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Definition of Intersticed

Intersticed
Intersticed In*ter"sticed, a. Provided with interstices; having interstices between; situated at intervals.

Meaning of Intersticed from wikipedia

- An interstitial space or interstice is a space between structures or objects. In particular, interstitial may refer to: Interstitial cell tumor Interstitial...
- E. (February 1999). "The Twice and ****ure President: Constitutional Interstices and the Twenty-Second Amendment". Minnesota Law Review. 83 (3): 565–635...
- In Roman Catholicism, the interstices is a period of at least three months between the ordination of a man to the diaconate and his ordination to the...
- argument: Given that "ss" may appear at the end of a word, before an interstice and "s" being a common initial letter for words, "sss" is likely to appear...
- Gant, Scott E. (1999). "The Twice and ****ure President: Constitutional Interstices and the Twenty-Second Amendment" (PDF). Minnesota Law Review. Minneapolis...
- and the interstice staminodes and thecae erect, allowing pollinators to access pistillate zone. When stigmas become non-receptive, the interstice staminodes...
- with three layers of specially baked bricks on both sides, with the interstices filled with mortar. At the four corners of the wall sit towers (E) with...
- E. (February 1999). "The Twice and ****ure President: Constitutional Interstices and the Twenty-Second Amendment". Minnesota Law Review. Minneapolis:...
- tools. The long-held view is that the carbon atoms fit into octahedral interstices in a close-packed metal lattice when the metal atom radius is greater...
- atoms. In both of these very similar lattices there are two sorts of interstice, or hole: 2 tetrahedral holes per metal atom, i.e. the hole is between...
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