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SUBSTANTIAL SIMILARITY
SUBSTANTIAL ADVANTAGE
SUBSTANTIAL ADVANTAGES
SUBSTANTIAL DEGREE
SUBSTANTIAL ROLE
QUITE SUBSTANTIAL
SUBSTANTIAL GAINS
SUBSTANTIAL SUMS
SUBSTANTIAL SUM
SUBSTANTIAL MORBIDITY
SUBSTANTIAL FRACTION
SUBSTANTIAL MAJORITY
SUBSTANTIAL MINORITY
SUBSTANTIAL QUANTITY
SUBSTANTIAL QUANTITIES
SUBSTANTIAL DECREASE
SUBSTANTIAL RANGE
SUBSTANTIAL INVESTMENTS
SUBSTANTIAL INVESTMENT
SUBSTANTIAL EFFECT
SUBSTANTIAL BENEFIT
SUBSTANTIAL BENEFITS
SUBSTANTIAL BODY
SUBSTANTIAL IMPROVEMENTS
SUBSTANTIAL IMPROVEMENT
SUBSTANTIAL CHANGES
SUBSTANTIAL CHANGE
SUBSTANTIAL CONTRIBUTIONS
SUBSTANTIAL DIFFERENCES
SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTIONS
SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTION
SUBSTANTIAL HEALTH BENEFITS
REEXAMINATION
PATENTABILITY
SUBSTANTIAL PROPORTION
SUBSTANTIAL PART
SUBSTANTIAL PORTIONS
SUBSTANTIAL PORTION
LARGE ENSEMBLES
SUBSTANTIAL NUMBER
SPOKEN
PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE
BASIS
AFRICA
COUNTRIES
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Definitions

  1. The most substantial are the north-eastern or Polish Glacier and the eastern or English Glacier.

Substantial Similarity

  1. The district court found copying and substantial similarity. (Web site)

Substantial Advantage

  1. After an extremely costly four-day battle, in which neither side gained a substantial advantage, both sides claimed victory. (Web site)

Substantial Advantages

  1. Comparison of the two Petzval lenses in FIG. 5 demonstrates substantial advantages obtained from the use of this invention. (Web site)

Substantial Degree

  1. Regrettably, this sentiment is widespread among Muslims, more so abroad but to a substantial degree in America as well. (Web site)
  2. Hence dollarization could lead to a further increase in trade and investment between countries that are already integrated to a substantial degree.
  3. In addition, Egypt benefited to a substantial degree from foreign military assistance. (Web site)

Substantial Role

  1. Autopsies have further played a substantial role in the understanding of the specific functions of cortical areas.
  2. She married Mohammad's cousin 'Ali and played a substantial role in his rise to power. (Web site)

Quite Substantial

  1. Children's ingestion of fluoride from juices and juice-flavored beverages can be quite substantial and a crucial factor in developing fluorosis. (Web site)
  2. The evidence for the existence of a CEMP subgroup by Blust is quite substantial. (Web site)
  3. The contribution of the Filipino Art of Panantukan to boxing is quite substantial.

Substantial Gains

  1. The result gave no party a working majority, although Labour made substantial gains under Dick Spring.

Substantial Sums

  1. Copyright owners today lose substantial sums of money to piracy. (Web site)

Substantial Sum

  1. Dan Miller (Robert Mitchum) is a hard-up guy, who is persuaded, both by a series of beatings and a substantial sum of money, to sell his identity to Nick.
  2. The deposit is usually a substantial sum but typically less than the buyer would need for a down payment on a new home loan.

Substantial Morbidity

  1. CONCLUSIONS: SARS is a condition associated with substantial morbidity and mortality.
  2. In children, rotavirus, adenovirus and astrovirus can also be associated with substantial morbidity. (Web site)
  3. Non-neutropenic patients may be supported for long periods of time without substantial morbidity except for the problem of iron overload.

