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contiguous

Adjacent or touching. Contrast with fragmentation. See contiguous file.
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Astrocytes are organized into spatially non-overlapping domains and contiguously tile the entire CNS (Bushong et al.
The increased expression of LL-37 protein (Western blotting) in two patients of tuberculids compared with that of normal skin tissue, which was considered that the patients of tuberculids had good immunity and the potential nidus can cause blood spread infection contiguously.
Here node H, X and O performs this function contiguously and reduce the collisions.
33 of total length, tarsal claw with 10 marginal denticles increasing in size distally (the last one is subparallel to the margin) and with 2 sumbarginal denticles contiguously to this marginal row (Fig.
In-plane images (parallel to the long axis of the plexus) are acquired contiguously in the direct coronal plane using a slice thickness of 4 mm.
NNA - The Israeli enemy tried today to get into Aitaroun village, contiguously to Khallet Ghamiqa, under the pretense of removing landmines from a disputed prefecture, National News Agency correspondent reported Wednesday.
This was a force that was thought to act at a distance and instantaneously, "with the speed of thought," and not locally and contiguously, as do natural processes.
The first condition is the temporal relation between S1 and US: S1 stimulus will become a CS only if it occurs contiguously to the occurrence of the US.
Reproduction, growth and development in two contiguously allopatric rodent species, genus Scotinomys.
On each nursing floor, 80 inpatient rooms are contiguously arranged and can be flexibly subdivided into changing ratios between acute care versus intensive care beds, and changing numbers of beds per nursing unit.
Non-segmented origin files--Files can optionally be stored contiguously on the server and the segments accessed via byte-range requests.
It removed the last gap in the 1,000-kilometer long chain of command formed by Islamist forces identified or associated with al Qaeda, which now runs contiguously from the northern outskirts of Baghdad to the eastern fringes of Damascus.