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having a chainlike form

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3) The Yilan oil shale is composed mainly of a chainlike cyclic saturated organic material kerogen, and some inorganic minerals, such as quartz, kaolinite, illite, siderite, pyrite.
It should be noted, however, that Jordan made no mention of the chainlike pigmentation pattern characteristic of large specimens of E.
The process Benerito's team developed is based on treating cotton fibers with reagents that strengthen the hydrogen bonds between chainlike cellulose molecules--a process called "cross-linking.
Medicine Shoppe International continues to stress the basics of pharmacy operations, along with chainlike back-office support, a focus on niche services and highly personalized service as the path to success in a competitive economic environment.
Enzymes that break the long, chainlike molecules of gelatin into shorter fragments.
Proteins, like DNA, are also long, chainlike molecules.
Floating aquatic, roots absent; leaves 3, dimorphic, 2 green, sessile, entire, floating and I finely dissected, petiolate, rootlike, submerged; sporocarps chainlike on submerged leaf.
With its chainlike characteristics mixed with innovative, independent-style touches, Granville manages to seduce hungry palates with fresh and appealing fare at reasonable tariff.
Thus, the magnetic particles form special chainlike structure in the direction of the magnetic field, which results in the controllable shear modulus with the magnetic fields.
In some cases, these outside salespeople are part of a chainlike enterprise composed entirely of home-based agents.
A chainlike Jewel has substantial coverage of the Chicago metropolitan area, and they were the pioneer in opening stores in the inner city," adds Rosenbaum.
Chainsaw: A motor-driven saw with a sharp chainlike rotating blade, normally used to cut trees, branches and large pieces of wood such as landscape timbers.
Woese and a handful of others at the time were convinced that within every living cell, at a level beyond the view of microscopes, there would be clues to our evolutionary past, tucked away in the structure of long, chainlike molecules such as proteins and genes.
Under Bolton, retail management across all store groups has had concise direction as they try to adopt more chainlike practices focusing on lowering costs and building the customer base.
At a gross level, the biomechanical system in this study can be modeled by a chainlike linkage composed of four interconnected segments: torso, right clavicle, right upper arm, and right forearm, as depicted in Figure 1.