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  • noun Plural form of adjunction.


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  • It is easy to prove certain facts about these operations directly from the adjunctions.

    Category Theory

  • Time after time time the Attorney General of the United States has gone into the courts, proved violations of the anti-trust law before juries, secured convctions and judgments of thet court dissolving the trust organizations and punishing the offenders, and in all classes where the courts have appealed to, secured such adjunctions as established and guaranteed the rights of the public.

    Republican Hand-Book North Carolina. Republican State Executive Committee 1906

  • It is well known in the world that the duties of the husband in some way conjoin themselves with the duties of the wife, and that the duties of the wife adjoin themselves to the duties of the husband, and that these conjunctions and adjunctions are a mutual aid, and according thereto: but the primary duties, which confederate, consociate, and gather into one the souls and lives of two married partners, relate to the common care of educating their children; in relation to which care, the duties of the husband and of the wife are distinct, and yet join themselves together.

    The Delights of Wisdom Pertaining to Conjugial Love


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