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Incontinent

Incontinence or Incontinent may refer to: Lack of moderation or self-control, especially related to sexual desire - see Incontinence philosophy Fecal incontinence, the involuntary excretion of bowel contents Incontinent album, a 1981 album by Fad ...

Indifferent

Indifference may refer to: Indifference album, 1985 album by the Proletariat, or the title song Apathy, a psychological attitude A song on the band Pearl Jams second album Vs. Principle of indifference, in probability theory, a rule for assigning ...

Polymorphous

Bounded quantification, restricts type parameters to a range of subtypes Ad hoc polymorphism, applying polymorphic functions to arguments of different types Parametric polymorphism, abstracts types, so that multiple can be used with a single impl ...

Messinese

Messina Chasma, a canyon on Uranus moon Titania Messina, South Africa, now called Musina Strait of Messina, Italy Province of Messina, Italian province

Inspirational

Inspiration, inspire, or inspired may refer to: Biblical inspiration, the doctrine in Judeo-Christian theology concerned with the divine origin of the Bible Artistic inspiration, sudden creativity in artistic production Inhalation, the movement o ...

Redundant

Redundant play, 2001 drama by Leo Butler "Redundant" song, 1997 song by American rock band Green Day Redundancy linguistics, information that is expressed more than once

Sentential

Sentence mathematical logic, a formula not containing free variables Sentence linguistics, a grammatical unit of language Sentence law, the punishment a judge gives to a defendant found guilty of a crime

Separable

Linear separability, a geometric property of a pair of sets of points in Euclidean geometry Separable space, a topological space that contains a countable, dense subset Separable partial differential equation, a class of equations that can be bro ...

Sessile

Sessility, or sessile, may refer to: Sessility botany, flowers or leaves that grow directly from the stem or peduncle of a plant Sessility in crystallography, dislocation that is not able to move in the slip plane as opposed to glissile Sessility ...

Interlingual

An interlanguage is an emerging language system in the mind of a second language learner. Interlanguage or interlingual may also refer to: Interlanguage, a term in interlinguistics referring to any language used between people who cannot communic ...

Sexless

Sexlessness is the state of being either without sexual activity, or without a physical sex. It may refer to: Celibacy, the state of voluntarily being unmarried, sexually abstinent, or both Asexuality, the lack of sexual attraction to others, or ...

Representational

Representation politics, political activities undertaken by elected representatives, as well as other theories Representative democracy, type of democracy in which elected officials represent a group of people Legal representation, provided by a ...

Revisonist

Revisionism may refer to: The "revisionists" school of thought in Soviet and Communist studies, as opposed to the Cold War "traditionalists" school. Historical negationism, concerted denial of claims accepted by mainstream historians, may purport ...

Rhapsodic

Rhapsody or variant may refer to: A work of epic poetry, or part of one, that is suitable for recitation at one time Rhapsode, a classical Greek professional performer of epic poetry

Pragmatic

Pragmatism is a philosophical movement. Pragmatism or pragmatic may also refer to: Pragmatics, a subfield of linguistics and semiotics Pragmaticism, Charles Sanders Peirces post-1905 branch of philosophy Pragmatics journal, an academic journal in ...

Precompact

Precompact set may refer to: Relatively compact subspace, a subset whose closure is compact Totally bounded set, a subset that can be covered by finitely many subsets of fixed size

Preemptive

"Preemption" is also sometimes used in the United States to refer to the displacing effect state laws might have on ordinances enacted by municipalities, especially in the context of alcoholic beverage laws, gun laws, zoning laws banning hydrofra ...

Malevolent

Malevolence film, a 2003 film by Stevan Mena Malevolence Solanum atropurpureum, a flowering shrub in the Nightshade family Malevolence I Declare War album Malevolent 2018 film, a 2018 film by Olaf de Fleur Malevolence ship, a Star Wars ship Malev ...

Sketchy

Sketch mathematics, a generalization of algebraic theory A summary of a mathematical proof Curve sketching, the methods for drawing approximately a curve defined by an equation

Photometric

Photometry can refer to: Photometry optics, the science of measurement of visible light in terms of its perceived brightness to human vision Photometry astronomy, the measurement of the flux or intensity of an astronomical objects electromagnetic ...

Isobaric

Isobar may refer to: Isobar nuclide, one of multiple nuclides with the same mass but with different numbers of protons. Isobaric process, a process taking place at constant pressure Isobar meteorology, a line connecting points of equal atmospheri ...

Sadistic

Sadism may refer to: Sexual sadism disorder, a medical/psychological condition for sexual arousal from inflicting pain/humiliation on unwilling, non-consenting victims Sadomasochism, the giving or receiving of pleasure from acts involving the rec ...

Prodigious

Prodigy, Prodigies or The Prodigy may refer to: Chess prodigy, a child who can beat experienced adult players at chess Child prodigy, a child who produces meaningful output to the level of an adult expert performer

Prominent

Prominence in topography is a measure of the independence of a summit. Prominence may also refer to: Solar prominence, a large, bright, gaseous feature extending outward from the Suns surface Celebrity, the fame and public attention accorded by t ...

Solute (Echinoderm)

Soluta is an extinct class of echinoderms that lived from the Middle Cambrian to the Early Devonian. The class is also known by its junior synonym Homoiostelea. Soluta is one of the four "carpoid" classes, alongside Ctenocystoidea, Cincta, and St ...

Northern Chinese

North China is a geographical region of China. Northern China or North China may also refer to: North China, a fictional country in Full Metal Panic! North China Craton, an ancient continent studied in geology Northern Chinese dialects, or Mandar ...