Substantial Fraction

  1. Indoor air is also important because populations spend a substantial fraction of time within buildings. (Web site)
  2. It is possible that a substantial fraction of the regulatory regions in humans (or any species) have been active only recently on an evolutionary time scale. (Web site)

Substantial Majority

  1. Known colloquially as the "Grits" (originally " Clear Grits "), the Liberal Party has held power for a substantial majority of the past century. (Web site)
  2. A substantial majority of patients with diabetes, hyperlipidemia, hypertension, and obstructive sleep apnea experienced complete resolution or improvement.

Substantial Minority

  1. A substantial minority of patients have inflammatory bowel disease that remains difficult to control even with traditional steroids and the 5-ASA analogues.

Substantial Quantity

  1. A substantial quantity of water, of the order of 14-15 wt %, was employed in the reaction medium. (Web site)
  2. Because of the mandatory tribute to the khan, a substantial quantity of wealth was shipped east to Sarai, draining the region of money.

Substantial Quantities

  1. CRESTOR should be used with caution in patients who consume substantial quantities of alcohol.
  2. Dressel I amphoras, the three-foot pottery jars carrying these products, have been found in substantial quantities in Africa and Gaul.
  3. Bulk sampling: Removing mineral substances in substantial quantities (over 50 tonnes) in order to do mineral processing tests.

Substantial Decrease

  1. The more popular offshore jurisdictions often provide a substantial decrease in tax liability. (Web site)
  2. All patients had a substantial decrease in plasma total homocysteine levels (P less than 0.001) and an increase in total cysteine levels (P less than 0.001). (Web site)

Substantial Range

  1. When carrying out process (a) according to the invention, the reaction temperatures can be varied within a substantial range. (Web site)

Substantial Investments

  1. In addition, Japan was surrounded by colonial powers, with substantial investments in Japanese trade, who stood poised to gain considerable influence.

Substantial Investment

  1. This suggests that they have potential, but may require substantial investment in order to grow market share at the expense of more powerful competitors.

Substantial Effect

  1. The effect of compound interest over many years has a substantial effect on savings and a person's ability to retire.
  2. These compounds exert a substantial effect on protecting the liver from damage as well as enhancing detoxification processes. (Web site)

Substantial Benefit

  1. Clinical trials and meta-analyses of trial data indicate substantial benefit to these agents in selected patients.

Substantial Benefits

  1. Dental hygienists who work for school systems, public health agencies, the Federal Government, or State agencies usually have substantial benefits. (Web site)

Substantial Body

  1. He says that a substantial body of work now shows that H. pylori helps protect against GERD and the conditions it leads to in the esophagus. (Web site)
  2. In any case, that the pyramids were tombs is clear, and to deny this observation is to ignore a substantial body of corroborating evidence.
  3. Since then a substantial body of evidence has been accumulated to support the existence of clairvoyance. (Web site)

Substantial Improvements

  1. Substantial improvements were later made to form a sporting oval by the addition of stands.

Substantial Improvement

  1. Follow-up endomyocardial biopsies in these patients showed resolution or substantial improvement in myocarditis. (Web site)
  2. All 40 patients showed substantial improvement, usually within 5 to 7 days, and none required surgery during the one year follow-up.

Substantial Changes

  1. This 1986 reboot brought substantial changes to the character and met huge success at the time, becoming one of the top-selling books.

Substantial Change

  1. In 1978 the Liberals issued a proposal booklet A Time for Action calling for substantial change, proposing the creation of a 'House of the Federation'. (Web site)

Substantial Contributions

  1. His work made substantial contributions to the successful American retreat from the battle of Ticonderoga and the victory at Saratoga in 1777.

Substantial Differences

  1. The Line was used in 1945 as the basis for the permanent border between Poland and the Soviet Union, although with substantial differences. (Web site)
  2. This finding supports the idea that there are substantial differences in frontal cortex structure and development between the two groups. (Web site)

Substantial Reductions

  1. IBS can also lead to substantial reductions in quality of life, including refusals of social invitations, and restrictions upon travel and work. (Web site)

Substantial Reduction

  1. Hypothyroidism should be treated, and this treatment often leads to a substantial reduction in the size of the goitre. (Web site)
  2. There was a substantial reduction in the number of infantry battalions and the size of the TF (now retitled as the Territorial Army). (Web site)
  3. This loss of support contributed to the substantial reduction of Labour's majority in the 2005 general election.

