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Adjacent

Describing a real estate property that is close to but not adjoining another. For example, a house is adjacent to the house across the street because they are in the same neighborhood.

adjacent

Nearby, but not necessarily touching; implies properties separated by a natural barrier such as a river,or by a street,but not separated by another property.Properties that touch each other are legally said to be adjoining rather than adjacent, but common usage includes such properties as within the definition of adjacent.

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In this study, two adjacent buildings having different heights (4- and 8-storey buildings) were considered for the evaluation of structural pounding.
The adjacent amount is considered to be the most important factor that decides the quality of the groove ridge according to the aforementioned research.
Suppose, by the way of contradiction, that there exist two adjacent vertices u and a belonging to N.
[2] Zhang Zhongfu, Liu Linzhong and Wang Jianfang, Adjacent Strong Edge Coloring of Graphs, Applied Mathematica Letters, 15(2002), 623-626.
It has also been collected from adjacent Erath County (Turner et al.
Forty-one percent of those undergoing anterior fusion developed adjacent level radiographic degeneration.
Also, if you know the size of the angle and the length of the hypotenuse, you can calculate the length of the adjacent side.
In our field study, arsenic concentrations found in surface soil collected immediately adjacent to CCA-treated utility poles ranged between 153 [+ or -] 49 and 410 [+ or -] 150 mg/kg (mean [+ or -] SD), although they dropped to between 6.3 [+ or -] 1.5 and 61 [+ or -] 60 mg/kg at 0.1 m from the pole.
* Pressure defenses--looking off next adjacent pass.
They and others like them--Jeffrey Immelt, when he ran General Electric Co.'s Medical Systems division; Richard Fairbank, founder and CEO of Capital One; and Kerry Killinger, who turned Washington Mutual (WaMu) into the biggest savings and loan institution in the U.S.--found growth from four less-grandiose revenue sources: base retention, share gain, market positioning and adjacent markets.
As time went on, the adjacent community of Smithville developed adjacent to the fort.