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inarching

[′in′ärch·iŋ]
(botany)
A kind of repair grafting in which two plants growing on their own roots are grafted together and one plant is severed from its roots after the graft union is established.
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When this communal identity breaks down, as with the death of Percival, one might, in denial, continue the inarch from stair to stair--but, Woolf suggests, this bypasses the opportunity for a critical moment of self-reflection.
had to be tamed, savage heathens holding up the magnificent inarch of
The inarch was triggered by a recent trip to the Middle East by eight of King Mswati's 13 wives who left the country with their children, bodyguards, aides and maids by private jet for an undisclosed mission on August 15.
There is little that hasn't been said about or done by the Portuguese star over the last 12 months on his Imperious inarch to superstardom.
Health and safety officials have told the old soldiers they cannot raise their flags during a charity inarch across the Tay Road Bridge on Sunday, saying they could distract motorists.
In time, as the dunes maintain their slow inarch south ahead of the wind, this unspoilt stretch of crystal-clear water will vanish beneath the sands.