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inborn

 [in´born]
1. genetically determined, and present at birth; see also inborn error of metabolism.

in·born

(in'bōrn),
Initiated during development in utero. In the specific context of inborn error of metabolism, it connotes a genetic disruption of an enzyme. See: inborn error of metabolism.
Synonym(s): innate

innate

/in·nate/ (ĭ-nāt´) inborn.

innate

[in′āt, ināt′]
Etymology: L, innatus, inborn
1 existing in or belonging to a person from birth; inborn; hereditary; congenital.
2 a natural and essential characteristic of something or someone; inherent.
3 originating in or produced by the intellect or the mind.

innate

Paranormal
noun A term which, in the construct of chiropractic, corresponds to a form of personalised energy based in the nervous system; it is equal to spirit or vital force.

in·born

(in'bōrn)
Implanted during development in utero. In the specific context of inborn error of metabolism, it connotes a genetic disruption of an enzyme.
See: inborn errors of metabolism
Synonym(s): innate.

innate

inborn; hereditary; congenital.
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Emotions are not innately programmed into our brains, but rather are cognitive states resulting from the gathering of information, according to research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences by Richard Brown, professor of philosophy at the City University of New York's LaGuardia College, and Joseph LeDouxu, founder of the Emotional Brain Institute who also is a professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at New York University.
Over the years since her abduction in 2002, I have had the privilege of meeting Milly's grieving parents, Sally and Bob, an understated, innately decent pair, who've always maintained a fierce dignity and togetherness despite the heartbreak and the not knowing, nor wanting to imagine.
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