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Things research often describes (“research ________”)
methodology, project, design, development, projects, work, program, institute, approach, workers, studies, techniques, model, study, institutes, group, center, activities, process, methods, programs, firm, paper, institutions, method, worker, organizations, laboratory, extension, department, teaching, findings, team, training, question, programme, community, division, laboratories, literature, relationship, organization, groups, report, technology, staff, data, theory, production, progress, support, strategy, centers, policy, activity, company, setting, assistant, firms, reports, orientation, purposes, station, effort, facilities, personnel, centre, nexus, efforts, facility, departments, models, movement, phase, unit, teams, grant, survey, committee, programmes, technique, management, mindedness, task, companies, scientists, evaluation, agencies, ethics, specialists

Descriptive words:
further, scientific, recent, future, basic, social, empirical, more, current, qualitative, much, historical, medical, extensive, psychological, clinical, previous, educational, experimental, additional, original, modern, academic, agricultural, considerable, comparative, subsequent, quantitative, archaeological, fundamental, systematic, sociological, biomedical, biological, intensive, industrial, cultural, ethnographic, earlier, scholarly, behavioral, based, ongoing, applied, contemporary, past, careful, related, anthropological, genetic, pure, relevant, longitudinal, feminist, independent, participatory, psychical, theoretical, detailed, interdisciplinary, collaborative, developmental, prior, latest, preliminary, linguistic, operational, oriented, archival, nuclear, cognitive, available, joint, organizational


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