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conjunctive

Logic relating to, characterized by, or containing a conjunction
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This market only covers digital impression scanners that are used on their own and not conjunctively with a milling unit in a full chairside CAD/CAM system.
The reflexive and certain conjunctively written object concords will be incorporated as a next step.
In our world, most events--birth, growth, rain, fires, earthquakes, depressions, revolutions--are products of a complex nexus of causes of many kinds that are conjunctively at work.
Since both distance and time were factors in determining toll charges when Congress enacted section 4252(b)(1), "it intended for the word 'and' to be read conjunctively to mean that a charge must vary by both distance and elapsed transmission time, and not by one or the other.
Chapters XI, XII, and XIII were eventually viewed conjunctively and this
The re-use of drainage water conjunctively with canal water is a plausible option to be explored.
This is mainly necessitated by the difference in writing systems utilised by these two languages: Zulu is a conjunctively written language, whereas Northern Sotho makes use of a disjunctive writing system.
count conjunctively, rather than disjunctively, as long as each act is
Patients are normally treated with a single-agent because when two drugs are administered conjunctively, the combined side effects are sometimes too great for the patient to handle.
Conjunctively, inventory turns have begun to increase.
Conjunctively, the Interex USB development team is currently working on an entire family of highly innovative USB iMac products -- anticipated to debut later this year.