Propinquity

  • 21propinquity — noun (uncountable + of / to) formal the fact of being near someone or something, or of being related to someone …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 22propinquity — n 1. proximity, approximation, vicinity, nearness, closeness, nighness. See proximity(def 1). 2. kindship, relationship, relation, tie. See proximity(def. 2). 3. rapport, affinity, like mindedness, oneness, unity; sympathy, empathy, identity,… …

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  • 23propinquity — pro·pin·qui·ty …

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  • 24propinquity — UK [prəʊˈpɪŋkwətɪ] / US [proʊˈpɪŋkwətɪ] noun [uncountable] very formal the fact of being near to someone or something, or closely related to or very much like someone …

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  • 25propinquity — pro•pin•qui•ty [[t]proʊˈpɪŋ kwɪ ti[/t]] n. 1) nearness in time or place; proximity 2) nearness of relation; kinship • Etymology: 1350–1400; ME propinquite < L propinquitās nearness …

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  • 26propinquity — /prəˈpɪŋkwəti / (say pruh pingkwuhtee) noun 1. nearness in place; proximity. 2. nearness of relation; kinship. 3. affinity of nature; similarity. 4. nearness in time. {Middle English propinquite, from Latin propinquitas} …

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  • 27propinquity —   n. nearness …

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  • 28propinquity — /prapirjkwadiy/ Kindred; parentage; nearness; proximity …

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  • 29propinquity — Relationship; consanguinity. Nearness in point of time or place …

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  • 30propinquity — see PROXIMITY …

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  • 31propinquity — n. 1 nearness in space; proximity. 2 close kinship. 3 similarity. Etymology: ME f. OF propinquiteacute or L propinquitas f. propinquus near f. prope near to …

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  • 32propinquity effect — propinquity effect. См. эффект близости. (Источник: «Англо русский толковый словарь генетических терминов». Арефьев В.А., Лисовенко Л.А., Москва: Изд во ВНИРО, 1995 г.) …

    Молекулярная биология и генетика. Толковый словарь.

  • 33эффект близости — propinquity effect эффект близости. Явление, заключающееся в том, что при наличии в ядре множественных хромосомных разрывов поверхности разрывов легче воссоединяются, если они находятся ближе друг к другу. (Источник: «Англо русский толковый… …

    Молекулярная биология и генетика. Толковый словарь.

  • 34Seanan McGuire — Born January 5, 1978 (1978 01 05) (age 33) Martinez, California Pen name …

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  • 35proximity — proximity, propinquity are often used almost interchangeably to denote nearness. Proximity, however, commonly implies simple and often temporary nearness in space; it may be used with reference to either persons or things found in the same… …

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  • 36Michael Nesmith — Birth name Robert Michael Nesmith Also known as Michael Blessing, Nez, Wool Hat, Papa Nez Born December 30, 1942 (1942 12 30) (age 68) Houston, Harris County, Texas, United States …

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  • 37Interpersonal attraction — (known as biological attraction in animals) is the attraction between people which leads to friendships and romantic relationships. The study of interpersonal attraction is a major area of study in social psychology. In a colloquial sense,… …

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  • 38evolution — evolutional, adj. evolutionally, adv. /ev euh looh sheuhn/ or, esp. Brit., /ee veuh /, n. 1. any process of formation or growth; development: the evolution of a language; the evolution of the airplane. 2. a product of such development; something… …

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  • 39approach — [14] Approach is etymologically connected with propinquity ‘nearness’; they both go back ultimately to Latin prope ‘near’. Propinquity [14] comes from a derived Latin adjective propinquus ‘neighbouring’, while approach is based on the comparative …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 40approach — [14] Approach is etymologically connected with propinquity ‘nearness’; they both go back ultimately to Latin prope ‘near’. Propinquity [14] comes from a derived Latin adjective propinquus ‘neighbouring’, while approach is based on the comparative …

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