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consisting of two or more interconnected parts

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For reinforced brickwork, steel reinforced are encased between two layers of units and bounded compositely using ground and for reinforced block work, the steel reinforced mainly laid inside the cores then filled with grout.
quoted the 'invariable' testimony of several indigenous eyewitnesses compositely thus:
He also recommends TIPS and "the avoidance of anything compositely longer than, say, 7-10 years of maturity.
Figure 3 shows the structure of uni-temporal model, where ID is the identifier of the object (for simplicity, the definition of the object is not a composite, but if there is an necessity to create it compositely, it would not affect the principles).
pre-contemplation, contemplation and action) and can be scored compositely or separately for each stage.
And secondly, "History," as one soon discovers within the first few pages of the essay, is not really the "Muse" under attack in the essay; rather, it is the array of African-derived deities, cults and cultural symbols deployed by Afro-Caribbean writers of the militantly Black nationalist school as their muses, it is these that Walcott compositely designates the "Muse of History" and savages as misbegotten and enervating influences on the then emerging Caribbean literary tradition.