adjacence

adjacence

(əˈdʒeɪsəns)
n
1. the state of being adjacent
2. something that is adjacent
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As "they were acting exactly as Negroes and whites both would have expected Negroes to act at such a time," the blacks' absence from the town center enables the whites to recognize their power and freedom as opposed to the "patient" blacks who "were still there, they had not fled, you just didn't see them--a sense a feeling of their constant presence and nearness ...--but not here, no sense feeling here of a massed adjacence, a dark human presence biding and unseen" (94-95).
The Golgi apparatus showed to be made up of lamellae, saculations and vesicular structures, keeping relations of adjacence with the endoplasmatic reticulum, forming a discontinuous cover around it (Fig.
Aosta marks the different final Kyrie as `Kyrie ultimum', but the more precise prescription of Trent '87 seems to disagree with that, both by the numbering and by the adjacence of two [half note] signatures.