Substantial Health Benefits

  1. In addition to the automotive benefits from the switch to ultra-low sulfur diesel, consumers as a whole can also expect substantial health benefits.

Reexamination

  1. If the request raises a substantial new question of patentability affecting any claim of the patent, reexamination is commenced.

Patentability

  1. No substantial new question of patentability is raised by the request for reexamination and prior art cited therein for the reasons set forth below. (Web site)
  2. Requests for the USPTO to reexamine a patent can be made as long as written evidence is presented that raises a substantial new question of patentability. (Web site)
  3. As per usual, the PTO agreed to reexamine the patent - based on a "substantial new question of patentability." 35 USC §303. (Web site)

Substantial Proportion

  1. It accounts for a substantial proportion of the patients seen by specialists in diseases of the digestive system (gastroenterologists). (Web site)
  2. Due partly to its multilingualism and its colonial past, a substantial proportion of the world's creole languages are to be found in Africa.
  3. The ILP under James Maxton disaffiliated from the Labour Party in 1932, removing a substantial proportion of the left of the party from membership.

Substantial Part

  1. Copyright in a work is considered as infringed only if a substantial part is made use of unauthorizedly. (Web site)
  2. Onlay A large filling when a substantial part of the tooth is replaced. (Web site)
  3. A substantial part of linguistic investigation is into the nature of the differences among the languages of the world. (Web site)

Substantial Portions

  1. The crucial factor may have been the disappearance of substantial portions of the Ghaggar-Hakra river system. (Web site)
  2. In addition, substantial portions of TP-4 have been demonstrated at the National Computer Conference in July 1984.

Substantial Portion

  1. Yet, it should be mentioned that conventional therapies have been proven to work in a substantial portion of patients. (Web site)
  2. In 1801, Paganini, aged 18 at the time, was appointed first violin of the Republic of Lucca, but a substantial portion of his income came from freelancing.
  3. As a substantial portion of engine heat now leaves the cylinder in the form of steam, no cooling system radiator is required.

Large Ensembles

  1. Despite this, there is a substantial amount of chamber works that incorporate the double bass in both small and large ensembles. (Web site)

Substantial Number

  1. In two of the Maori electorates, the Mana Maori Movement gained second place, but the party did not gain a substantial number of votes elsewhere.
  2. A substantial number of problems arise in the Office because of improper submission of amendments in reissue applications. (Web site)
  3. In fact, a substantial number of NGK Spark Plugs and oxygen sensors sold in the United States are made right here in America. (Web site)

Spoken

  1. Operettas generally have a substantial amount of spoken (not sung) dialogue. (Web site)
  2. Several other languages are spoken by a substantial percentage of the population due to immigration. (Web site)
  3. Shona is also spoken by a substantial number of residents of Mozambique. (Web site)

Precautionary Principle

  1. The precautionary principle, as stated, does not take into accounts the potential positive benefits of a technology, which may be substantial.

Basis

  1. In a recent third party initiated reexamination, the patent owner's own prior catalogs formed the basis for a substantial new question of patentability. (Web site)
  2. The basis to appeal previously considered art as a "substantial new question of patentability" is a question of fact, and a question of law. (Web site)
  3. Re-examination: anyone (including patentee) can seek one of these if substantial new basis for questioning patentability arises after issuance. (Web site)

Africa

  1. LWF member churches in Africa that reported a substantial increase include churches in Angola, Mozambique and the Republic of Namibia. (Web site)
  2. Since 1945, international ties forged by the British Empire have contributed to substantial immigration, especially from Africa, Caribbean and South Asia.
  3. Following World War II, the British Empire began a substantial decline, with colonies in Asia, Africa and the Caribbean gaining independence.

Countries

  1. They form a substantial part of everyday life in countries such as Thailand and the Philippines.
  2. Bicycles enjoy substantial use as general delivery vehicles in many countries.
  3. Some countries have sold remainders to the stamp trade at substantial discounts from face value.

Ore

  1. Lepidolite is an ore of lithium and forms in granitic masses that contain a substantial amount of lithium. (Web site)

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