Positions Positively

Positive

Meanings and phrases

positive

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adj.
  1. characterized by or displaying affirmation or acceptance or certainty etc.
  2. involving advantage or good; plus
  3. impossible to deny or disprove; incontrovertible; irrefutable
  4. indicating existence or presence of a suspected condition or pathogen; confirming
  5. formally laid down or imposed; prescribed
  6. marked by excessive confidence; cocksure; overconfident
  7. persuaded of; very sure; convinced; confident
  8. reckoned, situated or tending in the direction which naturally or arbitrarily is taken to indicate increase or progress or onward motion
  9. greater than zero
  10. having a positive charge; electropositive; positively charged
  11. of or relating to positivism; positivist; positivistic

positive

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n.
  1. the primary form of an adjective or adverb; denotes a quality without qualification, comparison, or relation to increase or diminution; positive degree
  2. a film showing a photographic image whose tones correspond to those of the original subject

Rh positive

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n.
  1. the blood group (approximately 85% of people) whose red cells have the Rh factor (Rh antigen); Rh-positive blood type

positive charge

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n.
  1. having a deficiency of electrons; having a higher electric potential
E.g.
  • An anode is also the wire or plate having excess positive charge.
  • leaving it with a positive charge.
  • Since charge is preserved, some vertices still have positive charge.

positive chemotaxis

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n.
  1. movement toward a chemical stimulus

positive correlation

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n.
  1. a correlation in which large values of one variable are associated with large values of the other and small with small; the correlation coefficient is between 0 and +1; direct correlation
E.g.
  • A confounder node affects multiple outcomes, creating a positive correlation among them.
  • An EU survey finds a positive correlation between leaving school early and believing in a God.
  • There is a positive correlation found between outstanding executives and decisiveness (Kelman).

positive degree

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n.
  1. the primary form of an adjective or adverb; denotes a quality without qualification, comparison, or relation to increase or diminution; positive

positive feedback

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n.
  1. feedback in phase with (augmenting) the input; regeneration
E.g.
  • Sidlingu received positive feedback from the media.
  • "The Fire" has received mostly positive feedback.
  • It received generally positive feedback.

positive fraud

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n.
  1. actual deceit; concealing something or making a false representation with an evil intent to cause injury to another; fraud in fact

positive identification

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n.
  1. evidence proving that you are who you say you are; evidence establishing that you are among the group of people already known to the system; recognition by the system leads to acceptance

positive magnetic pole

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n.
  1. the pole of a magnet that points toward the north when the magnet is suspended freely; positive pole; north-seeking pole

positive muon

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n.
  1. the antiparticle of a muon; decays to positron and neutrino and antineutrino; antimuon

positive pole

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n.
  1. the terminal of a battery that is connected to the positive plate
  2. the pole of a magnet that points toward the north when the magnet is suspended freely; positive magnetic pole; north-seeking pole

positive reinforcer

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n.
  1. a reinforcing stimulus that serves to increase the likelihood of the response that produces it; positive reinforcing stimulus

positive reinforcing stimulus

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n.
  1. a reinforcing stimulus that serves to increase the likelihood of the response that produces it; positive reinforcer

positive stimulus

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n.
  1. a stimulus with desirable consequences

positive reviews

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  • The single was met with mixed to positive reviews.
  • The production received mixed to positive reviews.
  • The album was met with generally positive reviews.

received positive

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  • It received positive and negative critical notice.
  • "Stakeout" received positive reviews from critics.
  • "Bad Beat" received positive reviews from critics.

positive review

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  • In a positive review, Ryan B. Patrick of "Exclaim!"
  • CMJ gave the album an extremely positive review."
  • In a positive review, Nathan Rabin of "The A.V.

received positive reviews

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  • "Stakeout" received positive reviews from critics.
  • "Bad Beat" received positive reviews from critics.
  • "Anna Sun" received positive reviews from critics.

generally positive

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  • The reviews for the album were generally positive.
  • The episode received generally positive attention.
  • The album was met with generally positive reviews.

generally positive reviews

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E.g.
  • The album was met with generally positive reviews.
  • The 2018 iPad received generally positive reviews.
  • "Trilogy" was met with generally positive reviews.

received generally positive

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  • The episode received generally positive attention.
  • The 2018 iPad received generally positive reviews.
  • The soundtrack received generally positive reviews.

mostly positive

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  • The album has been given mostly positive reviews.
  • Reception to the first issue was mostly positive.
  • "The Fire" has received mostly positive feedback.

