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identify with

To associate something, someone, or oneself with a particular person, group, thing, or characteristic. A noun or pronoun can be used between "identify" and "with." I identify with the women on my mother's side of the family much more than those on my dad's side. I always identify the smell of pine needles with Christmastime. Because of the way you're dressed, the locals are going to identify you with the rest of the tourists.
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identify as (someone or something)

To classify or label someone or oneself as something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "identify" and "as." The guy on the security camera isn't a criminal after all—someone in the next block identified him as one of their neighbors. If you don't identify yourself as a member of this community, I'm going to call the police! Growing up, I always thought I was straight, but now I identify as bisexual.
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identify (someone or something) by (something)

To use some specific characteristic to recognize someone or something. You'll be able to identify me by my red hair and purple dress. I can identify a plagiarized report by the writing, you know—and this is definitely a plagiarized report.
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identify (oneself) with someone or something

to classify oneself with someone or something; to relate to someone or something; to see part of oneself represented in someone or something. I identify myself with the others. I identify with the birds and animals of the forest.
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identify someone as someone

 
1. to determine that someone is a certain person. Can you identify Fred as the perpetrator? Fred was identified as the thief.
2. to reveal one's identity or name. Will you identify the man as Tom? The stranger identified himself as a meter reader from the gas company.
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identify someone or something by something

to recognize someone or something because of something. Can you identify your baggage by any special marks? You can identify me by the red carnation in my lapel.
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identify someone or something with someone or something

to associate people and things, in any combination. I tend to identify Wally with big cars. We usually identify green with grass. We tend to identify big cars with greedy people.
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identify with

v.
1. To associate or affiliate someone or something with someone or something else: The villagers did not trust us because they identified us with the foreigners who had looted their village years ago.
2. To understand or share the feelings of someone: I identify with children who have lost their parents because I am an orphan myself.
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In this regard, some of the common platforms with social networking capabilities include ResearchGate and Elsevier's Mendeley.7 Platforms for generating digital curriculum vitae such as ResearchGate and US National Institute of Health's Science Experts Curriculum Vitae (SciENcv; http://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sciencv) also exist.5,11 Similarly, field-specific, country-specific, and some author identifiers covering a wide area of science may also be found.
Similar to ORCID, DataCite is a nonprofit organization that provides and manages persistent identifiers. In this case, it's DOIs, which were originally developed by CrossRef for journal article identification, but applied by DataCite for research data.
In my view, the only way to resolve this is for the FDA to define a single identifier that can be used without modification by members of the supply chain for security purposes and DSCSA implementation, AND by dispensers and payers.
Among 13 499 HIV PCR birth tests extracted from the NHLS CDW over the 13-month study period, 5 309 (39%) had a registered RTHB identifier. The number and proportion of birth tests with an RTHB identifier increased from 24 (2%) in May 2016 to 727 (56%) in May 2017 (Fig.
Clearly, keeping these identifiers and demographics as localized silos of data is an undesirable model for healthcare that will never function properly.
Relation vectors indicate a set of features that express existence of the objective part of a method identifier and parameters in the method body.
We believe the reason is that providing unlinkability from an end-host violates the basic requirement of networking service provision in that the services cannot be found without an identifier (e.g., network address).
M2 PHARMA-April 19, 2017-Open Therapeutics Integrates ORCID Identifiers Into Therapoid
Because the identifier is unique to an individual, it also allows works to be tracked before and after a name change, a big advantage to those who change their names during their careers.
- On the jobsite, the contractor also downloads the same identifiers and test settings into the Fluke Networks Versiv Cabling Certification System to perform tests, and can upload testing results for each identifier using LinkWare Live.
Digital Science launched the Global Research Identifier Database (GRID), a free online dataset, built in-house by Digital Science, to provide a base of open and standardized information about research institutions.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-December 10, 2015-Financial Instrument Global Identifier to provide comprehensive reporting to Deutsche Bank
If you click on a bold personal author name, ASTIS will search by ORCID identifier and all records by that person will be found.
Under 21 CFR 801.45, "[a] device that must bear a unique device identifier (UDI) on its label must also bear a permanent marking providing the UDI on the device itself if the device is intended to be used more than once and intended to be reprocessed before each use."
That would be a lot easier if the airports mentioned in the various articles would be identified by their three letter identifier.