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con·tig·u·ous

(kon-tig'yū-ŭs),
Adjacent or in actual contact.

con·tig·u·ous

(kŏn-tig'yū-ŭs)
Adjacent or in actual contact.

contiguous

(of plant parts) touching at the edges.
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That is, it allowed for the experiencing of ceramic objects contiguously with discussion of them, and of the conditions under which they are produced.
With this announcement, Calderon joins Lula of Brazil and Uribe of Colombia in making a significant gesture to the left contiguously in time with the reception of Bush.
From the Figure 2, we can see the third layer-video shots, which directly related to video structures and contents, are the basic units used for accessing video and a sequence of frames recorded contiguously and re-presenting a continuous action in time or space.
After the cover had been removed from the cylindrical core sampler, the soil inside was contiguously sampled using 10-12 small (205 [cm.
Blood cultures, which are useful in establishing a definitive microbiologic diagnosis in 24 to 62% cases of aerobic vertebral osteomyelitis, (1,3,11,17) were positive in four (15%) cases of anaerobic spondylodiscitis reviewed here; bacteremia was seen in 0% and 29% of instances of contiguously and hematogenously spread infection, respectively.
5 million residents living in the twenty-nine counties contiguously situated along the U.
Abstraction organizes examples hierarchically and contiguously, but examples, by presenting the sensuous sphere of intelligibility in which an utterance achieves its complete meaning, develop an idea within a determinate public space.
Another farmer who saw his livestock contiguously culled, said, 'It was a horrendous day.
Spirituality hangs on every tree," Knoerle said of the wooded campus where the college sits contiguously with the motherhouse of the Sisters of Providence on 1,300 acres.
The 230 rural health care providers were from a four-county continuum or contiguously close areas with a population range of 1,500 to 20,000 located in the eastern and southern regions of the United States.