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lineal

(lĭn′ē-əl)
adj.
1. Belonging to or being in the direct line of descent from an ancestor.
2. Derived from or relating to a particular line of descent; hereditary.
3. Linear.

lin′e·al·ly adv.
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This is to say that it is probable that the Trobrianders experience reality in nonlineal pattern because this is the valued reality; and that they are capable of experiencing lineally, when value is absent or destroyed.
Just like with the gutted tilapia, the quality index obtained increased lineally regarding storage time on ice; finding a high positive correlation, adjusting the lineal model adequately (R2 = 0.9794; p [less than or equal to] 0.01), for which the parameters that were included in the quality index model (Table 2) were useful to establish the evolution of the loss of freshness in the fish.
(2) When the water/binder of cement mortar is 0.5, the fluidity is almost lineally raised with GWC powder amount.
Therefore, we are in front of an explosion of lateral activation which begins at the structures with accumulated charge and spreads lineally toward all directions, until a structure appears in the pathway with a complete discharge.
The two arms of the multifractal dipole with a lineally tapered microstrip Balun [16-18] are etched on top and bottom of a Taconic TLX-5A dielectric substrate with size of 78 mm x 60 mm x 1.0 mm (L x W x T, with 35 [micro]m copper cladding), [[epsilon].sub.r] = 2.17 [+ or -] 0.02, and tan [delta] = 0.0009 separately, as shown in Fig.
E necessario, entao, para seu proposito, que Walton diga que Donne nasceu de familia boa e virtuosa, e que estabeleca uma linhagem que a torne legitima: "[...] his father was masculinely and lineally descended from a very ancient family in Wales" (WALTON, 1825, p.
your blood as high as any gentleman's lineally descended from the loins of King Cadwallader" (2.1.sp297).
Colonial-Dutch Surabaya developed southwards from its port, lineally along a road parallel to the Kali Mas and variously named along its length (Faber 1931).
Whether or not the task involves singing, dancing, or acting, or any combination of these three, the actor is encouraged to perform the task as a triple threat actor processing lineally on all three levels simultaneously.
(77) The opinion created the presumption that when whites and Indians were challenging their status as a slave, they would be set free, and their accuser would "have an opportunity of asserting and proving them to be lineally descended in the maternal line from a female African slave." (78) The opinion pointed out that difficulties would arise when presumptions based on appearances were weakened because races had been "intermingled." (79)
Where individuals are not lineally related, generations are deemed to consist of age cohorts that are within 25 year bands and an individual born within 12 1/2 years of the donor is deemed to be of the donor's generation with the result that for a generation-skipping transfer to be present, the donee must be at least more than 37 1/2 years younger than the donor.