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conjunct

adjective allied, amalgamated, binding, coadunate, coalescent, coherent, cohesive, combined, complex, composite, concerted, conjoint, connected, consensual, consolidated, contiguous, correlative, incorporated, indissoluble, indivisible, inseparable, integrated, joined, joint, matched, merged, paired, partnered, participant, symbiotic, unified, united
Associated concepts: conjunctive denials, conjunctive obliiations, conjunctive of averments, conjunctive relief
Foreign phrases: Conjunctim et divisim.Jointly and severally
See also: associated, coadunate, coherent, cohesive, compact, composite, compound, concerted, conjoint, consensual, contiguous, corporate, correlative, inextricable, joint
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If case can be assigned to one of the conjuncts, it is not clear why this assignment could be blocked for the other conjunct.
It is assigned provisionally to Rhytidorhachis because it has a rostrate shell with a delthyrium covered by thick medially conjunct deltidial plates and prominent concentric ornament.
kandel 'to obey' is probably a conjunct verb built with kan 'ear', cf.
Restoration of the occlusal balance by obturations, conjunct and adjointprostheses.
The elision in (1) targets the second conjunct--more precisely, the left periphery of that conjunct (marked by the dots).
As the 'expression' is quoted in the second conjunct, substitution would be substitution into quotation marks, which is forbidden.
The conjunct role of two effect factors determines the effect of oil on the heat transfer coefficient.
Busoni imagined composers approaching or quitting notes derived from tripartite divisions of the whole-tone in much the same way as one would with any other note--either by conjunct or disjunct melodic motion--thus making the distinction between his system and that of traditional Western music mainly one of tuning.
As a conjunct to the hard copy of the archive, initial project planning suggested that an indexical/bibliographic-type program (like EndNote) might be appropriate for keeping track of project materials in a relatively searchable application that would give researchers a quick shorthand guide to the contents of the archive.
Sayana additionally remarks on the preservation of the second person singular imperative active termination hi due to the fact that the vikarana u is preceded by a conjunct consonant that results from guna having applied previously.
A recognition ceremony with the Governor and Executive Council will be held in August in conjunct on with Women Equality Day, celebrating women's suffrage.
The heavier acid layer contains free HF, water, organic fluorides (produced by incomplete reaction) and a group of heavy hydrocarbon by-products known as conjunct polymers or, more commonly, acid soluble oils (ASO) (Miron and Lee, 1963; Albright et al.