- related to
to be correlated
- The interacting study between language and language-related disciplines such as psychology sociology ethnograph the science of law and artificial intelligence etc.branches of macrolinguistics include psycholinguistics sociolinguistics anthropological linguistics computational linguistics etc.
- Form and meaning correlate to each other.
- A gene implicated in spinal muscular atrophy showed an association in three populations but not in yoruba from ibadan nigeria.
- Therefore loss of adrenal or ovarian function caused by addison's disease or consequent to bilateral oophorectomy results in severe androgen deficiency clinically often associated with a loss of libido and energy.
- Reports of jesuss burial shroud have been circulating since the14th century and attempts have been made since then to connect the shroud of turin with the image of edessa though no connection can be substantiated.
- It is related to the material characteristics in western brushwork.
- Did it have to do with the nuke?
- "For long term business of class e the required margin of solvency shall be equal to1% of the assets of the relevant tontine."
- A hill and district of northern paris france on the right bank.it is noted for its nightlife and for its associations with artists such as van gogh toulouse-lautrec and utrillo.the original village of montmartre was annexed by paris in1860.
- I do have a relationship to them.
- May day is associated with the celtic festival of beltane and the germanic festival of walpurgis night.
- There is a tie-in between smoking and cancer.
- A brittle silver-white metalloid element that is related to selenium and sulfur; it is used in alloys and as a semiconductor; occurs mainly as tellurides in ores of copper and nickel and silver and gold.
- The phases of the moon and human behavior.
- The pronunciation of chinese names can be tricky-much like the way chinese find it tough to distinguish and remember the names of their malay or indian friends. A chinese name which strings together two or three different words that may not be related can be a tongue-twister for foreigners or friends from other ethnic groups.