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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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conjunction is the lesser of the values of the conjuncts rather than
ELC codes the enumerative listing conjunct which triggers the inversion of the verb and the subject.
Here the verb neither agrees with the first conjunct nor does it agree with the last conjunct; rather it agrees with the joint effect of the two conjuncts.
The required case is used on the first conjunct and thus is already clear to the speaker by the time the head of the relative clause is pronounced.
With the popularity of text messaging, new forms of news have developed, whereas with the rise of the mobile Internet, mobiles offer a conjunct form of online news.
Law on 3rd October 1940 -stipulating the first statute of the Jews-regards as Jew "any person with 3 Jewish grandparents or two grandparents of the same race if his conjunct is Jew", hanging up the way of determining if the ascendants were "Jewish race.
These complexities appear essential of conjunct attitude in management of supply chain.
At sunrise on December 21, 2012 for the first time in 26,000 years the Sun will rise to conjunct the intersection of the Milky Way and the plane of the ecliptic.
These dependent or subordinate clauses are always preceded by a special prefix that indicates the mode, just like in the rest of the dependent clauses in the Conjunct Order.
Like the sabak singing style discussed above, the conjunct (or stepwise) melodic motion in each line of text creates a smooth and flowing melodic line.
The positions of the conjunctions vary across the languages as well: they occur between the conjuncts, after all conjuncts, or after the first word of the second conjunct.
The structural decomposition of this pigment occurs due several factors that act singly or in conjunct during the maturation process, among them can be cited the pH changes caused mainly by the accumulation of organic acids and others compounds in the vacuoles; activation of the enzyme chlorophyllase and the presence of oxidant systems (CHITARRA; CHITARRA, 2005).