abstrict

abstrict

(æbˈstrɪkt)
vb
to make (a spore) undergo abstriction(of a spore) to undergo abstriction
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Recent studies found that some dynamin was recruited to the endocytic pathway to abstrict invagination of vesicles during evolution [47].
"Thus if we appreciate correctly the phenoma of Reproduction or Reminiscence, we shall recognize, as an incontestable fact, that our thoughts suggest each other, not one by one successively, as the order to which language is abstricted might lead us to infer; but that the complement of circumstances under which we at every moment exist, awakens simultaneously a great number of thoughts; these it calls into the presence of the mind, either to place them at our disposal, if we find it requisite to employ them, or to make them cooperate in our deliberations by giving them, according to their nature and our habits, an influence, more or less active, on our judgments and consequent acts.