induvial

induvial

(ɪnˈdjuːvɪəl)
adj
(Botany) botany (of a leaf, petal, or sepal) acting as induviae, decaying on the plant instead of falling off
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The Armed Forces stressed that the incident was an induvial and isolated one, adding that all the legal and other measures to preserve security to protect citizens will be taken.
Due to the very strict dietary principles of this diet, the social aspects might be difficult to manage as one night out with carb heavy meals and alcohol might throw you out of ketosis, but even this is very induvial and depends on how long you have been in nutritional ketosis.
It was decided that applying coating on each induvial ring would be an expensive process and any defect or scratch in the coating could lead to galvanic corrosion of the carbon steel ring, and results in failing it, which may affect the load on the samples.