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extemporaneous

(ĕks-tĕm″po-rān′ē-ŭs) [LL. extemporaneus]
Not prepared according to formula but devised for the occasion.
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This experimental study showed the feasibility to use MRI imaging of excised tumor specimen to assess the resection margins with the same degree of accuracy than the conventional extemporaneous histopathological analysis.
the extemporaneous anticipation of the registration period cannot be allowed, so that the affiliated clubs must trust that they will acquire new players from another National Association only within a specific period of time, i.e.
While extemporaneous oral song and written poetry are often perceived as a bawdy/illiterate versus moral/literate duality, Mack is adamant that each informs the other, and that it is through this process that multiple interpretations are enabled, performer and audience connect, and deeper meaning is made possible.
Information on Labels: When a naturopath, Western herbalist, homoeopath or nutritionist dispenses an extemporaneous preparation, the information on the label must include:
The result was extemporaneous preaching based on careful preparation.
It is every young pastor's worst nightmare--an extemporaneous prayer before thousands of people, who may or may not believe what you have to say.
Hammons's study has three parts: "the widespread phenomenon of child loss poetry; the extemporaneous ballads, originally performed in public, of radical sectarian Anna Trapnel; and 'Book M,' a virtually unexplored commonplace book composed and compiled by Katherine Austen" (3).
Our youth can simultaneously vocalize extemporaneous rhymes, improvise polyrhythmic beats, all while choreographing original dance routines."
A quick walk around the machine to look for leaks, clear any extemporaneous material from around the baler and to check oil levels is considered a very good start.
Unlike other portraitists, however, she believes accuracy is extemporaneous and seeks to capture merely the essence of her subjects' expressions and settings.
One heritage from the Lawrence-Miller mode that seems beneficent is a matter of style--in a word: the extemporaneous. The appeal of the extemporaneous is a combination of the freshness of spontaneity combined with the moral bonus of a presumed honesty.