adlyniad, adlyniadau, hadlyniad, hadlyniadau
Noun(1) abnormal union of bodily tissues; most common in the abdomen(2) a fibrous band of scar tissue that binds together normally separate anatomical structures(3) the property of sticking together (as of glue and wood(4) faithful support for a cause or political party or religion
(1) He could not emphasize his more practical reasons for making reservations in his first letters of adhesion to the Roman Catholic hierarchy.(2) Be sure that there is good adhesion to the concrete.(3) A bonding layer to provide adhesion is required.(4) Direct evidence that the cooperative binding associated with clustering increases adhesion has been provided by atomic force microscopy.(5) Most Baptists have suspected its adhesion to a government or to leftist politics, a supposition that led to its open rejection.(6) the adhesion of the gum strip to the paper(7) A hint of tyre screech indicated we were approaching the limit of adhesion and our heart rates quickened.(8) This could allow for adhesion to hooves and fur as well as boots and motorized vehicle tires and suggests a potential for plants to be dispersed outside of floodplains.(9) In addition to adhesion based on suction, the rim of the sucker can be bent on each side to enclose and grip thin filaments and sheets.(10) Must be able to produce optimum adhesion to the racing surface and enhance the aerodynamic balance of a racecar at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.(11) The group now has 140 members, with a positive trend of adhesion (nearly 100 per cent in the last year).(12) The team's previous research ruled out two other possible forms of adhesion : suction and chemical bonding.(13) Crushed leaves become slippery when wet, and the poor adhesion between wheel and track makes it difficult for trains to slow down and stop.(14) Racing appears the most absurd outgrowth of our fascination with the car: drivers hurtle around in circles, at the limits of adhesion .(15) the sole unit provides good adhesion for walking on all surfaces(16) Siemens and the Technical University of Darmstadt are working with tyre manufacturer Continental on a project using sensors to monitor pressure, temperature and adhesion in a rolling tyre.
(1) adhesion :: adlyniad
2. bond ::
3. adherence ::
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