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con·tig·u·ous

(kon-tig'yū-ŭs),
Adjacent or in actual contact.
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con·tig·u·ous

(kŏn-tig'yū-ŭs)
Adjacent or in actual contact.
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contiguous

(of plant parts) touching at the edges.
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In the DAM algorithm, we used two basic routines, other than the sorting procedure: scanning a set of m items stored contiguously on the disk, and implementing an external-memory stack to perform batches of O(m) pop and push operations.
Exposure to online defenselessness on a social network site (Pera, 2018) may contiguously interfere with a user's psychological wellbeing.
e., lesions extending through more than one segment contiguously) were found in the present study.
On each nursing floor, 80 inpatient rooms are contiguously arranged and can be flexibly subdivided into changing ratios between acute care versus intensive care beds, and changing numbers of beds per nursing unit.
In simple terms, if two category labels, or exemplars of categories of interest, are presented contiguously to a subject, it is likely that many subjects will become aware of the verbal relations or associations of interest to the researcher.
Contiguously, a new corporate site was introduced solidifying the branding of The Futures Company as the leading global foresight and futures consultancy.
There was available space, for instance, on One Liberty's 52nd floor that would have allowed Arch to expand contiguously, a convenience that companies seek when they can in order to facilitate the connectivity of their operations.
Gene products of PVL (lukS-PV and lukF-PV), which are encoded by contiguously located, cotranscribed genes (lukS-PV and lukF-PV), assemble as hetero-oligomers and synergistically exert cytolytic pore-forming activity (1).
As the soil acidity becomes more variable but not contiguously so, it may be more difficult to administer similar management practices to the whole area.
Head capsule 0.8 mm wide, dark brown; stemmata black, 1-3 grouped together; first and second contiguously located (same in test of instars).
The report concludes that economic regulation based on criminal sanctions is unlikely to work and so far all the Government has done to deal with another outbreak ``is pass secondary legislation to give it powers to contiguously cull, which it did not have during the 2001 epidemic, and change the name of Maff to Defra''.
SPICE simulations were done on contiguously unpopulated slots from 4 to 12 showing positive results.