• Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adjs Conjugative conjugate
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  • Oscar Wilde
    “They flaunt their conjugal felicity in one's face, as if it were the most fascinating of sins.”
  • Jean Baudrillard
    “The surprises of thought are like those of love: they wear out. But here too you can carry on for a long time doing your conjugal duty.”


Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. conjugāre, -ātumcon, together, and jugārejugum, a yoke.


In literature:

The Anglo-Saxon man wants him to learn to conjugate and wear suspenders.
"Rolling Stones" by O. Henry
Instinctively she conjugated the verb "to have" always with the pronoun "I.
"To Let" by John Galsworthy
Conventional farcical comedies are always finally tedious because the heart of them, the inevitable conjugal infidelity, is always evaded.
"Overruled" by George Bernard Shaw
Who does not admire the noble independence, the conjugal love, and the matronly virtues of Agrippina, the wife of Germanicus?
"The Satyricon, Volume 7 (Marchena Notes)" by Petronius Arbiter
Who does not admire the noble independence, the conjugal love, and the matronly virtues of Agrippina, the wife of Germanicus?
"The Satyricon, Complete" by Petronius Arbiter
And finally there was a conjugal kiss on the spindled porch.
"A Modern Chronicle, Complete" by Winston Churchill
A half-witted French Protestant minister talked oddly about conjugal fidelity.
"The Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay, Vol. 1 (of 3)" by Fanny Burney
The whole wide range of history can not produce a parallel example of adherence to duty, and to the dictates of conjugal fidelity.
"History of the Donner Party" by C.F. McGlashan
What a picture of conjugal felicity!
"Mary Anerley" by R. D. Blackmore
Why they had, during all these years, made any outward pretence of conjugal unity they alone knew.
"The Fighting Chance" by Robert W. Chambers

In poetry:

If Mr. Jones, Lycurgus B.,
Had one peculiar quality,
'Twas his severe advocacy
Of conjugal fidelity.
"A Moral Vindicator" by Francis Bret Harte
Here many a green isle appears,
Along the stream, where the sunny years,
Of conjugal life devoutly wears
Contentment's crown.
"Biographia" by Samuel Alfred Beadle
If a man but bats his consort oh-so-gently on the head,
If he throttles her a little round the neck,
He's a brute; if he's considerately conjugal instead,
Everybody calls him Mr. Henry Peck.
"Heads And Tails" by Franklin Pierce Adams

In news:

The promise of antibody drug conjugates is creating a network of partners among large pharma companies and specialized players.
Therapeutic monoclonal antibodies can be conjugated with a variety of molecules including small-molecule drugs, radionuclides, peptides, other proteins (protein toxins, enzymes, cytokines), and polyethylene glycol.
Creating a successful antibody -drug conjugate requires careful selection of the drug, antibody , and linker.
An affordable, highly immunogenic Neisseria meningitidis serogroup A meningococcal conjugate vaccine (PsA—TT) was licensed for use in sub-Saharan Africa in 2009.
Even if a parole board denies Mark David Chapman 's bid for freedom this week, the man who shot and killed John Lennon still has something to look forward to after being granted a two day conjugal visit.
The vaccine is composed of a chemical conjugate of EGF and a carrier protein (rP64k), designed to trigger an anti-EGF antibody response.
"Conjugated equine estrogens are very complex pills," Anderson says.
Phycobiliproteins (R-PE, B-PE, and allophycocyanin) for fluorescent biomolecule labeling as well as the corresponding streptavidin and biotin conjugates are also available.
Use fluorophores conjugated to secondary antibodies with distinct spectra so they can be optically distinguished from each other to avoid cross-channel fluorescence (i.e.
Conjugation) contributes to the spread of antibiotic resistance genes in bacteria.
Explain how bacterial cells can acquire new genes through conjugation.
Seattle Genetics and OBT Establish Cancer Antibody-Drug Conjugate Collaboration.
Building blocks containing clickable moieties are instrumental in constructing side-chain modified peptides , interside-chain peptide chimera, peptide small molecule conjugates, and cyclic peptides .
ACIP now recommends the use of 13-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV13.
Clinical trials are underway to assess new combination conjugate vaccines (containing A, C, Y, and W polysaccharides ), and it is probable that these more broadly protective vaccines will become available in the near future.

In science:

For every conjugate xbx−1 of b except a set of small Cantor rank over a and b, the elements axbx−1 and b are conjugates.
On properties of (weakly) small groups
Symmetrically, for all x except a set of small rank, x−1axb and a are conjugates : one can find some x such that axbx−1 and x−1axb are conjugated respectively to b and a.
On properties of (weakly) small groups
The essence of our suggestion is that action and phase form a conjugate pair and energy and time form another conjugate pair and treating them as freely exchangeable may be part of the reason for our difficulties.
A phase operator for photons
In the former case if bi are elliptic then they have, in pairs, conjugate centralizers, and in the latter they fail to generate in homology: each boundary component has image conjugate into F2 .
Simple loop conjecture for limit groups
Next, let still ϕ = id, let h ∈ G be arbitrary with associated conjugation automorphism G −→ G, g 7−→ hg = hgh−1 , and let f ′ : P −→ G, g 7−→ hf (g)h−1 be the associated conjugated embedding.
Source Algebras of Blocks, Sources of Simple Modules, and a Conjecture of Feit