Affinitive


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Af`fin´i`tive


a.1.Closely connected, as by affinity.
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In "Starlight Order," the affinitive connection to Eliot now becomes clear reference, but with new effect:
Except rarely as part of a polyanagram none is in The New Anagrammasia, Ross Eckler's valuable big 1992 compilation of all then known affinitive anagrams, nor in Stuart Kidd's list of "synonagrams" (03-290).
Affinitive interaction (AI): Direct body-touching activities without obvious conflict occurred among individuals, including mutual grooming, nursing and licking.
In the nation-state, the affinitive power of identity and group allegiance has been channeled into country development, encouraging stability, growth, and good governance.
It is well known that the acidity of the sulfate catalyst is affinitive to its calcination temperature.
Like scientists who look through microscopes to view the smallest structures of living creatures and then record them in fine detail, these poets move away from emblematic, allegorical representations of nature to represent the natural world as they observe it, "subordinat[ing] figurative meaning to observation, question[ing] or discard[ing] oppressive hierarchal assumptions, and express[ing] specific and affinitive perception of actual animals, plants, elements, and processes" (5).
Since then she has made various works that articulate an affinitive yet ambiguous relationship between physical space and the representation of the plane.
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There are many factors affecting the affinitive, adsorption, coordinating capabilities of chelating resins toward metal ions.