Inheritably


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In`her´it`a`bly


adv.1.By inheritance.
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Morgenthau believes human nature leads states towards conflict because statesmen inheritably desire to take control over (limited) resources (Waltz 1988).
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Kinder (1993: 45) states that children's programming is inheritably more prone to including transmedia practices, because of the way children's programs are shown in blocks consisting of many different shows, which is more effective for reducing the barriers of perception concerning when a program ends or begins.