from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adv. In a molecular manner
  • adv. With regard to molecules

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. With molecules; in the manner of molecules.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • As regards molecules.


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  • Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipe will remain dominant and be driven by improved joining technologies and resins such as molecularly oriented PVC.


  • The search for the kind of molecularly aligned composite began in the1950s even before General Trudeau took command of R&D, continued during my tenure at Foreign Technology when the early "Stealth" experimentation began at Lockheed that resulted in the F117 fighter and Stealth bomber, and continues right through to today.

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  • Childrens Hospital has extensive involvement in clinical trials that compare standard treatments for blood disorders to new treatments, trials that assess investigational treatments, and laboratory-based translational research efforts to develop preventive strategies, molecularly targeted drugs, and immunological approaches for leukemia treatment.

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  • By way of example, take the case of sipuleucel-T, one of a class of "molecularly targeted therapies" that "are revolutionizing the treatment of cancer."

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  • On average, On average, patients' tumors started to grow back after 10 months; resistance is a problem with molecularly targeted therapies.

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  • Snow and buildings molecularly swelled in urgent confi rmation: They've found you.

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  • Penta water said it was "the only molecularly restructured water on the market", claiming to contain smaller water molecules that could hydrate our cells faster – it was swiftly demolished by Ben Goldacre in this newspaper.

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  • It's constantly being reinvestigated, molecularly, genetically, cellulary and biologically.

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  • July 18th, 2009 at 3: 05 pm kornbelt888: I expect that if and when ape brains and human brains are fully understood there will not be anything particularly surprising molecularly and in the general macroscopic structures.

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