matrical

mat·ri·cal

(mat'ri-kăl),
Relating to any matrix.
Synonym(s): matricial

matrical

adjective Related to a matrix.

mat·ri·cal

(mat'ri-kăl)
Relating to any matrix.
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Less-common forms of alternative/divergent differentiation in BCC include matrical, eccrine, sebaceous, or myoepithelial differentiation.
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The subsistence and continuity of the unique self cannot be reduced to its material components alone because the material components come and go while the self's entelechy remains the same--the entelechy as the actualizing agent of the latent potencies of material being in its precise configurations and matrical properties.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-July 23, 2013-Brooks Automation to take over Matrical in USD10m deal(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Country: USASector: BiotechnologyTarget: Matrical IncBuyer: Brooks Automation IncDeal size in USD: 10mType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Agreed
In terms of matrical norms, again in line with the objectives of the Translation Bureau, the works were translated in full without any omissions, additions, changes, etc.
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