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adjunction

Adding something to property in such a manner that it loses its independent identity.

Example: Personal property consisting of boards and nails will become part of the real estate by adjunction when they are used to build an addition to a house.

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Here we have successfully defined the morphological operations like adjunction, opening, closing, half opening, half closing, and alternate sequential filter on intuitionistic fuzzy hypergraph.
The adjunction between monoids and groups is an instance of a more general situation, recently described in [11] and in [12]: the category of monoids is S-protomodular, with respect to a suitable class S of points (= split epimorphisms with a fixed splitting), and the category of groups is its protomodular core relatively to the class S (see Section 3).
By choosing, as domain of his poetical operations, the critical points of a nature completed by the adjunction of some idealized existences, Rimbaud, once more, behaves like a man of science, because the scientist--the mathematician in particular--in his subtlest researches, also proceeds by adding transcendental quantities to the given.
Both Nevins adjunction analysis and Kramer's copy analysis could potentially work for Ikalanga (with modifications that call for stipulations) putting aside the adjunction analysis shortcomings which are clearly articulated in Kramer.
Only one recent study supports the notion that the adjunction of posturographic evaluation did not improve the ability to detect PwMS prone to fall [21].
Taken together, these data allow to conclude that: (1) AIHA is part of the natural history of CLL that presents by itself a risk for autoimmune hemolysis; (2) early reports of excess of AIHA in CLL patients treated with FAMP were in the context of advanced and heavily pretreated disease; (3) recent randomized trials in previously untreated CLL patients showed that FAMP is no more hemolytic than other agents and that this complication is limited by adjunction of cyclophosphamide, thus suggesting that this purine analog can be safely used for patients with AC complicating CLL and who required chemotherapy.
SAMe has been also studies as an adjunctive therapy in patients who failed or were partial responders to selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) or serotonin norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs) with positive results [12,13] and has been found to accelerate symptom improvement when given as intramuscular injection in adjunction to imipramine [14].
We have subjunction of {P;N} to {P} rather than adjunction as in (1).
Among the topics are a new look at finitely generated metabelian groups, improving Latin square based secret sharing schemes, the adjunction of roots in exponential A-groups, the classification of one relator limit groups and the surface group, and an algorithm to express words as a product of conjugates of relators.
Few uncontrolled studies have shown a beneficial effect when testosterone was added to PDE-5 inhibitors, however, the small sample size, lack of controls and the different serum testosterone cut-offs used made these studies subject to criticism.[sup.20]-[sup.24] A systematic review of the literature demonstrates that most trials examining combination therapy or testosterone alone suffer from methodological problems or report inconsistent results; these studies also show oral PDE-5 inhibitors may be enhanced by testosterone adjunction whenever necessary.[sup.19] A relatively recent meta-analysis identified three small-randomized controlled trials in hypogonadal men with ED refractory to previous PDE-5 inhibitors.
The modalities of emergence of the harm reduction theme on the cantonal parliamentary arena altered its properties by the adjunction of takes that were specific to the political sphere (8).
On the Treatment of Scrambling and Adjunction in Minimalist Grammars.