Some articles on related:
... Presbyopia is the age-related loss of accommodation, which is marked by the inability of the eye to focus on nearby objects ... The exact mechanism is still unknown, but age-related changes in the hardness, shape, and size of the lens have all been linked to the condition ... Nuclear sclerosis is an age-related change in the density of the lens nucleus that occurs in all older animals ...
... are further characterized as genetically related (living-related) or non-related (living-unrelated) transplants, depending on whether a biological relationship exists between the donor and recipient ...
... and academics, and organizing collective discussions online and offline around subjects related to VJing and audiovisual performative practices ... and 2006 several books were published with interviews, showcasing works and related artists, providing an overview of the current practice ... Round tables, talks, presentations and discussions are part of festivals and conferences related to new media art, such as ISEA and Ars Electronica ...
... Closely related are customs of ancestor worship and offerings to the dead, in modern western culture related to All Souls' Day (Day of the Dead), in East Asia the "hell bank note" and related customs ... Also closely related is the custom of retainer sacrifice, where servants or wives of a deceased chieftain are interred with the body ...
... on Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies (Chair) Subcommittee on Defense Subcommittee on Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies ...
More definitions of "related":
- (adj): Connected by kinship, common origin, or marriage.
- (adj): Having close kinship and appropriateness.
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