correlation

[ kawr-uh-ley-shuh n, kor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF correlation
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Yet we accept them as the best expression which we have of the correlation of forces or objects.

And the best way of getting this correlation is through community surveys.

That is to say, in the nature of things the correlation could not have been otherwise.

So far we have only a superficial perception of this correlation.

There is a correlation between the state of development of the teeth and of the foot.

The concept of correlation had simply no meaning for Haeckel.

Haeckel had no slightest feeling for the true meaning of correlation.

Aristotle has various ways of explaining facts of correlation.

This seems to me a remarkable case of correlation of growth.

The "correlation of their entire lives" was, therefore, very imperfect.

WORD ORIGIN

1560s, from Middle French corrélation, from cor- "together" (see com-) + relation (see relation).

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