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- congeneric; relational
- One thing that is related to or connected with another.
- 3.genesis And development of volcanoes geotherm and earthquakes in tengchong area are interrelated with one another and are associated with the motions of the indian and eurasian plates.
- 5.persons Who are associated in business with one another in that one is the sole agent sole distributor or sole concessionaire however described of the other shall be deemed to be related for the purposes of this agreement if they fall within the criteria of paragraph4.
- Relating to the ciliary body and associated structures of the eye.
- Of or relating to the ciliary body and associated structures of the eye.
- Faye valentine is a woman with no ties to past present or future.she spent almost50years in cryogenic stasis has no knowledge of her past.
- Of or relating to the heavens; celestial.
- I authorize without reservation any party or agency contacted by in connection with this background check to furnish the above-mentioned information.
- The transition of djakarta indonesia in the old and new order periods and reform period was greatly influenced by the ruling power such as president sukarno suharto and their families and groups that were related to president and local officials.
- The heavy industries linked with national governments continue to churn out weapons.
- There is strong magnetite associated with biotite in this suite.
- The unlikely concurrence of these events led many people to believe that they were connected.
- These include a defeat as a vice-presidential candidate in1996and controversy about alleged connections with a cult led by a man claiming to have supernatural powers who has been convicted of fraud.
- But the united manager may now require further reinforcements in attack having been linked with bolton wanderers'forward nicolas anelka.
- Factionalists in the railway departments have ties with those in the localities.we must cut these ties.