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subjacent

A property that is contiguous to another,but at a lower level.
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The inter- and intrarater kappa-values for Pfirrmann degeneration grading pre- to postoperatively at the 1st and 2nd supradjacent and subjacent segments ranged from 0.82 to 0.91.
Low-power view showing dense pleural fibrosis associated with subjacent intra-alveolar fibrosis and accompanying septal elastosis, the latter being better seen on elastic Van Gieson stain.
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.
Rules are not consequent but subjacent: rule A applies if and only if rule B applies (that is, A is subjacent to B), which implies but does not define a derivational diachrony.
In regards to succession Freud did not only refer to the succession of pictures that constitute a dream but to the sequence of different dreams on the same night as well, a relation that should not be overlooked as it can betray the subjacent implications that each episode shares with its counterparts (Freud 1913:109); a claim that was also shared by some of his contemporaries like Otto Rank or Schemer, who ventured as well to assert that the latter sections help the interpretation of the preceding parts where the object is vaguely depicted "when the graphic impulse becomes exhausted" (Schemer 1861 cited in Freud 1913: 110).
All along human history suicide has been a constant phenomenon manifested under various guises with more or less subjacent explanations.
Both standard and pharmaceutical versions can be supplied with an X-frame support or with four small feet, raising the scale above the subjacent surface and providing enough space for cleaning underneath.
At the later stages, the infiltrate extends apically subjacent to the junctional epithelium with the formation of gingival pockets.
Morphea is a localized form of scleroderma in which there is predominant skin involvement, with occasional involvement of subjacent muscles and usually spares the internal organs.
On gross inspection, the tumour at the lower pole of left kidney measured 8 x 6 cm and the hematoma was subjacent to the renal capsule.
For investigating Tech-Know Income model, subjacent is the hypothesis: