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innate

1. Botany (of anthers) joined to the filament by the base only
2. (in rationalist philosophy) (of ideas) present in the mind before any experience and knowable by pure reason

innate

[i′nāt]
(biology)
Pertaining to a natural or inborn character dependent on genetic constitution.
(botany)
Positioned at the apex of a supporting structure.
(mycology)
Embedded in, especially of an organ such as the fruiting body embedded in the thallus of some fungi.
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We think this means significant parts of the brain are innately structured around a few domains of knowledge that were critical in humans' evolutionary history," the researcher adds.
Dance writer Martha Ullman West eloquently summarized the mission of the conference: "Many would argue that dance is as old as history, so innately human and irresistible, it is universally recognized as a metaphor for life.
In their opinion, the brain does not have innately specified emotion circuits.
I'm an innately tactile person and a very sensual-leaning woman.
Innately musical and lushly textured, Lindup's dancing deserved a wider audience than it has received.
Interestingly, Koller has found that bluffing, which is generally considered an innately human capability, emerges naturally from her search Program.
In this lurid, horrifying masterpiece in which some very angry women take the ultimate revenge on men, Lacarra's innately sweet presence made the killings that much more shocking.