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innate

1. Botany (of anthers) joined to the filament by the base only
2. (in rationalist philosophy) (of ideas) present in the mind before any experience and knowable by pure reason

innate

[i′nāt]
(biology)
Pertaining to a natural or inborn character dependent on genetic constitution.
(botany)
Positioned at the apex of a supporting structure.
(mycology)
Embedded in, especially of an organ such as the fruiting body embedded in the thallus of some fungi.
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In the end, you can't yet exceed your innate intelligence.
This innate intelligence that regulates and controls the body is constantly working day and night.
There are these protective factors of being monitored and having peer support, innate intelligence, adaptability Friendliness, good relanonships with people, as well as being able to figire out how to master this mess," he said.
19) "We are well," announced Palmer, "when Innate Intelligence has unhindered freedom to act thru the physical brain, nerves and tissues.
The students were specially selected to be part of this unique programme for their academic accomplishments, innate intelligence and leadership potential.
Yet, in your destiny to become our President you have the innate intelligence, ability, charisma, and oratory skills to become the agent of change, the one to dare to accomplish the divine duty of justice for all, at home and abroad.
And it underlines why it's an innate intelligence and not just the raw talent that the top stars - such as Tiger Woods, Padraig Harrington and Geoff Ogilvy - have been purring about that has propelled him into the position of seventh favourite for the title at the age of 19.
Michael narrates Perry's first-person story with amazing expressiveness, capturing Perry's openness as well as his innate intelligence.
As Irene Leckie, former Dean of Nursing, reminds us, while faculty members are important, it is the innate intelligence and motivation of students which make for success.
Of course he didn't like all the changes that laid siege to him, but his innate intelligence understood the inevitability of progress, and if he engaged in the odd rant about the world it was with an air of resignation and bafflement.
Guys like Tom Hagen and Michael Sullivan are outsiders who by virtue of their birth can never totally be "in," but their supreme competence and innate intelligence makes them more valuable to their crime bosses than any DNA-sharing relative.
Chamberlain may always remain an enigma to some extent, particularly to those whose hindsight is perfect and feel they have unfailing powers of prophecy as well, but Self carefully shows Chamberlain's rise to prime minister was based upon his abilities, which included some degree of financial acumen, and his innate intelligence.