from The Century Dictionary.
- So as to be adjacent.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb So as to be adjacent.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adverb In such a way as to be
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This was often done when a large parking lot exists adjacently, which could have been used for the new building, sparing the old, if anyone had bothered to do a land swap.
They are adjacently and smoothly exchangeable across the spectrum of household goods.
The Liffey flowed adjacently, by the steeples of Christchurch and Adam-and-Eve's, a dirty, eddying watercourse serenaded by the seagulls and the calls of the barge-men through its mizzle and stench.
And now, for the two reasons I DONT think they can shoot more than two seasons concurrently or adjacently: 1.
Here they are displayed adjacently as Tintoretto must have intended: the rigid symmetry of the former painting makes clear that it was meant for a frontal view, while "Washing" demands to be seen from the side, where the perspective at once makes exquisite, coherent sense.
When Google Scholar has more “hits” for a query, they often turn out to be duplicates and triplicates (not always displayed adjacently) with a separate hit for the TOC entry, the abstract, the PDF file and (if available) the HTML file.
There were some fifty tables in the room, tables at which, if not placed adjacently to one another, generally four men might sit.
For example, the man was run over between your tea and your dinner and adjacently to a passing barge in the river and the traffic in the Strand.
Fig. 63 is given to illustrate a danger peculiar to the self-contained oil system, in which the oil and oil-cooling chambers are situated adjacently in the turbine bedplate.
So yes, it is on the radar screen, and yes, we do believe we have capabilities not to go out and plant a lot of flags everywhere but to build out adjacently from where we are.