discontiguous

discontiguous

(ˌdɪskənˈtɪɡjʊəs)
adj
Scot disconnected or without contact
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"Introduction: A Discontiguous Eastern Europe." In Eastern Europe Unmapped: Beyond Borders and Peripheries, edited by Irene Kacandes and Yuliya Komska, 1-28.
(121) In the immense and discontiguous territory of the Brazilian colony the vicar forane assumed a preponderant role.
and the Sierra Club sued, charging that the Board of Supervisors, by cancelling the contracts, was promoting discontiguous patterns of urban development.
In addition, although the ionic conduction (here also called electrolytic conduction) existed mainly due to the hopping of [H.sup.+] on the material surface [15], the conducting film was discontiguous at low humidity.
For example, a 2004 case study documented that the Mebane City Council over its history had systematically drawn discontiguous municipal boundaries in order to exclude four black communities (Johnson et al.
To identify the sequence of the putative homologue NcGRA9, the TgGRA9 cDNA sequence was analysed by BLAST (Basic Local Alignment Search Tool, discontiguous megablast) on the NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information) database.
Una de las tecnicas que permite el acceso simultaneo a varios canales de frecuencia es Discontiguous Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (DOFDM) (Chen et al., 2008).
The upper portion of Pinto Creek where this study occurred was discontiguous in both early and later parts of the study.
Perhaps it may yet become a broken and discontiguous economic-ethnic series of hamletsaACAosegregated underemployed communities of service workers kept under lock and key by a less visible series of cages and walls, no less violent than military occupation.
Ibn 'Arabi thinks of two states of the imagination: contiguous and discontiguous. The first version of the imagination, ...contiguous," according to Ibn 'Arabi in Al-Futuhat Al-makkiyya, disappears with the disappearance of the imaginer.
(49) The PIOPED II study also supported the use of discontiguous CTV images, as there was little difference between them and contiguous images in the same 150 examinations.