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implant, wedge-implant assembly, prosthesis, graft Biocompatibility of implant metals in bone tissue culture - Page v Ljilja Golijanin - 1988 The second was to grow bone on three implant metals (pure titanium, titanium alloy, and cobalt- chromium alloy) to see whether the metals were biocompatible and therefore would support the growth of ...


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There's probably a very precise medical term for this but, until that is found, you could use support (definition from the Free Online Dictionary): something that serves as a foundation, prop, brace, or stay.


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This is your “routine”. The things you do day in, day out, usually at the same times. If you use “routine” like this it will be understood in British English; if you want to be more specific use “daily routine”. noun a customary or regular course of procedure commonplace tasks, chores, or duties as must be done regularly or at specified ...


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You must be talking about "bone cement". Bone cements have been used very successfully to anchor artificial joints (hip joints, knee joints, shoulder and elbow joints) for more than half a century. Artificial joints (referred to as prostheses) are anchored with bone cement. The bone cement fills the free space between the prosthesis and the bone and ...


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The hypernym for the different times of day is, rather unsurprisingly, time of day: Hyponyms dawn, morning, noon/midday, afternoon, evening, dusk, night, midnight (Category: en:Times of day) And nobody at all calls them day periods or day sections.


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Business can be an uncountable noun, when referring to the activity in general. But it can also be a countable noun, when referring to a specific instance, like a corporation or a single-proprietorship. "He has/owns many businesses" would be correct if using the second sense.


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advance noun an instance of notable progress in the development of knowledge, technology, or skill Synonyms advancement, breakthrough, enhancement, improvement, refinement The Internet, planes, cars and mobile phones are advances that shaped the 20/21st century. engineering achievement Greatest Engineering Achievements of the 20th ...


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Absolutely any compound noun at all is grammatically correct. "Horizon road", "jalousie proof", "temperature depth", "dog cat", whatever. So the only question is whether it has a commonly agreed upon meaning. "Horizon road" is not an established term and would be taken to mean different things by different people, or would not be understood at all. Since ...


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If you put them the other way around, it is fully grammatical: You have the option to use the red ball, or the green. The only way this could be confused is if somebody took "green" to be a noun, as in "putting green", but that seems fairly unlikely.


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Avenues may work in context, but alone it's too vague. Points of contact is better, but too wordy. Connections is the best match I can find to your requirements.



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