assimilation pelvis n.
A deformity of the pelvis in which the transverse processes of the last lumbar vertebra are fused with the sacrum or in which the last sacral vertebra is fused with the first coccygeal body.
the practice or policy of assimilating or encouraging the of people from all ethnic groups and cultures of origin: In the 1900s, some immigrants at first resisted the assimilationism of the New World.
the practice or policy of assimilating or encouraging the of people from all ethnic groups and cultures of origin: In the 1900s, some immigrants at first resisted the assimilationism of the New World. Contemporary Examples King recognized that black sexuality posed a special threat to his assimilationist project. Does Obama Embody the Best of MLK? […]
characterized by ; . Historical Examples This is another instance of the synthetic or assimilative phase of scientific thinking. How We Think John Dewey Or Mr. Waldner’s assimilative opinion that he had seen only ice crystals. The Book of the Damned Charles Fort The assimilative force of the American public school is eloquent testimony to […]
to take in and incorporate as one’s own; absorb: He assimilated many new experiences on his European trip. to bring into conformity with the customs, attitudes, etc., of a group, nation, or the like; adapt or adjust: to assimilate the new immigrants. Physiology. to convert (food) to substances suitable for incorporation into the body and […]