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contiguous

Adjacent or touching. Contrast with fragmentation. See contiguous file.
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S Daudzai, PP Nagoman and PP Pir Bala which owing to their contiguity to the tribal belt have remained vulnerable and witnessed heavy attacks from militants operating from the tribal belt in the past.
It is one of the last and only institutions in the country that is seen to be above sectarianism and for that reason it holds high symbolic value for those Lebanese who hold on tightly to the Lebanese identity, the unity of its people and the contiguity of its territory.
He builds a theoretical framework for integration based upon six key principles: alignment of enterprise, stakeholder, and project strategies results in better outcomes for product or service development; partitioning of objects can create tractable problems if and only if boundary contiguity is achieved; inductive reasoning should guide integration management and recursive thinking; integration is only as good as long as architecture captures stakeholder requirements; integration should be based on forethought; and integration planning is predicated on pattern scheduling, network scheduling, and ad hoc scheduling, each with different impacts on budgeting.
The Jewish state must be made to recognise an armed Palestine with externally enforced autonomy, eviction of all settlers, true contiguity encompassing Gaza, the West Bank and Jerusalem together, neither pinched nor parcelled, and pay punitive reparations.
Indeed, Israel's plans to construct new settlements in Givat Hamatos area in order to sever the geographical contiguity between Jerusalem and Bethlehem were condemned by Turkey, together with the international community in last October and it was emphasized that this situation had revealed that Israel's real objective had never been peace," said the statement.
The Palestinian official urged the Security Council to act immediately to stop the persistence of such illegal actions which are further destroying the contiguity, integrity and unity of the Palestinian land.
And yet the cautionary tale I see narrated in the migration of Roth's story from its mimetic environs in Woodenton to unexpected readerships in Tel Aviv to Washington Heights--the literary analogue to Edward Said's "traveling theory," we might say--is illuminated by the operative but tantalizingly propaedeutic concept for reorienting literary thinking Miron calls contiguity.
Italy is successfully transferring this experience to Lebanon thanks to (i) cultural and geographic contiguity between the two countries and to (ii) the characteristics of the production structure, with definite advantage for both countries".
If approved, the Gilo project would create territorial contiguity between the Gush Etzion settlement bloc south of Jerusalem and the city itself, said Meir Margalit, a Jerusalem councilman from Meretz Party.
This Union Territory will have geographical linkage and contiguity via Nalgonda district in the south-east to district Guntur in coastal Andhra and via Mahboobnagar district in the south to Kurnool district in Rayalaseema.
To test this idea, called "temporal contiguity," graduate student Nuo Li and associate professor James DiCarlo at MIT's McGovern Institute for Brain Research "tricked" monkeys by exposing them to an altered visual world in which the normal rules of temporal contiguity did not apply.
In the matrix-driven approach, a graph is constructed on the basis of an important principle called contiguity or connectivity.