factor

  • 41 factor XI — n PLASMA THROMBOPLASTIN ANTECEDENT * * * see under coagulation f s …

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  • 42 factor — 1 *agent, attorney, deputy, proxy 2 constituent, *element, component, ingredient Analogous words: determinant, *cause, antecedent: *influence: agency, agent, instrument, instrumentality, *mean …

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  • 43 factor — [n] determinant agency, agent, aid, antecedent, aspect, board, cause, circumstance, component, consideration, constituent, element, fixin’s*, influence, ingredient, instrument, instrumentality, item, makin’s*, means, part, part and parcel*, point …

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  • 44 Factor X — For other uses, see Factor X (disambiguation). Coagulation factor X PDB rendering based on 1c5m …

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  • 45 Factor XI — Coagulation factor XI PDB rendering based on 1xx9 …

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  • 46 Factor IX — Coagulation factor IX PDB rendering based on 1pfx …

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  • 47 Factor V — This article is about the blood coagulation protein. For the software company, see Factor 5. Coagulation factor V (proaccelerin, labile factor) PDB rendering based on 1czs …

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  • 48 Factor H — Complement factor H PDB rendering based on 1haq …

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  • 49 factor — (1) The percent of the original face of an MBS pool that remains outstanding at any given time is called the current factor. Principal payments, made by the borrowers, reduce the original face every month. Thus there is a new current factor each… …

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  • 50 Factor — A financial institution that buys a firm s accounts receivables and collects the debt. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * ▪ I. factor fac‧tor 1 [ˈfæktə ǁ ər] noun 1. [countable] one of many things that influence or affect a situation: •… …

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  • 51 Factor D — complement factor D (adipsin) Factor D in Homo sapiens [1] Identifiers Symbol CFD …

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  • 52 factor — fac|tor1 W1S3 [ˈfæktə US ər] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(cause/influence)¦ 2¦(level on a scale)¦ 3 by a factor of five/ten etc 4¦(mathematics)¦ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ [Date: 1400 1500; : French; Origin: facteur, from Latin factor doer, maker , from facere to do, make ] …

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  • 53 factor — fac|tor1 [ fæktər ] noun count *** 1. ) one of the things that influence whether an event happens or the way that it happens: We have tried to identify the factors that influence the age at which children leave school. factor in: Public pressure… …

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  • 54 factor in — verb 1. resolve into factors a quantum computer can factor the number 15 • Syn: ↑factor, ↑factor out • Derivationally related forms: ↑factor (for: ↑factor), ↑factorizatio …

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  • 55 Factor — A factor, a Latin word meaning who/which acts may refer to: * Factor (agent), a person who acts for another, notably a mercantile and/or colonial agent * Factor (Scotland), a person or firm managing a Scottish estate * FACTOR, the Foundation to… …

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  • 56 factor — I UK [ˈfæktə(r)] / US [ˈfæktər] noun [countable] Word forms factor : singular factor plural factors *** 1) one of the things that influence whether an event happens or the way that it happens an important/major/key factor: Safety is the single… …

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  • 57 Factor X — A coagulation factor, a substance in blood essential to the normal clotting process. Production of factor X takes place in the liver and requires vitamin K. The gene for factor X is located on chromosome 13 and is in band 13q34. The X in factor X …

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  • 58 factor — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ big, important, main, major, relevant, significant ▪ one of the most significant factors ▪ critical …

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  • 59 factor — 01. Environmental pollution seems to be an important [factor] in the increase in cancers all over the world. 02. Regular physical exercise is an essential [factor] in the maintenance of good health. 03. Carl fears that race may have been a… …

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  • 60 factor — 1 noun (C) 1 CAUSE/INFLUENCE one of several things that influence or cause a situation: The rise in crime is mainly due to social and economic factors. (+ in): The vaccination program has been a major factor in the improvement of health standards …

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