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folded over or backward; folded back upon itself; as, a replicate leaf or petal; a replicate margin of a shell
Etymology: [L. replicatus, p. p. of replicare. See Reply.]
The numerical value of replicated in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of replicated in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
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The fit and finish at the buildings … [residents] expect to be really high-end. The amount of amenities and services that are part of that senior housing property … they expect to be high-end, the market has seen good returns and then replicated that model.
There is a long standing issue of publication bias, in that studies with statistically significant findings get disproportionately published, this conclusion should be replicated to increase the confidence that there is no effect. Doing so will ensure we don't waste resources into the future.
If( our study) is replicated, we may have found a potential biological basis for the results of the Women’s Health Initiative clinical trial, which found women 65 and above were more likely to develop dementia later in life if they took that one type of hormone therapy.
The traditional shopping centre model is turning on its head, creative, niche, differentiated store types now seem preferred to replicated options and smaller, focused formats seem favoured over large, cumbersome alternatives.
I think it is important that these results are replicated in other studies, as it is also important to determine whether the effects on sperm quality translate into observable effects on fertility.
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