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fusional

(ˈfjuːʒənəl)
adj
1. of or relating to fusion
2. (Linguistics) (of a language) being one in which morphemes are combined in a way which is often difficult to decipher
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Abbreviations: A = prism diopter, ADL = activity of daily living, BI = base-in, BO = base-out, CI = convergence insufficiency, CISS = Convergence Insufficiency Symptom Survey, LED = light-emitting diode, mTBI = mild traumatic brain injury, NFV = negative fusional vergence, NPC = near point of convergence, OMT = oculomotor training, OR = oculomotor rehabilitation, P = placebo, PFV = positive fusional vergence, PRII = Power Refractor II, SEM = standard error of mean, SS = steady-state, SUNY = State University of New York, TBI = traumatic brain injury, VSAT = Visual Search and Attention Test.
major examples of myth's fusional structure: a) the semantic
This observation can further be taken to provide an explanation for the relatively restricted occurrence of affix suspension in languages with more fusional properties.
In contrast to Kalaman's status as an only child stand his two awful childhood companions Sholoongo and her half-brother Timir, the negative counterparts of the fusional brothers and sisters we have seen in other novels.
In addition, he notes that "special attention should be given to performing a careful cover test, along with measures of associated phorias, stereopsis, fusional reserves and accommodative function, including amplitude, lag and facility.
The near oculomotor functions assessed with both the conventional methods and COVS were Worth 4 Dot, lateral and vertical phorias, maximum negative fusional vergence (NFV) and positive fusional vergence (PFV) with its associated recovery measured with the von Graefe technique, fixation disparity tested with the Borish near point card (separate nonious lines through polarized lenses), monocular accommodative facility measured with +2.
33) Slotnick et aladvises that individuals with vertical heterophoria who have not previously worn vertical prism, to re-evaluate the near point of convergence, stereoacuity and fusional vergences in free space with prisms in the trial frame.
Metadata not only is the bridge between knowledge unit and data, but also is the basis of fusional computation of data and knowledge.
The bisexuality resulting from this fusional and sensual dyad enriches the sensitivity of the Orthodox man, but it is accompanied by a repression of castration anxiety--in favor of death anxiety.
Loss of fusional vergence with partial loss of accommodative convergence and accommodation following head injury.
Samuel Creations' fusional and multi-dimensional design fully embodies this year's theme of innovation.
His performance featuring renowned percussionist Evelyn Glennie called Fusional Fragments was created with a combination of classical ballet and contemporary dance in a work that questions whether the two styles can be fused or they would always remain separate.