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contiguous

adj. connected or "next to", usually meaning adjoining pieces of real estate.

contiguous

adjective abutting, adjacent, adjoining, against, at close quarters, beside, bordering, bounding, close, confinis, conjoining, conjunct, connected, convergent, coupled, edging, end to end, in close proximity, in common boundaries with, in contact, joined, meeting, near, neighboring, next to, on the confines of, on the edge of, proximal, proximate, side by side, touching, verging
Associated concepts: contiguous lands, contiguous municiialities, contiguous property, contiguous territory
See also: adjacent, close, immediate, near, proximate
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If a similar fence is placed contiguously along the border of Texas and Mexico, dispersals and migrations of black bears into western Texas might potentially be prevented.
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In Honduras, Protestant influence had spread contiguously with the United Fruit Company during the period of Gunboat Diplomacy.
Third is the provision of job-embedded professional learning and contiguously the encouragement of professional communities within schools, between schools and across schools.
Rectangles represent regions, and different rectangles representing adjacent regions are placed contiguously.
Halsted pioneered surgery for early breast cancer with mastectomy and axillary clearance in keeping with the hypothesis that breast cancer spread contiguously to the regional nodes and so an extensive en bloc resection was advocated.
Contiguously, to have edge in information service provision in this era makes digital education indispensable.
Concatenating the data sets for ospA and ospB sequences is appropriate because these loci lie contiguously in a single operon, and little evidence exists for recombination either within or between these genes (see below).