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[ noun ] (usually preceded by `with') relation of delimitation

Examples

"he inquired with respect to the address"

Used in print

(Frank Oppenheimer, "Science and Fear-- A Discussion...)

The situation with regard_to our attitude and `` control '' of disease contains close analogies to problems confronting us with_respect_to people .

(Richard F. McLaughlin, et al., "A study of the...)

The only area in which one might find major disagreement in this matter is in regard_to the alveolar distribution of the bronchial_arteries .

In_addition , little work has been done on a comparative basis in regard_to the normal existence of bronchial_artery pulmonary_artery anastomoses .

(William S. Haymond, "Is Distance an Original...)

Obviously , a satisfactory answer to the third question is imperative , if the argument is to get under_way at_all , for if there is any possibility of doubt whether the patient 's tactual sensitivity had been impaired by the occipital lesion , any findings whatsoever in regard_to the first question become completely ambiguous and fail altogether , of_course , as evidence to establish the desired conclusion .

If the patient can perceive figure kinesthetically when he cannot perceive it visually , then , it would seem , the sense_of_touch has immediate contact with the spatial aspects of things in_independence_of visual representations , at_least in regard_to two dimensions , and , as we shall see , even this much spatial awareness on_the_part_of unaided touch is denied by the authors .

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