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opposite

(of two plant organs, such as leaves) located at the same height on the plant but at opposite sides of the stem.
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About half the intellectual effort which is needed to review a book of modern poetry has enabled me to get together seven or eight people, of opposite sexes, at the same spot at the same hour on the same day.
Sotto suggests 'reality check' on transgenders' use of restrooms !-- -- (Philstar.com) - August 16, 2019 - 5:02pm MANILA, Philippines Senate President Tito Sotto insisted that he respects rights but he is still not in favor of allowing transgender people to use restrooms of the opposite sex.
we have published our plans for extending civil partnerships to opposite sex couples by the end of this year.
If 80 percent can become comfortable with their own sex, isn't it deeply unkind, even abusive, to encourage children to "transition" to the opposite sex without first making a concerted effort to help them reconcile to their biology?
The Swiss city of Lausanne has blocked a Muslim couple's bid to become Swiss nationals over their refusal to shake hands with members of the opposite sex. (Shutterstock) GENEVA: The Swiss city of Lausanne has blocked a Muslim couple's bid to become Swiss nationals over their refusal to shake hands with members of the opposite sex.
A platonic friend is a very close friend of the opposite sex, where nothing, of a sexual nature, has ever happened between them.
LASSES are becoming more attractive to the opposite sex.
In an interview with reporters Tuesday, Alvarez said he would file a bill seeking to amend the Family Code to allow civil union both for partners from the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community, as well as for partners of the opposite sex.
Although the number of same-sex couples adopting has risen dramatically over the past decade, most of the same-sex couples with children have them from a previous relationship with someone of the opposite sex (Black et al.
DOMA had stated that, within government programs, the word "marriage" meant only a legal union between one man and one woman, and the word "spouse" could refer only to a husband or wife of the opposite sex. Since the decision, the government has started approving some Medicare enrollments for same-sex spouses.
Characters are also rather two-dimensional, and "plain" Kelsea herself seems far too obsessed with her lack of beauty and attraction to the opposite sex to be a good role model for teenagers.
The results suggest that when resources are scarce people are attracted to larger members of the opposite sex, as bigger bodies indicate success in accessing food.