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The correlations between his idiosyncrasies and his precepts are undeniable.

But even the nature of these correlations is as yet largely unknown.

All this is part of the most important of all correlations, the correlation of school with life.

The correlations of Mr. Bowditch and the writer are within 260 years of each other.

These correlations, it should be borne in mind, are for school systems, not for individual pupils.

This effect was not known until 1904; consequently the correlations in the earlier studies of arithmetic are all too low.

The relations of different parts to each other and to the whole are known as correlations.

The second two columns give the correlations of the results of the tests with the children's "general intelligence."

Some other correlations are apparently due to the manner in which natural selection can alone act.

The Anglican church was infuriated by these correlations, angered as much by their manner of expression as by their substance.