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subjacent

A property that is contiguous to another,but at a lower level.
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The development of the motifs subjacent to the speaker's nightmare is briefly interrupted by the pastoral scene, a symbolist and elusive fragment that constitutes a dream-within-a dream that though apparently disrupts the continuity of the theme and imagery, it still responds to two reasons, namely, to the overall structure and implications of the poem, as well as to the drives and ambitions of the poetic voice.
Therefore the only possible cogent and rigorous methodology for the extra-musical "sense" of music implies the negation of the subjacent (incorrect) methodology, and the exclusion of any kind of extension of empirical data to a universal level.
Deficiencies in the decoding of emotions (which could be explained by poor sustained attention capacity) may be subjacent to an inability or low ability to comprehend others' feelings and thoughts and for decision-making, as these people would not properly appreciate the consequences of their actions.
A structural analysis of approximal enamel caries lesions and subjacent dentin reactions.
BMP-6 and 7 are co-expressed in the endometrial epithelial and subjacent stromal cells in the non-pregnant uterus (Lyons et al.
The glandular trichomes are epidermal appendix originating in protoderm cells, whereas cells subjacent to tissues such as parenchyma or even vascular tissues also participate in the ontogeny of EFNs (ASCENSAO, 2007; EVERT, 2013).
Thanks to the enhanced scratch resistance and higher UV resistance, MasterTop TC 442W provides reliable protection for all subjacent layers of the floor system and ensures a durable, aesthetically pleasing floor for industrial environments such as warehouses, factory halls and corridors.
2) The stratum corneum is most impermeable against hydrophilic agents, whereas the subjacent epidermal layers are most impermeable against highly lipophilic agents.
Globally, we resort to Allport's (1961) definition of personality as the dynamic organisation of physical and psychological systems that are subjacent to individual patterns of action, thinking, and feeling, and that can be expressed in dimensions at different levels (vide McAdams & Olson, 2010), namely traits or structural dimensions, characteristic adaptations, and narrative identity.
Subjacent to the epithelium, a distinctive ovarian-type stroma was present, composed of densely packed spindled cells with regular elongated and wavy nuclei (Figure 2, Panel A).
Sclerema is defined as diffuse hardening of subcutaneous tissue, which usually spreads very rapidly to underlying structures; the skin in the involved areas cannot be picked up, and the subcutaneous tissue seems bound down to subjacent muscle and bone (1).