53 Bt cotton is a hereditarily
altered variety of the plant that includes qualities of a bug spray.
This definition is obviously analogous to the classical definition of primitive recursion when formulated for hereditarily
As explained by Motoki Yasuo, the samurai emerged during this time as professional warriors, which distinguished them from other troops who were normally conscripts, who wielded political power which was passed on hereditarily
This linkage "rem[ade] undesirables into the hereditarily
unfit and elevat[ed] exclusion to a matter of national and racial health.
Poverty is highly correlated to intelligence and education, and poverty tends to be hereditarily
Deaf herself, Kusters began her ethnographic study of a shared signing community in the Akan village of Ghana in 2008, where hereditarily
deaf and hearing people coexist.
People continued to be held responsible for their maladies, either personally or hereditarily
, for several hundred more years.
The head of the household transmits his cultivation areas hereditarily
to his descendants, but in order to sell the land, he must inform the community or the leader.
On the other hand, the indigenous social system provided commoners, singly or as dala lineage groupings, with certain opportunities to elevate their politico-ritual rank by virtue of forceful (keveka nona 'big head', literally 'determined mind') defence of claims to ritual prowess to which they are not hereditarily
entitled--a process termed kobala.
In the latter what happens is the possible occurence of accidental accelerations or retardations of development, resulting in large physical and psychological differences, which, however, does not signify that one of these is hereditarily
superior or inferior.
The politicians of the aristocracy who are mostly hereditarily
privileged politicos are crying hoarse of democracy and the rule of law.
Only a few may have had the problem passed down genetically or hereditarily