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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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And, as knowledge corresponded to being and ignorance of necessity to not-being, for that intermediate between being and not-being there has to be discovered a corresponding intermediate between ignorance and knowledge, if there be such?
He delivered himself with precision, as if he had been called upon to make a public statement; and the balanced sing-song neatness of his speech, occasionally corresponded to by a movement of his head, was the more conspicuous from its contrast with good Mr.
The PCR fragment corresponded to the product of amplification between the oligonucleotides ropB1UP (5'ggccgtctgaaCTGTCCGAAGCCCAACAAAAC- TCTTGG3") and rpoBR1.
In this calculation, the critical heights {[z.sub.n], n > 2} corresponded to the above mentioned values for pure quantum states while the two lowest quantum heights [z.sub.1] and [z.sub.2] were fitted from the experimental data; the quantum state populations {[[beta].sub.n], n > 1} were supposed to be equal except for the lowest quantum state population [[beta].sub.1], which was calculated from the experimental data; the scatterer efficiency [alpha] was defined from the data as well.
The rhythmic waves corresponded to the patient's pulse and occurred after the appearance of each QRS complex on electrocardiography (ECG).
We concluded that these abnormal waves represented artifact that corresponded to the arterial pulse on the patient's face.
On the basis of common markers, no original MJ HG corresponded to sorghum LG G.
officinarum corresponded to sorghum LGs B and E as well, the chromosome numbers of current GG (2n = 97-117) and MJ (2n = 140) (Burner, 1997) suggested that these two so-called S.
This corresponded to a 110 [micro]m channel depth and a 9500 [micro][m.sup.2] cross-sectional area.
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