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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]

inherent

/in·her·ent/ (in-her´ent) implanted by nature; intrinsic; innate.

inherent

[inhir′ənt]
Etymology: L, inhaerere, to cling to
inborn, innate; natural to an environment. Compare indigenous.

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.

inherent

existing as an inseparable part, congenital, innate, inherited, inborn, inbuilt, intrinsic.
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LEGAL COMMENTARY: Work is inherently dangerous when it creates a peculiar risk of harm to others unless special precautions are taken.
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Because castings are inherently closer to the finished shape of the end-product than those made by any other steel making process, the beneficial result is considerably less machining Anecdotal evidence indicates that when geometry is severe (maximum metal removal required) and all costs compared or factored in (material, labor, assets employed, etc.
Even though the inherently political nature of all art is seemingly accepted as a truism, works that explicitly refer to social issues are nevertheless still branded "political art" so as to differentiate them from other, supposedly "nonpolitical art.
In traditional SAN architectures, data integrity is at risk and recovery may be complex and time consuming, thanks to caching and inherently complex layer-dependent remote replication mechanisms.
Though a war crimes judicial process has already proven its worth as a useful method for dealing with the most heinous of political leaders, the Bush administration views the next body to enforce international humanitarian law--the International Criminal Court (ICC)--as an institution somehow inherently hostile to American interests.
The shift towards inherently healthy menu terms is evident.
This article identifies the tools needed to determine whether a contracting request falls into the category of an inherently governmental function.
The Defense Department plans stricter scrutiny of contracts that are closely related to inherently governmental work.
The administration also is committed to clarify and bar outsourcing of inherently governmental functions, noting that the line has been blurred and inadequately defined.
Inherently safer production means primary prevention approaches that eliminate or dramatically reduce the probability of harmful releases by making fundamental changes in chemical inputs, production processes, and/or final products.