more positive

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  • Still others had a more positive view of the title.
  • Most reviews of Walcott's work are more positive.
  • The next season proved to be more positive and Sh.S.

tested positive

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  • They both tested positive for methylhexanamine.
  • From these 90 individuals only about six tested positive.
  • Ananenka tested positive for oralturinabol.

positive reception

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  • said: "Hell III" was met with positive reception.
  • "Megas XLR" has been met with positive reception.
  • The cover received generally positive reception.

mostly positive reviews

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  • The album has been given mostly positive reviews.
  • "Science Fiction" received mostly positive reviews.
  • His books have received mostly positive reviews.

very positive

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  • Critical reception of the album was very positive.
  • But what he has done so far has been very positive.
  • The book received very positive reviews in the press.

positive and negative

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  • It received positive and negative critical notice.
  • These have both positive and negative aspects.
  • Ionic bonding leads to separate positive and negative ions.

received mostly positive

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  • "The Fire" has received mostly positive feedback.
  • "Science Fiction" received mostly positive reviews.
  • His books have received mostly positive reviews.

positive response

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  • The film opened to a positive response from critics.
  • "Fence" has received a positive response from critics.
  • Even animals have a positive response to George’s music.

film a positive

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  • The Russian trade journal "Cine-Phono" gave the film a positive review.
  • Kyle Smith of the "New York Post" also gave the film a positive review.
  • Jennifer Dugena of "Philippine Entertainment Portal" gave alson the film a positive review.

mixed to positive

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  • The single was met with mixed to positive reviews.
  • The production received mixed to positive reviews.
  • The game has received mixed to positive reviews.

positive critical

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  • The tour received positive critical appreciation.
  • The book has received a positive critical response.
  • "New Slang" received positive critical reception.

positive impact

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  • The move had a highly positive impact on his productivity.
  • These areas have a positive impact on mental and physical health.
  • It also made a positive impact in accelerating the deployment of innovations.

positive or negative

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  • Emotion is often the driving force behind motivation, positive or negative.
  • The target stimuli consist of words with known positive or negative valence.
  • white or black names) or words which have obvious positive or negative valence.

gave a positive

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  • R. J. Alok gave a positive review and called the film "relatable".
  • SMTV 24X7 gave a positive review, praising the story, direction and performances.
  • "Time" gave a positive review as well, noting the narrative similarities to a novel.

received a positive

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  • The book has received a positive critical response.
  • The album received a positive critical response.

positive results

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  • He writes that these positive results are achieved in a number of ways.
  • It reports positive results.
  • These compounds may produce positive results for amphetamine on drug tests.

largely positive

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  • The two nations enjoy largely positive relations.
  • Critical response to the album was largely positive.
  • The episode received largely positive reviews.

met with positive

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  • said: "Hell III" was met with positive reception.
  • The opening ceremony was met with positive reviews.
  • "No Love Deep Web" was met with positive reviews.

positive effect

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  • It showed a positive effect in restless legs syndrome.
  • Regarding environmental health, studies have found no or a positive effect.
  • He has made a positive effect in the centre of defence, replacing former captain Steven Pressley.

positive integer

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E.g.
  • If is a positive integer, then denotes the identity matrix.
  • Let "n" be any positive integer.
  • Each positive integer, and each positive rational number, is constructible.

positive effects

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  • Studies on pet therapy have shown positive effects.
  • Of course, there are positive effects as well.
  • The indenture system had two positive effects on subsequent generations.

both positive

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E.g.
  • The book received both positive and mixed reviews.
  • These have both positive and negative aspects.
  • Caffeine can have both positive and negative health effects.

film received positive

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  • The film received positive reviews from critics.

highly positive

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  • Reaction to "Lords of Shadow" was highly positive.
  • In all cases the press reception was highly positive.
  • The song received highly positive reviews.

testing positive

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  • In 2008 he was warned after testing positive for Sibutramine.
  • She was reprimanded in 1996 after testing positive for Bromantane.
  • And yet there's no record of these players ever testing positive".

positive integers

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E.g.
  • Further setting yields for all positive integers .
  • But since can only contain positive integers, it must be empty too.
  • The smallest solution of this equation in positive integers is , (see Chakravala method).

positive light

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  • The woman is not portrayed in a positive light.
  • Amateurism can be seen in both a negative and positive light.
  • Goldman initially viewed the Bolshevik revolution in a positive light.

