unseparated


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unseparated

(ʌnˈsɛpəˌreɪtɪd)
adj
not separated
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3 overs, scoring 161 without loss as openers Bishen Singh (93 off 58) and Mahek Asher (32 off 53) remained unseparated.
Songs and dances have always been unseparated from life, accompanying different labors, rituals.
During his visit on a hot June day back in 2011, with nature "flourishing on all sides: innocent, brimming, persisting in its work of life," he was of a mind that he could only point his camera aimlessly, without really looking, but it was these photographs that provided him the means to create a poetic, exceedingly beautiful narrative of "words and images unseparated.
Discharge of site drainage systems and transporting the dirty water from endorheic collecting pits and unseparated sewage sludge from small sewage treatment plants as well as the delivery to the feces receiving stations of the PTO in the area of the PTO, including the acceptance of the order by the customer and the billing of the PTO for a period of four years, renewable for six years ,
The test needs to be performed promptly after collection since glucose will decrease up to 10mg/dL per hour unseparated at room temperature.
mreD cells could have been caused by the ingrowing septum cleaving chromosome DNA that contained unreplicated or newly replicated, but unseparated termini [Figure 2]d.
The sizes of units vary from 102 sq/m up to 178 sq/m, and feature a lounge with an unseparated kitchen, a master bedroom with ensuite, two guest bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes and dressers, and a separate bathroom.
The duo remained unseparated to help DPS post 107 runs at the end of the allotted 12 overs.
Water is reused in Bahrain; unseparated items end up in the waste basket, get thrown out and end up in the landfill.
The age at which, for example, a suffixed word is learned may also decide whether a word is decomposed or approached as an unseparated whole (Gardner 2007:258).
Because iron has been reported in its unseparated form, Irvine and Baragar's (1971) method was used in this study to calculate the bivalent and trivalent iron.