Definition of Covaries
1. Verb. (third-person singular of covary) ¹
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Definition of Covaries
1. covary [v] - See also: covary
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Literary usage of Covaries
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1. Statistics in Molecular Biology and Genetics: Selected Proceedings of a 1997 by Françoise Seillier-Moiseiwitsch (1999)
"Consider the following situation: Site A physically interacts and covaries with site B; site B physically interacts and covaries with site C; but site A and ..."
2. Basic Concepts in the Methodology of the Social Sciences by Johann Mouton, H. C. Marais (1988)
"... stated differently, that the causal (or independent) variable covaries with the dependent variable, and (ii) that there is a specific sequence of cause ..."
3. The History of Australian Discovery and Colonisation by Samuel Bennett (1867)
"... to discover the Great South Land, S. Dutch conquest:a in the Indian Set*. i*. In'-covaries of Spanish navigators—Mendana, ..."
4. Reducing the Health Consequences of Smoking: 25 Years of Progress: A Report by DIANE Publishing Company, C. Everett Koop, M.D. (1995)
"1977) suggested that smoking covaries with stress, which is hypothesized to deplete nicotine. Leventhal and Cleary (1980) suggested that stress as well as ..."
5. Trends, Risk, & Interventions in Lethal Violence: Proceedings of the Third edited by Carolyn Block (1995)
"In addition, there is the question of how availability of information covaries with reported murder clearances. For example, it might be hypothesized in ..."
6. Diabetes in America by Ronald Aubert (1996)
"This hypothesis is compatible with studies showing that insulin covaries with dyslipidemia and central obesity, and in some populations, with hypertension. ..."
7. The Effects of the Mass Media on the Use and Abuse of Alcohol by Susan Ehrlich Martin, Patricia D. Mail (1995)
"Positive partial correlations revealing that higher exposure to alcohol ads (after accounting for the effects of other independent variables) covaries with ..."