[ US /əˈnoʊvɑ/ ]
  1. a statistical method for making simultaneous comparisons between two or more means; a statistical method that yields values that can be tested to determine whether a significant relation exists between variables
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  • At the beginning, Asked For is in Venice with her father, where she meets an ageing Jacob to use the English version of his name Casanova; her father dies, and she begins to travel with the man who fascinates her. Susan Swan: What Casanova Told Me
  • The rest of the book is a rampant cornucopia of sickness and murders as the noble hero, Dr. Alex Cross, attempts to find Casanova's victims, hidden deep in Casanova's sex caves. It's A Good Thing He Can't Blow My Mind
  • Robert, the Casanova of the plains, was in a nicely stirred frenzy of desire and frustration.
  • They carried candles and wore masks: an eggshell face with antlers; a patchwork harlequin; a Casanova; a Scaramouch. The Faculty Club
  • Upcoming performances include the folk duo Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer on Oct. 30, the Bang on a Can All-Stars in an all-Steve Reich program on Nov. 11, the eclectic group Punch Brothers with mandolin player Chris Thile on Nov. 12, Kris Kristofferson in a recital of solo voice and guitar on Nov. 13, and the guitarist Ana Vidovic with flutist Anastasia Petanova on Nov. 18. Washington is once again taking pride of place in its classical guitar tradition
  • Despite the fact he was only thirteen, it seemed the young prince was already a Casanova in the making, an expert at coaxing and cajoling girls.
  • In 1999, relatives of the churchwomen filed a lawsuit against Garcia and Vides Casanova, but the men successfully argued that they could not be held responsible for the actions of rogue subordinates.
  • Thus, although Greenberg champions avant-garde abstract artists, his is not the more rational avant-garde aesthetic of, for example, the Soviet Constructivists (e.g. Malevich, Popova, Rodchenko and Rozanova), or that of Mondrian, but a mystical one that suited his denegation of exact knowledge better. Political Affairs Magazine
  • Vodianova also shared some stories from her childhood -- she grew up in Nizhni Novgorod, Russia and started working in a market at age 11: "I come from a very poor background, bought up by a single mum, with a little sister who is mentally disabled. Natalia Vodianova Poses With Adorable Babies For (BUGABOO) RED (PHOTO)
  • Ananova - Penis museum in manhunt: The world's only penis museum has appealed for a human specimen. Archive 2007-08-26
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