Markovian (disambiguation)

Markovian is an adjective that may describe: The Markov property, the memoryless property of a stochastic process In probability theory and statistics, subjects named for Andrey Markov A Markov chain or Markov process, a stochastic model describi ...

Masochistic

BDSM, consensual adult sadomasochistic activity Sexual masochism disorder, a medical condition in which experiencing pain or humiliation is required for sexual arousal Sadistic personality disorder Masochistic personality disorder, another name f ...

Saturated

Saturation, a property of organic compounds referring to carbon-carbon bonds Saturated fat or fatty acid Unsaturated fat or fatty acid Saturated and unsaturated compounds Degree of unsaturation Saturation of a solute in a solution, as related to ...

Saurashtri

Saurashtra may refer to the following entities in western India: Saurashtra language Saurashtra alphabet Saurashtra people Saurashtra Railway a former railway company, merged into Western Railway zone and since its dissolution part of present Ind ...

Plain-clothes

Plain clothes may refer to: Plain Clothes Theatre Productions, a theatre company based in Bristol, England Plain dress, a religious practice of wearing clothes of traditional, modest design Plain Clothes film, a 1988 American comedy film Plainclo ...

Nucleic

Nucleus is a Latin word for the seed inside a fruit. It most often refers to: Atomic nucleus, the very dense central region of an atom Cell nucleus, a central organelle of a eukaryotic cell, containing most of the cells DNA Nucleus may also refer to:

Sterile

Sterile or sterility may refer to: Infertility, the condition of a person, animal or plant being unable to bear children, especially through natural means Sterility physiology, an inability of a living organism to effect sexual reproduction Steri ...

Monolithic

A monolith is a monument or natural feature consisting of a single massive stone or rock. Monolith or monolithic may also refer to: Single crystal, unified crystal, also called monocrystal or monolithic

Pleomorphic

Pleomorphism may refer to: Pleomorphism microbiology, the ability of some bacteria to alter their shape or size in response to environmental conditions A life cycle of certain fungi where different stages have different morphology, see Teleomorph ...

Bragger

Brag or BRAG may refer to: Eva Brag, Swedish writer Brag folklore, a creature from the folklore of Northumbria, England Bicycle Ride Across Georgia Brag, a character in The Trigan Empire, a science fiction comic series to boast Three card brag, a ...

Domestically

A domestic or domestic worker Anything relating to the human home or family A domestic animal, one that has undergone domestication A domestic partnership Domestic science, sometimes called family and consumer science Domestic violence A domestic ...

Pluralistic

Pluralist democracy, a political system with more than one center of power Legal pluralism, the existence of differing legal systems in a population or area Pluralism political theory, belief that there should be diverse and competing centres of ...

Maculation

Astylopsis macula, a beetle of family Cerambycidae Ulotrichopus macula, a moth of family Erebidae Gibberula macula, a sea snail of family Cystiscidae Goniotorna macula, a moth of family Tortricidae Ortalotrypeta macula, a fruit fly of family Teph ...

Striated

Striations means a series of ridges, furrows or linear marks, and is used in several ways: Striations can be observed in clouds. See Barbers pole. Striation Valley, in Antarctica Glacial striation Striation fatigue, in material Ballistic fingerpr ...

Selenian

Selene, an alias used by Lanfear in Robert Jordans Wheel of Time series Selene Cro character, fictional sabre-toothed tiger in TV series Cro Adam Selene, a character in Robert Heinleins The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress Selene Lindstrom, a character i ...

Exponentially

Exponential may refer to any of several mathematical topics related to exponentiation, including: Exponential function, also Matrix exponential, the matrix analogue to the above Exponential time, in complexity theory Exponential notation, also kn ...

Expulsively

Eviction Expulsion from the United States Congress Extradition Expulsion education Deportation Persona non grata Ejection sports Exile Expeller pressing Forced migration

Syrian Catholic Church

Syrian Catholic may refer to: The Catholic Church in Syria, part of the worldwide Catholic Church in the country of Syria The Syriac Catholic Church, one of 23 Eastern Catholic Churches, that uses the West Syriac liturgy and has many practices an ...

Multitasker

Multitasking may refer to: Pre-emptive multitasking Cooperative multitasking Computer multitasking, the concurrent execution of multiple tasks also known as processes over a certain period of time Human multitasking, the apparent performance by a ...

Horizontally

Horizontal may refer to: Horizontal market, in microeconomics Horizontal album, a 1968 album by the Bee Gees Horizontalism, in sociology Horizontal plane, in astronomy, geography, geometry and other sciences and contexts Horizontal coordinate sys ...

The Cretan

Crete-Monee High School Crete, Illinois, United States Crete, Indiana, United States Crete Township, Sargent County, North Dakota, United States Crete, Nebraska, United States

Offensiveness

Offensive may refer to: Profanity, strongly impolite, rude or offensive language Offensive military, an attack Offensive language Fighting words or insulting language, words that by their very utterance inflict injury or tend to incite an immedia ...

Verifiable

Verification spaceflight, in the space systems engineering area, covers the processes of qualification and acceptance Verification and validation, in engineering or quality management systems, is the act of reviewing, inspecting or testing, in or ...

Isometrically

The term isometric comes from the Greek for "having equal measurement". isometric may mean: Cubic crystal system, also called isometric crystal system Isometric scaling, the opposite of allometry, which occurs when changes in size during growth o ...