album a positive

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  • "Guitar World" writer James Woods gave the album a positive review on his blog.
  • Siddarth Srinivas of Only Kollywood gave the album a positive of 3 out of 5 stars.
  • Matthew Colwell of Alternative Press gave the album a positive review, giving it a 3.5/5.

positive critical reception

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  • "New Slang" received positive critical reception.
  • The book received mostly positive critical reception.
  • The disc received positive critical reception.

false positive

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  • He later testified at other "false positive" trials.
  • A 2018 study claims a total of 10,000 "false positive" victims between 2002 and 2010.
  • Chromatographic methods specific for amphetamine are employed to prevent false positive results.

very positive reviews

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  • The book received very positive reviews in the press.
  • "The Key" received very positive reviews from critics.
  • "Moo Moo" received very positive reviews from critics.

positive change

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  • It was found that positive change was gradual, and involved multiple elements.
  • The is a positive change in endothermic reactions, and negative in heat-releasing exothermic processes.
  • They wanted to work together with local politicians to make lasting, positive change for their community.

overwhelmingly positive

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  • "Sound City" received overwhelmingly positive reviews.
  • Foreign reaction was overwhelmingly positive.
  • Reception of "Just My Type" was overwhelmingly positive.

album received positive

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  • The album received positive reviews upon release.
  • The album received positive reviews from critics.

positive attitude

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  • Blake credits his outstanding positive attitude to his family.
  • Fleming becomes and stays depressed, but Roy soon decides to keep a positive attitude.
  • This release was significant as it showed a new, positive attitude towards the label from Palumbo.

less positive

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  • However, some critics gave it less positive reviews.
  • Reviews of the Xbox version were less positive.
  • Other contemporary reviews were less positive.

positive reaction

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  • In recent years, the film has gained a more positive reaction.
  • There was largely positive reaction to ANCSA, although not entirely.
  • On Rotten Tomatoes "Apartment Zero" scored a positive reaction from 74% of its viewers.

positive test

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  • The positive test was subsequently confirmed by the B sample.
  • Shelbourne Star lost his St Leger title after a positive test.
  • A positive test gives a blue color.

garnered positive

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  • The character garnered positive responses from critics.
  • "Mine Again" garnered positive reviews from music critics.
  • The "Animal Crossing" games have garnered positive response.

many positive

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  • 5 on "Billboard" and receiving many positive reviews.
  • The Foundation made many positive accomplishments during its time.
  • The album was received well by critics and earned many positive reviews.

positive reviews upon

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  • The album received positive reviews upon release.
  • The game received positive reviews upon release.
  • The album met mixed to positive reviews upon release.

received very positive

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E.g.
  • The book received very positive reviews in the press.
  • "The Key" received very positive reviews from critics.
  • "Moo Moo" received very positive reviews from critics.

mainly positive

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  • "We Are Legion" has received mainly positive reviews.
  • "Bandhan" earned mainly positive reviews from critics.
  • "Tracks" received mainly positive reviews from critics.

positive real

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  • Let formula_4 a bounded interval of positive real numbers.
  • If one or more poles have positive real parts, the system is unstable.
  • (Here formula_115 is the usual (positive) th root of the positive real number .)

positive result

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  • The formation of Prussian blue is a positive result for cyanide.
  • Expenses amounted to only $6,080, resulting in a positive result.
  • It produces a positive result of blue when put through the oxidase test.

largely positive reviews

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  • The episode received largely positive reviews.
  • The album received largely positive reviews.
  • The video received largely positive reviews from critics.

overall positive

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  • The album received overall positive reviews from critics.
  • Roger Ebert gave an overall positive review and enjoyed the film.
  • When asked about this, Clark responded: "Demon Hunter" received overall positive reviews.

positive definite

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E.g.
  • Here is a real positive definite symmetric matrix.
  • If "M" is a positive definite matrix, this yields an inner product.
  • A Hermitian matrix is positive definite if all its eigenvalues are positive.

positive influence

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  • He was a positive influence for many student-athletes.
  • In turn, she is a positive influence on those around her.
  • I just wish I could have been more of a positive influence."

song a positive

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  • Editors at "Billboard" gave the song a positive review and wrote, "This is a career record.
  • Robert Copsey of "Digital Spy" gave the song a positive review stating: If 'Close Enemies' is anything to go by, the answer is a firm no.
  • 's Rob O'Connor gave the standalone song a positive review but felt that it was too soon to tell how the song would fit into the wider canon of Bond theme songs.

