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propinquity

(Kinship), noun affiliation, affinity, alliance, association, bond, close association, common ancestry, connection, consanguinity, family connection, filiation, kindred, link, nearness of blood, nearress of relation, relationship, tie

propinquity

(Proximity), noun adjacency, apposition, closeness, contiguity, juxtaposition, nearness, vicinage

propinquity

(Similarity), noun accord, affinity, affinnty of nature, alikeness, comparison, compatibility, concert, concord, congeniality, correspondence, equivalence, homogeneity, likeness, parallelism, proximity, semblance, similitude, synonymity, unity
See also: blood, connection, corollary, kinship, relation, vicinity

PROPINQUITY. Kindred; parentage. Vide. Affinity; Consanguinity; Next of kin.

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In regard to propinquity, or familiarity with each other (Aron, Dutton, Aron, & Iverson, 1989), summer camp environments are conducive to this attribute.
The propinquity of fog towards drone is specifically needed to save the bandwidth and allow least latency which can be predicted.
A secondary propinquity which relations needs to accomplish in the interaction and socialization process are the social principles.
Engagement, specifically, fits into dialogic communication as an aspect of "propinquity," one of Kent and Taylor's (2002) five underlying principles of dialogue (which are mutuality, propinquity, empathy, risk, and commitment).
Using Kent and Taylor's (2002) concept of propinquity (immediacy of presence, temporal flow and engagement), Sutherland argues the campaign enabled participants to move between social media and offline spaces and created an 'elastic' relationship between participant and cause.
Activating the well and putting it into service will need less resources due to propinquity to present GWA resources, said GWA.
Organizations have a dynamic function in influencing gender performativity because the body undertakes an implication that is more relevant than its own applicability (Lazaroiu, 2016; 2014; 2013) and the propinquity of its own representation, but which is undergone and performed via that representation.
IT CAN EASILY BE SEEN - BECAUSE OF THEIR COMPLEMENTARY NATURAL GEOGRAPHIC ATTRIBUTES AND MUTUAL SUPPORT PROPINQUITY - THAT CLARK-SUBIC ARE TWIN ELEMENTS OF THE SAME ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIO-ECONOMIC, ETHNO-CULTURAL, AND POLITICAL-SECURITY ENTITY THAT CAN BE SYNERGIZED AS A "DUAL ASSET COMBINATION" FOR OUR COUNTRY'S STRATEGIC BENEFIT.
There were other detractors too, who did not appreciate the growing propinquity between Kabul and Islamabad.
While it was facile to state that America as a nation was predisposed to hate Sunnis after 9/11, the propinquity to favour Iran was manna from heaven or, to use another idiom, Washington found in Tehran the goose that laid a golden egg, even if revenge and greed were not the ways to conduct a country's foreign policy -- much less protect its national security goals.
With such a demanding work performed in such frequent propinquity, it's wise to have a back-up cast, and they were showcased last Thursday, with Anthony Negus' wonderfully shapely, structured conducting an ever-present cushion.
His best argument--and the only thing that keeps him from being labeled as certifiably nuts-is that the new station promises that border crossings from Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada to Niagara, New York, USA via an updated customs process--aided by the facilities at the new station--and its propinquity to the Whirlpool International Bridge--will expedite border crossings enough that auto travelers, once they habituate themselves to such speedier custom service as DeSantis envisions will abandon their automobiles and the supposed long two and longer hour bridge crossing times they have come to abhor and exit exhausted and depleted and come instead to Niagara Falls, having napped half the way and worked or played on their laptop coming bouncing off the train.