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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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Contiguously, a chronic shortage of relief (substitute) teachers makes staffing arrangements in many schools fragile and hinders opportunities for off-site professional development.
The instructors contiguously and simultaneously presented the written words and the corresponding pictures.
The more fragments on the drive the less likely it will be that a large file can be written contiguously.
On a couple of occasions these interruptions are provided by local fauna--"All the khan sleeps, save two cats, which indulge in festive bouncings, and save a sleepless donkey, which rolls too contiguously to my head" (Lear, p.
This textbook, with its four broad chronological divisions, allows students to grapple with the artistic complexities of each Roman monument and period by presenting the contiguously diverse stylistic currents engaged in throughout Rome's vast territories.
This study used the method of forming parcels which systematically group together items that are arranged contiguously on the scale within a factor for measures of self-oriented perfectionism and academic procrastination.
Our plan from the beginning was to try and create a national footprint, but it was important for us to grow slowly and contiguously," said David Trone.
Regardless, moose began to increase in number in the early 1900s, and their distribution spread contiguously across central British Columbia.
more apply to track the positions of combat tank and intelligence of enemy in the battlefield quickly and contiguously.
Most species are contiguously allopatric and actively partition common habitat areas (Heller 1971).
Face contiguously punctured, punctures smaller toward vertex and paraocular areas; gena and postgena striate, integument imbricate near hypostomal area.