(a.) Having resemblance or similitude; similar; without difference.
(adv.) In the same manner, form, or degree; in common; equally; as, we are all alike concerned in religion.
(1) Our campaign has been going for some time and each step in our progress has been hard won, by campaigners paid and volunteer alike.
(2) The agreement, hailed as a "landmark" deal and a breakthrough by politicians and the green lobby alike, came before a crucial EU summit opening in Brussels tomorrow at which 27 prime ministers and presidents are supposed to finalise an ambitious package to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 20% by 2020.
(3) Thanks to the groundbreaking technology and heavy investment of a new breed of entertainment retailers offering access services, we are witnessing a revolution in the entertainment industry, benefitting consumers, creators and content owners alike.” ERA acts as a forum for the physical and digital retail sectors of music, and represents over 90% of the of the UK’s entertainment retail market.
(4) The public and private sectors alike must do what is necessary to stop global warming," Gore told the Guardian.
(5) Now she’s a senior Aboriginal health worker and runs bush medicine clinics for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people alike, as well as running women’s programs to teach young women about things like safe sex, pregnancy and motherhood.
(6) CD rats were much less responsive to mPOA stimulation (spaced electrodes) than O-M rats, but the responses of both strains to tuberal stimulation were essentially alike.
(7) The unsuppressed and inappropriate renin secretion from the ischemic nephrons impairs renal function in ischemic and hyperfiltering nephrons alike, but in very different ways.
(8) Then those decisions themselves begin to change and such changes become part of a new market calculation for investors and politicians alike.
(9) Extensive research among the Afghan National Army – 68 focus groups – and US military personnel alike concluded: "One group sees the other as a bunch of violent, reckless, intrusive, arrogant, self-serving profane, infidel bullies hiding behind high technology; and the other group [the US soldiers] generally views the former as a bunch of cowardly, incompetent, obtuse, thieving, complacent, lazy, pot-smoking, treacherous, and murderous radicals.
(10) The proposal for a privacy objective drew broad support, from privacy advocates, private submitters, law enforcement and investigative agencies alike,” the committee said in its report.
(11) There are no differences in allele frequencies in 2L3 arrangements from any of the widely separated seven different populations; similarly the allele frequencies in the 2L arrangement are alike in all five widely separated populations studied.
(12) The article is also intended to act as a comprehensive guide for students, nurses, medical practitioners and specialists alike, to bring them up to date in new concepts in history taking, physical examination and the sexually explicit aspects of family planning.
(13) An inspiration to nurses and physicians alike, Marie touched thousands of lives before her retirement in 1981.
(14) Microscopic features of the 21 lesions were, however, not alike, thereby implying that such sarcoma-like lesions had derived from heterogeneous origins.
(15) Evaluation of abdominal pain in children poses a major challenge for the pediatrician and pediatric surgeon alike.
(16) The fires raced through burnt and unburnt areas alike, leaping roads and clearings.
(17) The expense associated with medical treatment and the availability of managed care systems (Health Maintenance Organizations and Preferred Provider Organizations, among others) have contributed to the increasing cost consciousness of patient and physician alike.
(18) Speaker after speaker this week – Chinese academics and international environmentalists alike – have highlighted the concrete steps that the world's biggest emitter is taking to reduce its footprint.
(19) Legislators, third parties, physicians, and patients alike have spent countless hours in recent years searching for a way to contain rising medical costs.
(20) Since previous studies with enteric coated naproxen tablets indicated a favourable side effect profile compared to plain tablets, the present data indicates that enteric coated formulations are not all alike, and should be studied individually.
(n.) In like manner; also; moreover; too. See Also.
(1) Stimulation is also observed with mixtures of APC expressing DPw3 and APC expressing A1, and likewise, DPw3+ APC become stimulatory when preincubated with supernatants from A1-positive cells.
(2) Likewise, they had little or no effects on the fluorescence anisotropy of TMA-DPH, which is also thought to be located in the interfacial region of the lipid bilayer, either when the probe was located in the outer layer of the plasma membrane or when the probe was located in the inner membrane compartment.
(3) Both stable and labeled T3 were likewise found in these sera.
(4) Heathrow, likewise, said Gatwick's new runway would not solve the issue of hub capacity.
(5) Likewise, ABP mRNA was present in all brain regions examined.
(6) Likewise, Merkel's Germany seems to be replicating the same erroneous policy as that of 1930, when a devotion to fiscal orthodoxy plunged the Weimar Republic into mass discontent that fuelled the flames of National Socialism.
(7) Likewise, [3H]estradiol-receptor complexes from rabbit uterus, Squalus oviduct, or mouse testis bound minimally to Squalus testicular chromatin.
(8) Likewise, Blanchett's co-star Alec Baldwin appeared to call for an end to the public nature of the row, terming Dylan's allegations "this family's personal struggle".
(9) 5-Bromo-indoxyl acetate esterase was likewise absent from the parietal vascular cells of the central artery.
(10) Likewise, the inhibition of protein synthesis with chloramphenicol stimulated the accumulation of 2'-5' oligoadenylates.
(11) Likewise, in cases of sea-blue histiocytes without evident etiology, with or without cirrhosis, this disease should be considered.
(12) Likewise, although patients with glioblastomas or melanomas had LMC against fetal glial cells, sera from such patients were unable to block the LMC against these fetal glial targets.
(13) The activity of 11 beta-dehydrogenase was likewise unchanged in these conditions.
(14) Likewise, 60 s incorporations show a large amount of bicarbonate fixed into aspartate (30.9%) in stationary phase cells over that of exponential phase (11.6%).
(15) In many cases mental health professionals consulted by a number of the children when they were using drugs were likewise unaware of the marijuana abuse.
(16) Likewise, our data from anterograde tracing studies suggest that at caudal levels the terminal fields of NA and NL remain confined to VLVp and VLVa, respectively.
(17) Likewise, the cost of emptying these pits can be high.
(18) Likewise, one ls heterozygote that was tested as a control animal and was not suspected of having a retinal degeneration had an abnormal electroretinogram and peripheral retinal degeneration.
(19) Controlled behavioural testing confirmed the apparent agnosia but revealed that he could be trained to make a number of visual discriminations which had not been apparent from routine clinical examination and that he suffered a number of subtle sensory impairments which likewise had not hitherto been apparent.
(20) Likewise, ex-smokers were all "self-cured" and all of them had been cigarette-free for at least 6 months.