discontiguous

discontiguous

(ˌdɪskənˈtɪɡjʊəs)
adj
Scot disconnected or without contact
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For example, a 2004 case study documented that the Mebane City Council over its history had systematically drawn discontiguous municipal boundaries in order to exclude four black communities (Johnson et al.
The upper portion of Pinto Creek where this study occurred was discontiguous in both early and later parts of the study.
Perhaps it may yet become a broken and discontiguous economic-ethnic series of hamletsaACAosegregated underemployed communities of service workers kept under lock and key by a less visible series of cages and walls, no less violent than military occupation.
For him, "contiguous imagination derives from the discontiguous kind.
49) The PIOPED II study also supported the use of discontiguous CTV images, as there was little difference between them and contiguous images in the same 150 examinations.
Evidence from the remote sensing classification of woody vegetation for the 1937 photographs showed that the woodlands were comprised of smaller, discontiguous patches (Murray et al.
In consequence, they failed to craft a viable federal structure, to meet the dictates of the two discontiguous wings of Pakistan.
When settlement resumed in the 1850s, following the conclusion of several treaties which established Hokkaido as a place of foreign interaction, Japanese settlers were centered in only a few discontiguous regions while Russian military presence continued to amass nearby.
1b the transmission of the wave seems only impossible due to the discontiguous domain, therefore appropriate (artificial) boundary conditions have to be introduced.
Metastatic Crohn disease lesions by definition occur at sites discontiguous from the gastrointestinal tract, whereas lesions of Crohn disease directly involving the skin are located at sites continuous with the gastrointestinal tract.
The eastern massasaugas in this investigation carrying the fungal infection were from 2 discontiguous sites; therefore, direct transmission is not necessary.
These homes may be discontiguous in space but they are bound to the specific places of each other, and to the central place of Israel, Even more, they are bound to each other through the central place of Israel.