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**2.** Definition of ** Observationally** in the Definitions.

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**3.** What does ** Observationally** mean? Information and translations of

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**4.** ** Observationally**, a lot of the marketing surrounding March Madness is based on brackets, bracket pools and brackets being busted; it may affect the billion-dollar March Madness business and TV rights if the government started aggressively enforcing these rules, McCloskey said.

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**5.** Synonyms for ** Observationally** include empirically, objectively, experientially, existentially, experimentally, actually, really, practically, factually and appliedly

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**6.** Physicists at MIT and elsewhere have used gravitational waves to ** Observationally** confirm Hawking’s black hole area theorem for the first time

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**7.** Hawking’s black hole theorem ** Observationally** confirmed By Linda B

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**8.** ‘Behaviours that ** Observationally** look very similar have different meanings for different children.’ More example sentences ‘He talked first about what we can expect

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**9.** " ** Observationally** based facts document a present change in absolute (eustatic) sea level ranging between [+ or -]0.0 and +1.0 mm/yr," said the scientist, who has been monitoring sea levels around the world for decades and is widely regarded as one of the world's top experts in the field.

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**10.** Mathematically, the area theorem checks out, but it's been ** Observationally** difficult to confirm - mainly because black holes are extremely difficult to observe directly, since they emit no detectable radiation

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**11.** The number of hypotheses/theories disproven ** Observationally** massively outweighs the number proven right

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**12.** ** Observationally** based assessment of polar amplification of global warming

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**13.** Caption: Physicists at MIT and elsewhere have used gravitational waves to ** Observationally** confirm Hawking’s black hole area theorem for the first time

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**14.** MIT physicists ** Observationally** confirm Stephen Hawking’s area theorem Shane McGlaun - Jul 2, 2021, 5:26am CDT Back in 1971, Stephen Hawking …

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**15.** Physicists at MIT and elsewhere have used gravitational waves to ** Observationally** confirm Hawking’s black hole area theorem for the first time

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**16.** Synonyms for ** Observationally** in Free Thesaurus

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**17.** Hawking's black hole theorem ** Observationally** confirmed Share this story on Facebook; Share this story on Twitter; By: Linda B

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**18.** Physicists ** Observationally** Confirm Hawking's Black Hole Theorem For the First Time (mit.edu) 53 Posted by BeauHD on Thursday July 01, 2021 @10:10PM from the proved-right dept.

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**19.** This study provides a model-independent, ** Observationally** based estimate of the CA direct radiative forcing.

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**20.** ** Observationally** constrained fine-mode aerosols

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**21.** Figure 1 shows the annual mean atmospheric solar absoprtion (F ATM) and reduction in surface solar radiation (F SFC) for ** Observationally** constrained

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**22.** ** Observationally** INDISTINGUISHABLE SPACE-TIMES write x < < y if there is a piecewise smooth curve from x to y whose tangent vector (or vectors) at each point lies inside the future lobe of the light cone at that point-in short, if there is a future-directed timelike

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**23.** ** Observationally** equivalent sets of identifying restrictions in simultaneousequations representations In addition to the kind of observational equivalence problem illustrated by the example above, econometric simultaneous-equations systems like (8) below necessarily involve another kind of observational equivalence problem.

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**24.** Physicists have just ** Observationally** confirmed one of Stephen Hawking’s theories on black holes for the first time

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**25.** Hawking’s Black Hole Theorem ** Observationally** Confirmed For First Time

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**26.** Two terms M and N are ** Observationally** equivalent iff for all contexts C[] where C[M] is a valid term, C[N] is also a valid term with the same value

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**27.** Physicists ** Observationally** confirm Hawking's black hole theorem for the first time Study offers evidence, based on gravitational waves, to show that the total area of …

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**28.** ** Observationally** confirmed supernova explosion of a yellow supergiant star by The Kavli Foundation Figure 1: M51 Galaxy before (left) and after (right) the eruption of SN 2011dh.

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**29.** Physicists have used gravitational waves to ** Observationally** confirm Hawking's black hole theorem

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**30.** ** Observationally**! [/caption]The multiverse theory is famous for its striking imagery

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**31.** Validating the Land–Atmosphere Coupling Behavior in Weather and Climate Models Using ** Observationally** Based Global Products Abedeh Abdolghafoorian 1 and Paul A

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**32.** ** Observationally** - find the meaning, anagrams and hook words with

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**33.** ** Observationally** adequate grammar describes an object of the external world, an E-language (or a fragment thereof): a sentence or a corpus of sentences

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**34.** We tested the hypotheses that (a) plasma adiponectin and BMI are inversely associated ** Observationally**, (b) genetically high BMI is associated with lower plasma adiponectin, and

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**35.** The ** Observationally** generated database serves as the a priori information for a Bayesian rainfall retrieval algorithm

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**36.** "Physicists ** Observationally** confirm Hawking's black hole for the first time." THEOREM

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**37.** "Physicists ** Observationally** confirm Hawking's black hole …

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**OBSERVATIONALLY** [observationally]

DEFINITION

- adverb form of observational

ADJECTIVE

**observational** (adjective)

The key difference between experimental and observational study is that an **experimental study is a study where the researcher has control over most of the variables**. On the other hand, an observation study is a study where the researcher merely observes the subject without controlling any variables.

**Observational** **study**. In fields such as __epidemiology__, social sciences, psychology and statistics, an **observational** **study** draws inferences from a sample to a population where the independent variable is not under the control of the researcher because of ethical concerns or logistical constraints.

observational science. noun. The definition of observational science is a **field of science where controlled observations cannot be done in order to study causes and effects**. Scientific studies are simply done through the observation of nature taking its course and recording the findings over time.

One of the disadvantages of observational research is known as **"The Hawthorne Effect".** The Hawthorne Effect is when the presence of an observer changes the behavior of those being observed. For example: factory workers notice an industrial-organizational psychologist observing them and trying to understand low employee morale.