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  • noun Plural form of splicing.

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Examples

  • The Bad Plus has been one of the most influential small jazz groups of the past decade, for its fearless splicings of classic pop covers, cinematic narrative drama, jazz improv and subversive humour.

    London jazz festival: the grand nationals

  • This resembles the diagnosis Languagehat gives; but I also consider these cases to be splicings of two standards: Australian with its very British retention of "got", and American with its loss of it.

    languagehat.com: IN PRAISE OF THE TIMES.

  • The sails were not patched, the lines looked fresh and showed no splicings, the paint on the hulls had recently been scrubbed, and there probably wasn't a barnacle anywhere underwater.

    Black Horses For The King

  • Kennedy had enumerated countless cuts, splicings, and rearrangements performed by Aswell to produce the novels from Wolfe's last and unpublishable manuscript, admittedly, but Kennedy felt that Aswell's efforts to produce a great portion of one of these was "creative editing."

    'Crying Wolfe': An Exchange

  • Happily he was able to resist the descending impetus: the knots of the splicings furnished a succession of retardations.

    Note Book of an English Opium-Eater

  • Even in the outset of their connubial partnership, they started under the most favorable auspices -- for, whereas other couples marry for love or money, they got married for 'nothing' taking advantage of the annual gratuitous splicings performed at Shoreditch Church on one sunshiny

    Sketches — Complete

  • Even in the outset of their connubial partnership, they started under the most favorable auspices -- for, whereas other couples marry for love or money, they got married for 'nothing' taking advantage of the annual gratuitous splicings performed at Shoreditch Church on one sunshiny

    Sketches — Volume 05

  • Peeling varnish, cracked paint, damp, smelly cushions, servings and splicings that need renewal, oil and fuel filters to be changed, the bilge to be cleaned - it's as if the passing of a mere winter testifies to a lifetime of neglect.

    The Martha's Vineyard Times News Headlines

  • [1], is characterized by six different isoforms under the control of two distinct promoters and three different alternative splicings leading to the production of ΔN - or TA-p63, and alpha, beta or gamma isoforms, respectively.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

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