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as·sort·ment

(ă-sōrt'ment),
In genetics, the relationship between nonallelic genetic traits that are transmitted from parent to child more or less independently in accordance with the degree of linkage between the respective loci.
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as·sort·ment

(ă-sōrt'mĕnt)
In genetics, the relationship between nonallelic genetic traits that are transmitted from parent to child more or less independently in accordance with the degree of linkage between the respective loci.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Tout d'abord, le titre "Ebauche d'un serpent" evoque la duplicite du sujet du poeme.
Voyons d'abord "[gamma]" et "Autre ebauche" qui ne contiennent qu'une fois la description de cette scene.
These links come into especially sharp focus in relation to 'La pierre qui pousse', which is seen to share presentational, structural, and thematic parallels with the unfinished ebauche. The second part of the volume builds on earlier contributions to the Serie Albert Camus, focusing on Camus's reception in countries of the former Eastern bloc.
Elle a donne une ebauche de la maniere dont les femmes ont ete percues dans la perspective de leur participation aux TIC, et des difficultes qu'elles ont eues a reduire l'inegalite en termes d'acces et d'utilisation des TIC.
Ce livre ebauche dix possibilites de gain pour la protection de l'environnement.
As the Catullan citation and its original context emerge in the reader's consciousness, this "ebauche" of a maze-like edifice combines physical pleasure (food and sex) with cynegetic brutality (the prey's demise in the hunt).
William Marx, examining Mon Faust (yet another Ebauche!), explains why Valery who famously detested fiction was happy to choose dialogue form since for him 'drama is not subject to the same criticisms as the novel, as dramatic speech may become a truly autonomous act rather than a mere imitation of reality.' He does however omit to point out that the echo 'pire' depends on the final syllable of 'expire' - and, surely, the last words of Chanson part mean 'lie doggo' not 'to be dead'.
La relation avec le pere sera analysee ici avec la figure de Ridley Ambrose, ebauche du futur Mr.
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