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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.


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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The two adjacently bound probes dissociate from their complementary target, which prevents the fluorescence resonance energy transfer.
But without a buffer zone to protect the historic centre, the commercial area of La Matuna was developed adjacently on a new intrusively large scale.
The two pitches have been cut adjacently to enable the televising of both Tests to take place without shifting the behind-the-arm camera site.
The Company's Lakeside, Iowa property benefited from the first full quarter of operations of the adjacently located Pilot service center, which continues to draw in excess of 80 to 100 trucks per night.
It will comprise three adjacently located buildings, including a justice building that houses 19 courtrooms and the judiciary, an emergency services building that features an Emergency Operations Centre (EOC), along with the Fire Service, Police, and Civil Defence and Emergency Management agencies for Christchurch and Canterbury, as well as a 7,100mA parking building.
Adjacently, the "Center" includes a living room, classroom space, baby-care station, breastfeeding consultation rooms, retail for new mothers and babies, and an outdoor play space for toddlers.
Highlights include the monumental canvases Peinture (Ecriture rose) and A Galla Placidia; developed adjacently in the studio between 1958 and 1959, the works are major milestones but have never before been exhibited together.
Price) from the adjacently located 223rd Medical Detachment (Preventive Medicine) (PM DET) volunteered to teach a section of the course on noise hazard evaluation.
Fluorescence resonance energy transfer between donor-acceptor pair on two oligonucleotides hybridized adjacently to DNA template.
Significantly, many original Roman sources in score format (including the Corelli auto-graph manuscript already mentioned) notate the violin parts adjacently as violin I (concertino), violin I (concerto grosso), violin II (concertino), and violin II (concerto grosso), as if to suggest--absolutely appropriately, on the basis of the musical evidence--that the primary relationship of a concertino first violin is to its concerto grosso counterpart, not to its colleagues within the concertino.
Each RNL in these words is treated as a single-letter RN, even when two or more occur adjacently.
Adjacently exposed Bijoygarh Shale in the Kaimur Range contains pyrite with 0.