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inborn

 [in´born]
1. genetically determined, and present at birth; see also inborn error of metabolism.
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in·born

(in'bōrn),
Initiated during development in utero. In the specific context of inborn error of metabolism, it connotes a genetic disruption of an enzyme. See: inborn error of metabolism.
Synonym(s): innate
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innate

Paranormal
noun A term which, in the construct of chiropractic, corresponds to a form of personalised energy based in the nervous system; it is equal to spirit or vital force.
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in·born

(in'bōrn)
Implanted during development in utero. In the specific context of inborn error of metabolism, it connotes a genetic disruption of an enzyme.
See: inborn errors of metabolism
Synonym(s): innate.
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Rand's goal was not, as Johnson seems to believe, to mine man's prehistoric past for evidence that he is innately a rational egoist.
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Creativity is innately brought with secret power which can emerge at any time throughout life and be enhanced if fostered.
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Familiarity ultimately breeds an urge to hit the fastforward button, but the three leads, playing innately likeable and decent people, keep us watching.
But no mention is made of people who are innately ambidextrous, as in my family.
Are the two varieties of principle innately different in kind; in origin; in application; in result?
"I think women innately are just more relationship oriented, and it kind of falls more naturally," she says.
If men truly are innately gifted at these jobs, then it wouldn't be fair to men or to society to initiate policies that would aim to redistribute half of these jobs to women, however subtle those attempts might be.
It's really sad how many people believe that humans are innately flawed.
Unlike much of Protestantism, Rome is innately suspicious of feelings and enthusiasms; still, I can report that my predominant feeling was of a homecoming, of responding to a bell I had long heard toll, of taking my place at a table that had long been set, of finding spiritual companionship among those unashamed to profess the faith of the fathers.
A recent description was given of a typical Teessider, as "loyal, hardworking and innately pessimistic." Spot on.