positive aspects

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  • The railway had numerous positive aspects.
  • There are many things included in the review that described the positive aspects of Pierce County.
  • Arthur Gies of "Polygon" endorsed the game world, story and protagonist as its most positive aspects.

positive view

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  • Still others had a more positive view of the title.
  • Some historians have a less positive view of his reign.
  • David Greven has a more positive view of the episode, even referring to it as "moving".

positive role

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  • He grew up around domestic violence, drugs, alcohol, depression and a lack of positive role models.
  • Volunteers provide our children with positive role models, which they may be lacking due to their backgrounds.
  • Fred played a very positive role as a mentor, influencing the careers of young chemists in the organometallic group.

positive social

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  • In 2009, DiFranco received the Woody Guthrie Award for being a voice of positive social change.
  • Research has also identified risk factors that can interrupt the process of positive social development.
  • There are also active fan organizations that participate in philanthropy and create a positive social impact.

positive relationship

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  • He noted: Huber added, "I want the relationship on the show to be a positive relationship.
  • He wrote that "Tears of Joy" was "a soaring reflection on how a good, positive relationship is truly something to be celebrated.
  • Eisenhower later emphasized that too much had been made of the disagreements with MacArthur, and that a positive relationship endured.

positive image

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  • Due to their constant desire for a simplistic, positive image, books must be suppressed.
  • Abel Goumba was named vice-president, which gave Bozizé's new government a positive image.
  • In addition, a charismatic first lady can help convey a positive image of her spouses to the population.

positive outcomes

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  • As a result, voters may attempt to prevent undesired outcomes rather than support positive outcomes.
  • Keats drew on his own experiences growing up, often offering positive outcomes as an antidote to his unhappy childhood.
  • Calcium enriched mixtures have been used in permanent molar teeth with irreversible pulpitis showing positive outcomes.

generally positive reception

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  • The cover received generally positive reception.
  • The album has received generally positive reception.
  • The video garnered a generally positive reception by reviewers.

positive responses

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  • The character garnered positive responses from critics.
  • "Company Town" has received positive responses from critics.
  • They received positive responses from three different networks.

receiving positive

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  • In spring 1983, the band took part in Zagreb Biennale, receiving positive reviews.
  • Despite receiving positive reviews, the album went largely unnoticed in the United States.
  • After the war, she worked in repertory theatre until 1951, receiving positive reviews from critics.

positive towards

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  • Critics were generally positive towards "Black & Blue".
  • Reviewers were generally positive towards the music video.
  • However, some critics were positive towards its catchiness and club-nature.

positive note

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  • The film ends on that positive note.
  • On a more positive note, Sarfaraz returns to the band, composing “Eito Cholchey”.
  • On a positive note, the larger the set of valid input characters, the smaller the impact of the weakness.

garnered positive reviews

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  • "Mine Again" garnered positive reviews from music critics.
  • The film garnered positive reviews upon its initial festival screenings.
  • Kinavally garnered positive reviews from critics and the audiences alike.

received largely positive

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  • The episode received largely positive reviews.
  • The album received largely positive reviews.
  • The video received largely positive reviews from critics.

extremely positive

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  • The game has received extremely positive reviews.
  • CMJ gave the album an extremely positive review."
  • Critical reaction to the film has been extremely positive.

positive emotions

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  • First, oceanic boundlessness (OB) refers to dissolution of ego boundaries mostly associated with positive emotions.
  • Further studies suggest that consumption of comfort food is triggered in men by positive emotions, and by negative ones in women.
  • most emotions have negative affectivity), and there are more words in language to describe negative rather than positive emotions.

highly positive reviews

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  • The song received highly positive reviews.
  • The episode received highly positive reviews from critics.
  • The song received highly positive reviews upon its release.

received positive critical

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  • The tour received positive critical appreciation.
  • "New Slang" received positive critical reception.
  • The disc received positive critical reception.

positive way

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  • in a positive way through the volunteer work.
  • People can network, which makes a decisive contribution to a positive way of life."
  • When the incentive value method represent the community in a positive way everyone wins, such as the business organization, and the community.

all positive

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  • Further setting yields for all positive integers .
  • The books received a variety of reviews, all positive.
  • "Jizz in My Pants" reception was not all positive, however.

song received positive

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  • The song received positive reviews from the critics.
  • The song received positive reviews from critics.
  • The song received positive reviews from music critics.

