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connate

[kə′nāt]
(geology)
Referring to materials involved in sedimentary processes that are contemporaneous with surrounding materials.
(science and technology)
Born, originated, or produced in a united or fused condition.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Sepals 1.5-2.3 mm long beyond glands, 1.3-1.5 mm wide, broadly obtuse or rounded, abaxially tomentose or loosely sericeous over the whole surface or nearly glabrous toward margin and ciliate on margin, adaxially glabrous, appressed in anthesis; glands 8, 1.5-2.5 mm long, obovate, often compressed but distinct or rarely the glands of adjacent sepals connate, glabrous, often slightly detached at apex, the posterior 2 mostly slightly decurrent.
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Only one of our specimens had connate teeth; Hall does not mention it in Scapanus latimanus or the few specimens of other species of moles he examined.
The greater part of the sediment is therefore flushed and groundwater is rarely stagnant except in those places where saline, presumably connate water entrapped in aquicludes, persist in depth.
Flowers 70-95 mm long; petals (35-) 55-62 mm long, connate at base for 7-17 mm, erect to suberect at anthesis.
Where S is the area of the gel distribution region, [m.sup.2]; l is the interwell distance, m; R is the treatment distance, m; [theta] is the water-swept angle, in radian; r is the radius of the virtual circle, m; [f.sub.w] is he water-cut of the producer, percentage; M is the water-oil mobility ratio, dimensionless; [K.sub.rw] ([S.sub.or]) is the relative permeability to water at the residual oil saturation, fraction; [K.sub.ro] ([S.sub.wc]) is the relative permeability to oil at the connate water saturation, fraction; [[mu].sub.w] is water viscosity, mPa-s; [[mu].sub.o] is oil viscosity, mPa*s.
After characterizing the model, the oil flooding is done using a very precise syringe pump and the connate water is measured (Figure 1).
For the SATRC, emphasis on forgiveness, amnesty and the exclusion of retributive or prosecutorial truths, meant forgetting became connate to forgiveness; elements within the SATRC theme of reconciliation.
Across the Murray Darling Basin salt has accumulated naturally (primary salinity) in the regolith via cyclical deposits, aeolian processes, and connate stores.
The injected steam flows convectively to the outer edges of the chamber and releases its latent heat to the cool oil sand at the edges warming the oil, rock, and connate water.
They also feature six staminodes without anthers, which are connate to the base of the petals.
Connate and conning, doomed / to decumbence, or are we swinging free?