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syntaxis

(sin-tak'sis) [? + taxis, arrangement]
A junction between two bones. Synonym: articulation
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These structures in the Kashmir region are complex due to its proximity to the NW Himalayan syntaxis and the presence of salt and anhydrites in the syntaxial region.
1996, The lower crust of the Bay of Islands ophiolite, Canada: Petrology, mineralogy, and the importance of syntaxis in magmatic differentiation in ophiolites and at ocean ridges: Journal of Geophysical Research, v.
We would have gratefully acknowledged his guidance as we offered sources he had not found, for example, the first edition of Despauterius's Syntaxis (1509).
Como la sintaxis consiste en la recta composicion de las partes de la oracion entre si, de la cual principalmente ciertas particulas y articulos dotan a la lengua portuguesa, en la exposicion y en la indicacion de estos consumiremos nuestro esfuerzo" ("Cum igitur syntaxis consistat in recta partium orationis inter se compositione, quam praecipue lusitanae linguae conferunt quaedam particulae et articuli, in his referendis et declarandis nostra desudabit industria" (Pereira 1672: 201).
One might argue that these illustrations are merely intended to be copied by the teacher for use in class, but once we come to the Partes Orationis or Die Tede der Deutschen Sprache, and to Syntaxis or Zusammenfugung der Nahmen and Worter, it is clear that each two-sided leaf is designed to form a card itself.
5) Ptolomeo recogio todo el conocimiento astronomico de la antiguedad en una magna obra de 13 volumenes llamada Mathematike Syntaxis conocida tambien como Megale Syntaxis, que fue traducida al arabe por Isaac Ibn Hunayn bajo el patrocinio del califa abasi Al-Mamun (786-833) con el nombre de Almagesto, y con ese titulo se dio a conocer durante generaciones.
The Almagest was originally titled Megale Syntaxis ("Mathematical Compilation") when the Alexandrian astronomer and mathematician wrote it around AD 150.
1999) Geologic map of the Indus syntaxis and surrounding area, northwest Himalaya, Pakistan.
Ptolemy's best known work is in astronomy: his Almagest (an Arabic title meaning The Greatest; original title, Syntaxis Mathematica, or Systematic Mathematical Treatise) became the standard textbook for astronomy for more than 1,000 years.
In Quintilian, syntaxis is distinguished from accidentia: while accidentia designates the changes to which words are subject, syntaxis is that which regulates those changes--the exasperatingly mobile phenomena of gender, number, case, mood and tense.
Syntaxis, the poems imply, can heighten the poet's sense of the absurd by providing contrast, the seemingly neat container refusing to contain.
After working as a translation consultant from 1991 to 2000, she established Syntaxis, a multilingual communications company serving clients that included Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and non-profit organizations.