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probability density function
probability distribution
probability function
probability of damage
probability theorist
probability theory
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probably destroyed
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PROBATION, SECOND
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proband definitions

Merriam Webster's

noun Etymology: Latin probandus, gerundive of probare Date: circa 1929 an individual affected with a disorder who is the first subject in a study (as of a genetic character in a family lineage)

Oxford Reference Dictionary

n. a person forming the starting-point for the genetic study of a family etc. Etymology: L probandus, gerundive of probare test




 


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