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Because there are about 50 such nerve clusters on each side of the brain in this layer, this establishes a one-to-one mapping between types of sensory neurons and corresponding nerve clusters.

The large spike in deaths in April 2020 corresponds to the coronavirus outbreak in the Northeast, after which the number of excess deaths decreased regularly and substantially until July, when it started to increase again.

Just hover your mouse over the dash lines on the graph to see if certain algo updates correspond with your site’s traffic changes.

For classrooms, the current regulations of primary air flow correspond to an air exchange of about six per hour.

What’s more, because all of this information is linked to Salesforce, anything you enter in Scratchpad updates the corresponding fields and sections in Salesforce automatically.

From September through November 2005, I corresponded with him via email to find out what had happened to me that night.

I was given the opportunity to—I corresponded with my birth mother—but I chose to not pursue a relationship.

He corresponded with The Daily Beast on conditions of anonymity.

Their ascendancy corresponded with a moment of increased lesbian visibility and so-called lesbian chic.

The serial numbers of the $900 in bills allegedly corresponded to those of the buy money.

Until his death, not long ago, we often corresponded on railway and other matters, and he was always my staunch friend.

He was the first subject in England by rank, and the qualities of his mind corresponded with his high station.

She corresponded regularly enough with her cousin, and there was nothing very remarkable about the letters that were interchanged.

He corresponded on flattering terms with Charlemagne, and fixed a seal to his charters.

The saloons, rooms, and internal arrangements corresponded to the high expectations which the sight of the outside raised.


On this page you'll find 52 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to corresponded, such as: conform, compare, dovetail, correlate, resemble, and tally.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.