This information is helpful when managing patients with diabetes and end-stage renal disease because they tend to have equivocal PVR studies and problematic wounds.
His failure in this respect left Anglo-Irish relations in an equivocal and uncertain state.
However, in single and double overexpressors the intersection was equivocal .
We have extensive experience with the strand displacement amplification test and have not experienced such a problem with equivocal results.
Overall, support for the direct influence of the economics of language on multilingualism was equivocal .
The logic of the reasoning that implies that, taken in isolation, past conduct is equivocal assumes, contrary to experience, that parties are as likely to breach their obligations as to perform them.
Given the equivocal nature of the evidence, deviations from these recommendations may, and should, occur.
Battle's answer to this question is equivocal .
Therefore, results may remain equivocal or questionable regardless of the number of times the experiment is performed.
The possibility is still open to his characters, but in an increasingly equivocal and doubtful way.