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correspond to (something)

To match or correlate to something. Does this character in the book correspond to one in the movie, or did they eliminate him completely?
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correspond to something

to match up with something; to harmonize with something. This pin on this part corresponds to the receptacle on the other part it fits into.
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The fourth is, when the power is in the same hands as the other, but not under the control of law; and this sort of oligarchy exactly corresponds to a tyranny in monarchies, and to that particular species of democracies which I last mentioned in treating of that state: this has the particular name of a dynasty.
Everything I see in him corresponds to his pamphlet on Biblical Cosmology.
800 pieces corresponds to 150 pieces per month; E-stove (for multiple use): 200 pieces corresponds to 17 pieces per month; Refrigerator: 1.
3, where: 1) the neutron wave functions in the quantum states are known; 2) the calculated populations of the quantum states are equal to those measured with the method of two scatterers (this will be described in a forthcoming paper: the first scatterer shapes the neutron spectrum, the second scatterer measures the spectrum after some storage in the quantum states); 3) the zero height is estimated from the experimental data; 4) the difference between the idealized theoretical curve and the experimental results corresponds to a detector spatial resolution as high as [approximately equal to]1.
The dexels are recorded in a 2D array that corresponds to the grid mesh on the XOY plane.
The first lineage corresponds to the New World group, including rhadinoviruses of spider and squirrel monkeys.
This results because T was in a higher marginal gift tax bracket (39%) for his taxable gifts in prior years than the marginal gift tax bracket (37%) that corresponds to the applicable exclusion amount.
In this case, the fitness parameter of the model corresponds to the readiness with which an antibody binds to a specific antigen.
1 billion, this corresponds to a capital adequacy ratio of 13.
All members of the Group management are, furthermore, also covered in 2006 by a variable salary programme that can yield a maximum of 35 per cent of the fixed salary, which corresponds to approximately SEK 7 million.
When inspecting spot welds, the presence of reflection from the area between the metal sheets indicates that the sheets are separated from each other; this corresponds to the non-welded area (Fig.
In case of full exercise of the authorization, the dilution effect corresponds to approximately 9.
Each term of the series corresponds to a successive arrival of a "generalized ray" and each is a definite line integral along a fixed path which can be easily computed numerically.
This horizon, which contains nearly all of the orebodies of the Matagami mining camp, corresponds to the level of time and space prevailing during the formation of the volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits of this mining camp.