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neighbor

[′nā·bər]
(crystallography)
One of a pair of atoms or ions in a crystal which are close enough to each other for their interaction to be of significance in the physical problem being studied.
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Without the constraint of inscribability, Griinbaum [Gru03] found the first examples of non-cyclic neighborly polytopes.
They plan to distribute to residents a set of brochures on how to be neighborly.
We wanted to get the relaxed, neighborly feeling inside the store, so we didn't use any highly finished materials," says Henken.
Kids ages 4-7 will find this a zany story of monstrous neighborly relations spiced with Gris Grimley's hilarios drawings.
He uses attitudes towards the dead, and the performance of intercessionary, neighborly, and commemorative duties, as registers of social and cultural change.
2] Thus they remained after the Revolution and long into the nineteenth century, thanks to repeated territorial expansions that "sustained an agrarian way of life--based on energetic labor by the entire family, subsistence production, neighborly exchange, sale of surpluses, and movement to new lands.
With this color coding, Messenger established that Formosan termites are anything but neighborly.
Hearing his time was short, I had responded as my parents would have: Dad's neighborly concern coupled with Mom's culinary efforts.
He receives an enormous amount of moral support and advice from his neighborly childhood friends.
I particularly appreciate the outside suites which created a very neighborly feel and the shared common areas which provide access to several amenities commonly found only at large corporate offices," she indicates.
Pervaiz Musharraf sent a message of greetings to Indian Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee on India's national day Tuesday, expressing hope that the two countries will maintain good neighborly relations in the future.
DALLAS -- Associa, the nation's largest community association management firm, recently launched the new blog Neighborly Notes on its on-line magazine, AssociaLiving.