How To Use Vicinal In A Sentence

  • A people has, therefore, a twofold location, an immediate one, based upon their actual territory, and a mediate or vicinal one, growing out of its relations to the countries nearest them. Introduction to the Science of Sociology
  • He made a fire and began to broil them; the bride searched the vicinal woods for dried branches to feed the fire. It, and Other Stories
  • Dithiols were better reversal agents than monothiols, further suggesting that these inhibitors bind to the proposed vicinal sulfhydryls present on this enzyme.
  • Vicinal faces are typically only hundredths of one degree in inclination from the main crystal face on which they form.
  • NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, as affected by natural or vicinal location, Introduction to the Science of Sociology
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  • The stronger the vicinal location, the more dependent is the people upon the neighboring states, but the more potent the influence which it can, under certain circumstances, exert upon them. Introduction to the Science of Sociology
  • If I were to follow my poor Joliet through all his transmigrations and metempsychoses, as I have learned them by his hints, allusions and confessions, I should show him by turns working a rope ferry, where the stupid and indolent cattle, whose business it is to draw men, were drawn by him; then letter-carrier; supernumerary and call-boy in a village theatre; road-mender on a vicinal route; then a beadle, Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 12, No. 29, August, 1873
  • The analysis of the vicinal J couplings in aqueous solution gives us more direct information on the conformational problem, when we can observe the fine structures of the signals.
  • Therefore, we study the equilibrium partitioning of water molecules between the enzyme and its vicinal region and the bulk solution region, which will provide an overall picture of the solvent dependent enzyme hydration.
  • The contrasted grouping is reflected in both, the lower animals and the peoples inhabiting these respectively vicinal and remote lands. Influences of Geographic Environment On the Basis of Ratzel's System of Anthropo-Geography
  • Designers should integrate vicinal practice with the design of Distribution Automation System, and create a optimum project during the system design.
  • Additional distinct extrema in the negative regime of energy signify vicinal pairs that are hydrogen bonded.
  • Here location at the two extremities of the peninsula has involved a striking difference in ethnic infusions in the two districts, different historical careers owing to different vicinal grouping, and dissimilar geographic conditions. Influences of Geographic Environment On the Basis of Ratzel's System of Anthropo-Geography
  • The forms of vicinal location thus far considered presuppose a compact or continuous distribution, such as characterizes the more fertile and populous areas of the earth. Influences of Geographic Environment On the Basis of Ratzel's System of Anthropo-Geography
  • The more alike the components of such a vicinal group of people, the easier, freer and more effective will be the mediating function of the central one. Influences of Geographic Environment On the Basis of Ratzel's System of Anthropo-Geography
  • This unavoidable approximation is expected to provide good results, since a through-bond coupling between the vicinal protons at a fixed conformation mainly reflects the electronic state.
  • The epoxide hydrolases are a family of enzymes that hydrate simple epoxide to vicinal diols and arene oxides to transdihydrodiols.
  • To the C-tenninus of the recombinant proteins, two vicinal cysteins were added for subsequent single-molecule manipulation.
  • What is the difference between a natural and a vicinal location? Introduction to the Science of Sociology
  • The epoxide hydrolases are a family of enzymes that hydrate simple epoxide to vicinal diols and arene oxides to transdihydrodiols.
  • The number of vicinal hydroxyl groups corresponds to the chemical and biological activity of the compound; thus kaempferol is often less active than quercetin and myricetin.
  • This suggests that a partially folded intermediate of HCA II self-assembles by both local unfolding and intermolecular docking of the intermediates vicinal to position 79.
  • The latter are also called vicinal diols, or 1,2-diols.

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