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nonadjacent

(ˌnɒnəˈdʒeɪsənt)
adj
not adjacent or adjoining
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Adj.1.nonadjacent - not adjacent; not next
distant - separated in space or coming from or going to a distance; "distant villages"; "the sound of distant traffic"; "a distant sound"; "a distant telephone call"
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Periodontitis was diagnosed by identifying Clinical Attachment Loss (CAL) [greater than or equal to]1mm at two or more nonadjacent sites.
Another area with a strong increase in case numbers in 2018 was the nonadjacent Ebonyi State, where another laboratory was outfitted to conduct Lassa virus diagnostics by early 2018.
Limit the definitions of tributaries, lakes, ponds and nonadjacent wetlands, to those that have at least perennial and intermittent flow, and exclude ones with only ephemeral flows.
Cells were counted in three nonadjacent 7 [micro]m longitudinal sections per pancreas (n=3/group).
In addition, being a five-membered heterocyclic compound composed of acidic and basic nitrogen atoms at nonadjacent positions [33], EMI rings are proposed to mediate between the GO and CNTs allowing the formation of amphiphilic carbon nanohybrid stabilizer through intermolecular hydrogen bonds.
Xiong, "Steganalysis of LSB matching using differences between nonadjacent pixels," Multimedia Tools and Applications, vol.
In the HARBOR (6) trial, areas of atrophy adjacent to and nonadjacent to CNV were separately identified and evaluated.
In the urban-rural spectrum analysis, we classify counties as metropolitan, nonmetropolitan adjacent, and nonmetropolitan remote (nonadjacent, nonmetropolitan).
In [11], special coupling topology is designed to introduce electromagnetic coupling between nonadjacent resonators.
The switching frequency of the 6VV strategy is relatively high due to too many switches between nonadjacent VVs, e.g., all the power switches turn off or turn on with the switching state changing from 100 to 011.
It also provides a higher degree of relevance with reference to its surrounding and properly differentiates from the nonadjacent objects.