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con·junc·tive

 (kən-jŭngk′tĭv)
adj.
1. Joining; connective.
2. Joined together; combined: the conjunctive focus of political opposition.
3. Grammar
a. Of, relating to, or being a conjunction.
b. Serving to connect elements of meaning and construction within sentences, as and and since, or between sentences, as therefore.
n. Grammar
A connective word, especially a conjunction or conjunctive adverb.

con·junc′tive·ly adv.
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191) The Court held that the government may charge different methods of committing one crime under one count conjunctively, rather than disjunctively, as long as it proved each act separately.
1998) (holding that where former Secretary of Agriculture was alleged to have attempted to get employees to withhold incriminating documents in violation of 1512 (b)(2)(A), 1512 (b)(2)(B), and 1512 (b)(3), the government may charge different acts of one crime under one count conjunctively, rather than disjunctively, as long as each act is proved separately.
183) The Court held that the count was not duplicitous; rather, the government may charge different acts of one crime under one count conjunctively, rather than disjunctively, as long as each act is proved separately.
charge different acts of one crime under one count conjunctively, rather
6 requires reading it conjunctively with section 5: section 5 states a general rule involving two conditions and section 6 states a particular rule that changes one of both of those conditions.
Catholic belief has long held that the act of faith encounters God's revelation in Scripture and tradition, even if this particular way of conjunctively formulating the belief only appeared in the aftermath of the Reformation.
The judgment has to be read disjunctively and not conjunctively.
Second, it conjunctively joined all of the judicially crafted anti-abuse doctrines in one new, supersized test.
Therefore, the planners should consider piping reclaimed water to areas where groundwater of good quality is available to conjunctively use and meet crop water requirements for irrigating wheat, cowpea and maize on a rotational basis.
The study found that by using reclaimed water conjunctively with ground water, agricultural land can be increased from 1,353 ha to 3,781 ha.
Dichy goes on to explain that the Quranic phrase is associated with ritual washing, which can be required when "touching" is meant either conjunctively or disjunctively.