differentially differentially


  • (adv) in a differential manner


  1. The problem was how to heat the droplets differentially.
  2. Whether you're talking about biomass, photovoltaics, or wind moving because the sun heats the earth differentially, it all comes from the sun.
  3. In the smart restaurants of lower Park Avenue, headwaiters consulted patrons differentially but earnestly.


  • Several common differentially expressed genes between Kashin-Beck disease and Keshan disease

    Kashin-Beck disease and Keshan disease are mainly endemic to China. These two diseases have similar etiological hypotheses, but the etiology and pathogenesis of the two diseases are still unclear. A paper published in issue 8 2013 of Science China Life Sciences identified the common differentially expressed gene in the two diseases, which provides a new effective approach for elucidating the ...
    on September 15, 2013     Source: EurekAlert!


  1. "In our model, the capital investments we are making give us differentially better service quality, better scale and better leverage," Schmidt said. "And we intend to continue this."
    on Oct 19, 2006 By: Eric Schmidt Source: Columbus Dispatch

  2. Mr Sutherland called for a new flexible approach, "necessary to retain talented but highly mobile staff". "Our universities must have the flexibility to differentially reward their best performers, to incentivise those who are willing to take...
    on Jan 22, 2010 By: Peter Sutherland Source: Irish Times

  3. "We are uncertain about how the global economic situation may evolve, how it will differentially impact countries, how the forex markets will move and ultimately how consumers around the world will respond as they digest these events," Nooyi...
    on Oct 14, 2008 By: Indra Nooyi Source: CNNMoney.com

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