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artefactual

(ˌɑːrtɪˈfæktjʊəl)
adj
relating to an artefact
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Adj.1.artefactual - of or relating to artifactsartefactual - of or relating to artifacts    
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This yields a restricted number of usable loci and can lead to increasing artefactual noise in the analyses (Carmo et al., 2015).With the unveiling of the first 29 microsatellite loci from B.
Digital data and the pervasive intelligence it provides about people, and about artefactual and natural phenomenon, is the very basis of a digital economy.
"We welcome all of you and we will be pleased to receive you in the Coptic Orthodox Church, in the blessed monasteries of Egypt, and throughout the many artefactual sites located in the northern and southern parts of the country," the Pope said.
Por esta razon, la cantidad de sitios por comparar se redujo a seis (tabla 1, en gris), que fueron aquellos con los que se contaba con informacion publicada sobre N de cada categoria artefactual analizada, y ademas eran catalogados como localidades de actividades limitadas.
For this reason, artefactual changes in TT4 concentration in euthyroid individuals may be common, while free hormone measurements better reflect true thyroid status.
Thus, no naturalization of the human is at work, because "the natural is in itself artefactual (a semantic construction)" (Floridi 2017, p.
Para esta fase se propone que la variabilidad artefactual estaria influenciada por las actividades de refaccion llevadas a cabo a lo largo de la vida util de las puntas de proyectil.
Interestingly, a significant portion of genes residing on the "inactivated" X-chromosome can be actively expressed in the artefactual cell culture environment.
Then sections look at before the amphitheater: the prehistoric phases, the first and second Roman amphitheaters, life in early Roman Chester: artefactual and environmental studies, and the afterlife of the amphitheater.
Looking at the artefactual content of Kokmuiza finds, the spearheads and axes, but also strike-a-light stones look very similar to the ones discovered in Kohtla for which the direct date is a couple of centuries earlier.