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connected by or as if by kinship or common origin

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of similar parts or organs


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(5) Double tooth is a term used to describe connate tooth and includes both Dental fusion and gemination.
Sepals in fruit about as long as glands or slightly longer, rounded, thin, abaxially proximally sericeous and distally glabrous, adaxially glabrous; calyx glands 8, 3-3.5 mm long in fruit, obovate, 2 partially connate. Petals and stamens not seen.
According to Connate, "Pakistan is one of the fastest growing markets in the emerging economies and we entered the market purely by the dynamics of an ever evolving media scene.
When the bracts are connate, at least at base, this character is sufficient to assign the species to series Tiliifolia as recorded in P maliformis.
It is concluded that connate water and secondary trapped water [11] will absorb all radio electromagnetic radiation.
(7) The exact solution shows that the injected chemical slug dissolves in the connate reservoir water rather than in the chemical-free water injected after the slug.
The operationalization of consumer trust is in line with the way how its connate nature was represented.
penduliflora the outer floral bracts are connate basally for about 2-3 mm unlike the new species described here and the petals are green with a flush of purple basally on the adaxial surface.
Irreducible water saturation and the connate gas saturation,
Greenham, like Arsic, concludes that Emerson departs significantly from Edwards, but this conclusion fails to account for ideas within "New English" thinking connate to Emersonian Transcendentalism.
The sepals are five, minute, basally connate, imbricate, light green, lightly pubescent outside and persistent without any further growth during post-fertilization stage in fruited flowers.
However, becoming a dietitian was not a connate ambition.
This conglomeration of cultural, academic, political, and institutional methodologies for accumulating, organizing, and "mastering" the Orient cannot escape the logical sequelae of its own enabling tactics (if not, as Slavoj ZiZek would argue, the connate inconsistency of all ideology [28-33, 47-49]).
When counting abdominal ventrites, note that ventrite I is not developed and that some more distal ventrites can be fused ("connate" is a term customarily used).
In the Poetics Aristotle mentions imitation as connate to man, being the process by which men learn.