situ

[see-too]
noun Latin.
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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.
Basically, at the kind of distance for this object, you cannot form a gas giant in situ by accretion.
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