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syntaxis

(sin-tak'sis) [? + taxis, arrangement]
A junction between two bones. Synonym: articulation
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1996, The lower crust of the Bay of Islands ophiolite, Canada: Petrology, mineralogy, and the importance of syntaxis in magmatic differentiation in ophiolites and at ocean ridges: Journal of Geophysical Research, v.
We would have gratefully acknowledged his guidance as we offered sources he had not found, for example, the first edition of Despauterius's Syntaxis (1509).
After working as a translation consultant from 1991 to 2000, she established Syntaxis, a multilingual communications company serving clients that included Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and non-profit organizations.
Guya, 2005," Kinematics of a sigmoidal fold And vertical axis rotation in the east the Zagros-Makron syntaxis (southern Iran): paleomagnetic, magnetic Fabric and microtectonic approaches",Techtonophisics.