformity; as, a good agreement subsists among the members of the council.
(n.) Concord or correspondence of one word with another in gender, number, case, or person.
(n.) A concurrence in an engagement that something shall be done or omitted; an exchange of promises; mutual understanding, arrangement, or stipulation; a contract.
(n.) The language, oral or written, embodying reciprocal promises.
(1) The predicted non-Lorentzian line shapes and widths were found to be in good agreement with experimental results, indicating that the local orientational order (called "packing" by many workers) in the bilayers of small vesicles and in multilamellar membranes is substantially the same.
(2) The highest rate of discontinuation occurred when method choice was denied in the presence of husband-wife agreement on method choice, and the lowest rate occurred when method choice was granted in the presence of such concurrence.
(3) At the heart of the payday loan profit bonanza is the "continuous payment authority" (CPA) agreement, which allows lenders to access customer bank accounts to retrieve funds.
(4) Interadjudicator agreement was stronger on 'originality' than on 'aesthetic pleasingness'.
(5) The prospectus revealed he has an agreement with Dorsey to vote his shares, which expires when the company goes public in November.
(6) Reasonably good agreement is seen between theoretical apparent rate-vesicle concentration relationships and those measured experimentally.
(7) The data for the eubacterial ribosomes are in full agreement with the model of the 50S protein topography derived from immunological data.
(8) Cytochemical studies on renal peroxisomes were in agreement with these biochemical findings.
(9) Amid the acrimony of the failed debate on the Malaysia Agreement, something was missed or forgotten: many in the left had changed their mind.
(10) The White House denied there had been an agreement, but said it was open in principle to such negotations.
(11) Couples in need of help will be "encouraged" to come to a private agreement.
(12) In agreement with the data in the literature, melanocytes incubated with IFN-gamma acquire HLA-DR, -DQ, and -DP antigens.
(13) These calculated values are compared with observed values and implications of the agreement are discussed.
(14) In 0.17 M Na+(aq), tRNA(Phe) exists in its native conformation and the number of strong binding sites (Ka greater than or equal to 10(4)) was estimated to be 3-4 by titration experiments, in agreement with X-ray structural data for crystalline tRNA(Phe) (Jack et al., 1977).
(15) These data were in agreement with those from a previous comparative study which had a very different research design and a somewhat different type of schizophrenic population.
(16) There was good agreement between the survival of normally oxygenated cells in culture and bright cells from tumors and between hypoxic cells in culture and dim cells from tumors over a radiation dosage range of 2-5 Gray.
(17) Herman Van Rompuy, the European Council president chairing the summit, hoped to finesse an overall agreement on the banking supervisor.
(18) Time-resolved tyrosine fluorescence anisotropy shows global correlation times broadly in agreement with the NMR results, but with an additional faster correlation time [approximately 600 ps].
(19) Off The Hook has facilities of up to £30,000 from the bank, a signatory to the Project Merlin agreement.
(20) Analysts say Zuma's lawyers may try to reach agreement with the prosecutors, while he can also appeal against yesterday's ruling before the constitutional court.
(n.) A state of agreement; harmony; union.
(n.) Agreement by stipulation; compact; covenant; treaty or league.
(n.) Agreement of words with one another, in gender, number, person, or case.
(n.) An agreement between the parties to a fine of land in reference to the manner in which it should pass, being an acknowledgment that the land in question belonged to the complainant. See Fine.
(n.) An agreeable combination of tones simultaneously heard; a consonant chord; consonance; harmony.
(n.) A variety of American grape, with large dark blue (almost black) grapes in compact clusters.
(v. i.) To agree; to act together.
(1) Between 22 HLA-identical siblings and 16 two-haplotype different siblings, a significant difference in concordance of reactions for the B-cell groups was noted.
(2) In gram positive organisms, the concordance was lower only for the differentiation between group D streptococci and enterococci.
(3) High concordance was observed between a positive test and relapse during the period of study (chi-square = 27.53, P less than 0.001).
(4) In late-passage and cloned HUT102 cells, an increase in HTLV production was concordant with a decrease in constitutive interferon production and the loss of mature T lymphocyte antigens.
(5) The concordance, sensitivity, and specificity of proxy reports about partners' occupation, smoking, and drinking were examined in relation to self-reports.
(6) Results with the two EIA systems were concordant and detected 13 positive samples, each of which was confirmed by WB.
(7) The previous Ba’athist and Shia governments tried to deviate the Muslim generation from their path through their educational programmes that concord with their governments and political whims.
(8) Three donors (12%) were concordantly positive for HBV DNA and hepatitis B e antigen (HBeAg) and had IgM antibody to hepatitis B core antigen (anti-HBc).
(9) To elucidate the relationship between the presence of anti-Tax antibody and the transmission of the viral infection, annual consecutive serum samples from married couples serologically discordant or concordant for HTLV-I were examined.
(10) The concordance for this disease in these two patients of nonconsanguineous parentage with no family history of the disorder suggests the possibility of sublethal intrauterine injury to anterior horn cells.
(11) These bounds require an investigator to specify a range of possible concordances for the times to occurrences of the competing risks.
(12) A comparative study between MAR test and IBT in 142 seminal samples is presented by the authors and their concordance with TAT and SIT is also evaluated.
(13) An interpretation is given: if the mutated gene(s) has its effect in early embryological stages, affected relatives may have any type of CHD, but if the alteration occurs later, concordance is expected to be found.
(14) These methods have been implemented as a collection of short microcomputer programmes, and applied to the study of the temporal relationship between beta-endorphin and cortisol in normal subjects sampled every 10 min for 24 h. This analysis demonstrated concordance between events in the two series, with synchronous occurrence of beta-endorphin and cortisol release events significantly more frequently than expected on the basis of random association (p less than 0.01).
(15) In order to incorporate concordant patents, fuzzy subsets are employed, with the number of attempts required to achieve transitive closure being the values for comparison.
(16) The correlation was less concordant in patients with intracranial vascular malformations or lesions involving cranial bones.
(17) There was concordance amongst the three groups in some areas but there were also differences between patients, R.N.
(18) Therefore, even given the existence of concordant cases, without inquiring precisely into the quality or degree of anorexia nervosa, it is not possible to conclude that hereditary factors play a determining role in the etiology of anorexia nervosa.
(19) Up to now, to interpret antibiotic susceptibility tests, the common practice has been to use: first, breakpoints without any quantitative justification, secondly, concordance curves between the different measurement techniques; these are not well adapted to the heterogeneous character of bacterial populations.
(20) In 1967-1969 survey the ratio of observed to expected concordance for smoking was higher among the monozygotic twins than among the dizygotic twins for those who had never smoked (overall rate ratio, 1.38; 95 percent confidence interval, 1.25 to 1.54), for former smokers (overall rate ratio, 1.59; 95 percent confidence interval, 1.35 to 1.85), for current cigarette smokers (overall rate ratio, 1.18; 95 percent confidence interval, 1.11 to 1.26), and for current cigar or pipe smokers (overall rate ratio, 1.60; 95 percent confidence interval, 1.22 to 2.06).