Inheritably


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In`her´it`a`bly


adv.1.By inheritance.
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They want to counter the nationalist philosophy, which inheritably is a secular philosophy.
For instance, the more unfavorable reproduction component traits require more human, financial and material resources in organization and management of the pig industry, and even might lead to the lower yield of other inheritably related economic traits.
Any forward-looking information contained herein is inheritably subject to various risks, uncertainties and assumptions which, if incorrect, may cause actual results to vary materially from those anticipated, expected or estimated.
Genetic therapy, like genetic enhancement, not only is permanent during the entire lifetime of the affected individual, the transgene becomes inheritably transmitted to countless members of future generations.