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In a considerable proportion of insects it seems connate with the Labium, and forming its inner surface?
In most cases, however, the peridia are connate throughout, and sometimes present above a membranous common covering.
THE NORTH AMERICAN SLIME-MOULDSTHOMAS H. (THOMAS HUSTON) MACBRIDE
Their knowledge is connate and is called instinct; but it belongs to the natural love in which they are.
If by nature deaf, from the intonation of sounds; and many unhappy instances of such connate defects abound among our species.
SOUND MINDJOHN HASLAM
Perianth subcompressed laterally, connate with the involucral leaves.
Involucres 1-fruited, connate with the lobes beneath, horizontal, opening by a vertical terminal slit.
The stems are variable in length, often connate or fused together into a solid base.
Stipules very narrow, connate with the petiole, almost entire, or serrate.
PARSONS ON THE ROSESAMUEL BROWNE PARSONS
Corky or woody and extremely hard, very closely imbricated and connate, forming a subglobose polycephalous mass, Figure 334.
In the systems to which Locke replies they had been called innate or connate.

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