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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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inaccurately leads the reader to believe that you are innately aware of the primary reason for the sale: "the dwindling direct-mail marketing business.
Babies are innately musical and the early years of life are the most important time for them to live in a loving, music-making environment,'' said Education Director Jan Barlow.
It is intended that the ORS will be a combination of a static web site and intelligent portal, managed via a single CMS (Content Management System) with inbuilt workflow and adaptable business logic layers, delivered in an innately customisable fashion with comprehensive and easy to use highly adaptable report writing functionality, all provided on industry standard infrastructures and development platforms
But the innately likeable dancer will keep busy: He's currently in production as a main character in the TV show "Flesh and Bone," to air on Starz in 2015.
Daily functional tasks are innately cognitive-demanding and involve components of stretching, strengthening, balance and endurance as seen in traditional exercise programs," the authors write in Age and Ageing.
Broken Wing is an original novel about the innately relentless cycle of domestic violence and abuse.
Innately resistant to most antibiotics, they require months of therapy and can leave deforming scars," senior author on the study, Howard Takiff, from Venezuelan Institute of Scientific Investigation (IVIC) in Caracas, said.
We all innately know him as this great pillar within the history of literature, but do most of us know why we think this?
Herman has also produced an hour-long documentary in 2010 titled "The Lucky Few", but his book is innately capable exploring the USS Kirk's story in far more detail).
ADR Leigh Gibson, director of the Clinical and Health Psychology Research Centre, University of Roehampton, and independent advisor to the Natural Hydration Council, says: "To the frustration of many a parent, we know through research that children are innately sweet-toothed.
Even before entering the legal system, boys are faced with an education system that is overwhelmingly female, and which disproportionately punishes them for behaviors which are innately male.
You cannot even think of breaking a record unless you are innately ambitious.