catenate


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arrange in a series of rings or chains, as for spores

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2) catenate, occasionally in branched chains, ellipsoid-ovoid, subcylindrical, fusiform, usually straight, (12-)15-25(-40) x 3-7 [micro]m, 0-1(-2)-septate, occasionally constricted at the septa, subhyaline to pale olivaceous, smooth or almost so, apex obtuse to truncate, base obconically truncate, hila 1.5-3 [micro]m wide, non-pigmented to pigmented, but unthickened.
ACTAEACEAE, AVERAGER, BRIDLEBRIDGE, CATENATE, DEREDDENED, DERIDERS, EMENDEMENTE, EYELEVEL, HITCHITI (tribe of American Indians), INEDITED, INGOINGS, INSTINCT, KIPSKINS, LOGOLOGY, MONOMINO (jrm), MINICLINIC (WW72144), NIVENITE, ORICONIC (w2), OUTMOUTH, OVERGOVERN, PATESIATES, RESERENE, RESTRESS (w2), RETHRESH (w2), RIVERINE, SPONSION, TRESTLES, TYLOSTYLUS and UNCHURCH.
Some of my favourites were cerebriform (brain shaped) catenate (linked, as in a chain), cancroid (crablike) capreolate (with tendrils) - and don't miss callipygian (having beautiful buttocks).
Comes from "catenate", to spew an entire file to the screen or dump large amounts of data at an unprepared target
Observe that push and inject are special cases of catenate. It will be convenient for us to treat them as separate operations, however.