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liquescent

 [lĭ-kwes´ent]
tending to become liquid or fluid.
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li·ques·cent

(li-kwes'ĕnt)
Becoming or tending to become liquid.
[L. liquesco, to become liquid]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

liquescent

(li-kwe′sĕnt) [L. liquescere, to become liquid]
Being or becoming liquid.
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Zapke lists the unique features of the notation in Santa Cruz de la Seros that are recognized as "later Aquitanian": the small distance between the neume elements of punctum and virga; the more rounded and often ligated neumes; the presence of later liquescences; the unique shape of the custos; and the consistency and precision of the neume forms.