subjacent


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subjacent

[‚səb′jās·ənt]
(geology)
Being lower than but not directly underneath.
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Taking into account modification indexes and expected change values of the parameter provided by the software used, error correlations were allowed if items pertained to the same subjacent factor.
Despite the gratefulness dedicated to Mary for her son in the end of the bone's song there is a subjacent sense of frustration and defeat in the cynical satisfaction shown by the bones in the return to the initial setting where the tainted remains of the poet are left behind to be forgotten (Ezekiel 6: 5,22: 15-16), after which influenced by the scene of the division of the land in Ezekiel's vision, the poetic voice is conflicted once more by the contradiction represented by unity and division.
the operational logic of Piaget characterizes the cognitive development retrospectively, and also determines the cognitive levels from the structural aspects of notions and subjacent operations.
It is characterized by predominant skin involvement, with occasional involvement of subjacent muscles and usually spares the internal organs.
For investigating Tech-Know Income model, subjacent is the hypothesis:
The first four bars constitute a sort of prelude within the Prelude, a symbol of the subjacent principle of the whole structure as it will be fully developed: the structure of an itinerary starting with the tonic, proceeding away from the tonic, and then back to tonic.
Manufacturers and a proper counselling of healthcare providers or pharmacists can play a fundamental role in encouraging chronic analgesic consumers to look for subjacent causes of pain and to be more aware and monitor likely effects of long-lasting consumption.
The results of the analysis of alveolar stops preceded by subjacent palatal glide, the input values obtained in the community of practice of Praesidium Mae da Divina Graca da Legiao de Maria do not differ from those obtained by Souza Neto (2008) in the speech of Aracaju people, with sociolinguistic methodology.
Accordingly, two or more parties may possess separate ownership interests or rights of control over real property located in different tracts of horizontal airspace over the subjacent land.
In turn, cocaine-dependent adults have less grey matter and less activation of the anterior rostral cingulate cortex, and this would be subjacent to the low behavioural self-awareness and/or self-monitoring these people usually display (Moeller et al.
The basal contact of many allochthonous ophiolite complexes are characterized by the presence of thin subjacent sheets of relatively high grade of metamorphic rocks.