Thesaurus / coalescence
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Though the weaker form, the coalescence of the five bands into one broad one is more common here than in nemoralis.
OUR BRITISH SNAILSJOHN WILLIAM HORSLEY
Compounds which exhibit the full pronoun in coalescence with the adverb ewaidde, yonder.
The coalescence of segments, though frequent, does not after a little experience materially confuse the counting.
This occurs in the usual way by the junction and coalescence of the medullary folds.
THE WORKS OF FRANCIS MAITLAND BALFOUR, VOLUME 1FRANCIS MAITLAND BALFOUR
The stipes in some cases are completely merged in one; in others traces of coalescence remain.
THE NORTH AMERICAN SLIME-MOULDSTHOMAS H. (THOMAS HUSTON) MACBRIDE
A coalescence of tribes into a nation had not occurred in any case in any part of America.
ANCIENT SOCIETYLEWIS HENRY MORGAN
The cornea is formed by the coalescence of two structures, viz.
THE WORKS OF FRANCIS MAITLAND BALFOUR, VOLUME III (OF 4)FRANCIS MAITLAND BALFOUR
Separatist tendencies were stronger than those of coalescence.
THE COLONIZATION OF NORTH AMERICAHERBERT EUGENE BOLTON
Hertwig found that the one essential element in conception is the coalescence of the two sexual cells and their nuclei.
It results, usually, from the coalescence of several rings, the eruption disappearing at the points of contact.
ESSENTIALS OF DISEASES OF THE SKINHENRY WEIGHTMAN STELWAGON
WORDS RELATED TO COALESCENCE
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