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contiguous

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

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Correlation between sperm aneuploidy and DNA fragmentation with age is given in table 1.
Let us look at two scenarios where the fragmentation has been projected based on two different borehole diameters where all parameters of the blast, except for the bench height, were scaled for different borehole diameters.
Alikani, "Pathogenesis, developmental consequences, and clinical correlations of human embryo fragmentation," Fertility and Sterility, vol.
Simulation results are obtained for different values of RTS and fragmentation thresholds as shown in Figure 22.
Among forest birds, psittacids are seriously threatened due to the illegal pet trade (Marin et al., 2012) as well as the destruction and fragmentation of their habitats (Snyder, McGowan, Gilardi, & Grajal, 2000).
Point Blank Enterprises is a provider of high protective solutions, including bullet, fragmentation, and stab resistant apparel and related accessories.
Given the rapidly growing population versus consequent land size fragmentation and degradation of natural resources, the opportunity to increase smallholders' farmland productivity through area expansion is limited [18, 19].
Grade 1--Fewer than 2 foci of elastic fragmentation in one microscopic field.
Data distribution consists in three main activities: data fragmentation, allocation of data fragments to the sites and data replication.
* Analyze index fragmentation on local and remote SQL Server instances
Censorship, cybercrime, fragmentation in governance threaten innovation and openness for the internet