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in·her·ent

(in-her'ent),
Occurring as a natural part or consequence; latent imminent; intrinsic.
[L. inhaerens, sticking to, adhering]

in·her·ent

(in-her'ĕnt)
Occurring as a natural part or consequence; intrinsic.
[L. inhaerens, sticking to, adhering]

inherent

Of a quality or part, existing naturally or intrinsically.
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Optimal Cost will result when ambient sensing proportional temperature control is provided alongside inherently temperature-safe self-regulating heaters.
The Progress 8 measure that is used to compile these tables is inherently flawed.
'It may sound strange to some, but there is something inherently inhuman about forcing people to ignore their instinct to care for other creatures who are weak, helpless and in need of care,' De Lima said in her lateset dispatch from Camp Crame, Quezon City.
"While the club is disappointed about this situation, it is a consequence of the inherently imbalanced system."
Inherently biodegradable: The product is capable of biodegrading from as low as 20 percent to less than 60 percent in 28 days.
"Improvements to land" are further defined to include inherently permanent structures and their structural components.
The inherently flexible nature of these polymers eliminates the need for plasticizers, such as migration, to the surrounding environment.
But I have read reviews in this publication on short-barreled, factory-standard, semiautomatic .308s that were not so "inherently accurate." As Jones points out, certain conditions could render such a cartridge inherently inaccurate.
High Point, NC, September 23, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Innovative Textiles' family of Reliant[R] inherently flame resistant (FR) performance woven and knitted fabrics, is proud to announce the release of its Tri-Hazard HiVz FR performance Fleece.
He told Empire magazine the Scot has "elements" of predecessors Tom Baker, Jon Pertwee and Patrick Troughton and said the The Thick of It star was "inherently funny but inherently brooding and complicated, as a performer and a man".
The concept of "inherently governmental functions" distinguishes actions that a civilian contractor can take on behalf of the U.S.