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situ

[see-too] /ˈsi tu/
noun, Latin.
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Examples for situ
  • These days, the consensus among conservationists is to try to manage nature with humans in situ.
  • The composite fills the crack and then hardens in situ.
  • Companies that want to expand may well be able to do so in situ, and will not have to look for a new building across town.
  • To measure sublimation, one has to regularly weigh samples of ice in situ.
  • The enrichment of homozygotes is unexpected if selection in situ is occurring here.
  • Basically, at the kind of distance for this object, you cannot form a gas giant in situ by accretion.
  • Including an inflatable habitat, mining equipment to test in-situ resource utilization, and a couple of robots to run the thing.

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