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geminate

 [jem´ĭ-nāt]
paired; occurring in twos.

gem·i·nate

(jem'i-nāt),
Occurring in pairs.
Synonym(s): geminous
[L. gemino, pp. -atus, to double, fr. geminus, twin]

geminate

/gem·i·nate/ (jem´ĭ-nāt) paired; occurring in twos.

gem·i·nate

(jem'i-năt)
Occurring in pairs.
[L. gemino, pp. -atus, to double, fr. geminus, twin]

gem·i·nate

(jem'i-năt)
Occurring in pairs.
[L. gemino, pp. -atus, to double, fr. geminus, twin]

geminate

paired; occurring in twos.
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6) Both the short geminate and long geminate close the preceding syllable.
In other words, he argues that the orthographic system of MS Junius 1 encodes the difference between single (short) and geminate (long) consonants because in Orm's dialect they still remained fully contrastive.
The combinations of identical phonemes called geminates occur in the phonology to show inter-syllabic relationship.
6, the energy wasting step being geminate pair recombination to yield methoxy-substituted heterocycles.
Blackspot wrasse is a geminate species of the red hogfish, Decodon puellaris, of the Atlantic, which occupies similar depths (6-275 m) and habitat on the Atlantic and Caribbean between South Carolina and northeastern Brazil, and which grows to a similar size (15 cm) (Gomon 1974; Robins et al.
Some of these secondary electrons may be captured by a positive ion in a process known as geminate recombination producing a highly excited state that can dissociate into other products.
Second prize, worth $250 and donated by Air Products Canada, went to David Michels ('Rapid Ligand Geminate Recombination in Horseradish Peroxidase') from the University of Windsor, and third prize, worth $150 and given by Fisher Scientific Ltd.
The existence of the morphotype without geminate median eburneous ridges (Fig.
In the illative forms, the geminate is much shorter for Speaker 2 than for Speaker 1, and Speaker 2 has a considerable variation in the length of the geminate.
Geminate pores up to 56 pairs, scattered on outer submedian/subdorsal area, a row of geminate pores present each on submargin along the marginal teeth, subdorsum along submarginal suture and submedian area along submedian depressions.
Fossil calibration of molecular clocks and the divergence times of geminate species pairs separated by the Isthmus of Panama.
According to Mass and Grieve [37] the ability of seed to geminate and emerge in saline soil not only depends upon the concentration of salts, but also upon various other biological factors i.