most positive

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  • According to Izhak, Yaffa was most positive, talented and gifted student.
  • "Ibbur" is the most positive form of possession, and the most complicated.
  • Kat has the most positive influence on Paul and his comrades on the battlefield.

episode received positive

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  • The episode received positive reviews from critics.

positive psychology

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  • Posttraumatic growth can be seen as a form of positive psychology.
  • In partnership with St Peter's College, Mount Barker High School is piloting Dr Martin Seligman's positive psychology theories in education.
  • The positive psychology framework is based around the PERMA framework which requires only saying things in the Positive, rather than the negative.

positive comments

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  • Some positive comments of the album exist, however.
  • She earned mostly positive comments for her performance.
  • His new style was also noticed and received positive comments.

positive reactions

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  • It received positive reactions and a long ovation from audience.
  • The track spawned mainly positive reactions from both critics and fans.
  • Apart from the majority of positive reactions there were also a few critical voices.

positive side

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  • They often fail at seeing the positive side of life.
  • For His, Lys, and Arg with positive side chains, pI = ½(pKa + pKa).
  • This is being investigated as an unintended, but positive side effect.

positive critical reviews

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  • Preceding its initial screening in cinemas, the film was generally met with positive critical reviews.
  • Its run was extended several times due to its popularity with the audience and positive critical reviews.
  • The album was released to generally positive critical reviews with a score of 80 (out of 100) on Metacritic.

very positive review

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  • "The New York Age" gave the film a very positive review, calling Bennett's performance, "matchless".
  • Despite the low download sales of the single, "Let's Just Do It" received a very positive review from "Billboard" magazine.
  • He also helped launch the career of Terry Brooks with a very positive review of Brooks' first novel, "The Sword of Shannara", in 1977.

positive correlation between

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  • An EU survey finds a positive correlation between leaving school early and believing in a God.
  • Studies have shown a positive correlation between school meal programs and increased food security.
  • In females, there is a positive correlation between larger pleural sacs and greater egg length/number.

mainly positive reviews

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  • "We Are Legion" has received mainly positive reviews.
  • "Bandhan" earned mainly positive reviews from critics.
  • "Tracks" received mainly positive reviews from critics.

positive reinforcement

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  • Some researchers have questioned the validity of the honor roll as an effective form of positive reinforcement.
  • Interpersonal positive reinforcement occurs when self-injury is followed by a desired social event such as attention or support.
  • Other methods include tell-show-do, positive reinforcement, distraction, nonverbal communication or even general anesthesia and conscious sedation.

positive changes

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  • During his leadership, Selangor won 15 Malaysia Cups as well as doing a lot of positive changes to the association.
  • Despite all the generally positive changes, Maryville was soon facing significant operating deficits and was threatened with closure.
  • The patients of this experiment, who were mainly diagnosed with depression or schizophrenia expected positive changes from Cameron's treatment.

positive review stating

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  • However, he later went on to give the song and video a positive review stating that "Julia Volkova’s “Didn’t Wanna Do It” is flawless."
  • Robert Copsey of "Digital Spy" gave the song a positive review stating: If 'Close Enemies' is anything to go by, the answer is a firm no.
  • Digital Spy gave the EP a positive review stating, "Listening to his self-titled EP - a taster of what will follow on his debut album - it's easy to see why.

opened to positive

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  • "Bogan" was her first release in 2017 and it opened to positive reviews.
  • The film opened to positive reviews and was well received by the audience.
  • "Naduvula Konjam Pakkatha Kaanom" opened to positive reviews from the critics.

negative and positive

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  • Amateurism can be seen in both a negative and positive light.
  • fight between negative and positive.
  • Juice Wrld himself considered the emo label to be both negative and positive.

received positive feedback

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  • Sidlingu received positive feedback from the media.
  • But she said that the story received positive feedback from the viewers.
  • The single "Look Who's Dancin'" received positive feedback and charted at no.

positive review based

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  • Rotten Tomatoes reported that 63% of critics have given the film a positive review based on 153 reviews, with an average rating of 6.13/10.
  • "GamePro" gave the SNES version an overall positive review based on the depth of the gameplay, calling it "a thinking man's shoot-em-up game."
  • The review aggregator reported that 71% of critics have given the film a positive review based on 6 reviews, with an average rating of 5.92/10.

received positive reception

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  • Although the episode received positive reception, Dennis Perkins of "The A.V.
  • Since airing, "Believe in the Stars" has received positive reception from television critics.
  • Released for cinema on 20 February 1963, the film has received positive reception from critics.
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