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Definition of the adjective one-sided
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adjective - degrees: more one-sided / most one-sided
- not reversible or capable of having either side out
- synonym of one-sided: nonreversible
- involving only one part or side
- favoring one person or side over another
Alternative definition of the adjective one-sided
- Partial or biased in favour of one faction or demographic group
- With one competitor dominant over the other
- Out of proportion or lopsided
- Having only one side, like a Möbius strip
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Threats to Indian Republic (2007)
To be one-sided means not to look at problems all-sidedly . . . or it may be called seeing ...
by Yadolah Dodge
A one-sided or a one-tailed test on a populationparameterisatypeofhypothesistest in which the values for which we can reject the null hypothesis, denoted H0 are located entirely in one tail of the probability distribution. MATHEMATICAL ...
by Stoppani, Jim
One-Sided. Training. Muscle group Exercise Muscle group Exercise Bookend Training The workouts. This method of training uses exercises that focus on just one side of the body. This is known as unilateral training. Most training programs ...
by Eric W. Rothenbuhler
A one-sided message ignores such arguments and presents only supporting arguments; a two-sided message both presents supportive arguments and discusses opposing arguments. There is no general difference in persuasiveness ...
by Guenter Kahl
One-sided polymerase chain reaction (one-sided PCR) 1585 DNA- bindingprotein DNA-protein Genomic DNA Reporter Gene 3′ 5′ Activation domain (of e.g. GAL4 or an analyte protein) interaction Target elements (”bait”) One-hybrid ...
by Neil J. Salkind
However, an asymmetric allocation of α between both tails is not used very often, because in cases when information regarding the direction of the effect under study is available, researchers usually choose a one-sided alternative.
– a one-sided NMR probe produced by Magritek Ltd. Figure 6 ACT Profile Mouse and Lift showing a 1-D image of two latex films 60 mm thick, separated by a 160 mm glass spacer. This magnet has a built-in ...
by John E. Freund, Frank Jefferson Williams
ONE-TAIL TEST (ONE-SIDED TEST) One-Sided Alteraative— (COB tinned) alteraative hypothesis are larger and some are smaller than the value (or values) assumed under the mill hypothesis. For example, when testing the null hypothesis \L ...
by Robert B. Costello
one-sided 1. For or showing only ...
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- One-Sided Conversation
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