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### Definition of Conjugately

**1.** [adv]

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### Literary usage of Conjugately

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**1.** *Theory of Groups of Finite Order* by William Burnside (1897)

"Moreover since -^ must contain operations of order p, there "* must be one or
more groups of order p8+1 which contain G, self-**conjugately**. ..."**2.** *Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society* by London Mathematical Society (1901)

"Hence {P', K] is a group of order p''v which contains P1 self-**conjugately**.
Let P, of order p', be that characteristic sub-group of P' which consists of all ..."**3.** *Prodromus Florae Peninsulae Indiae Orientalis: Containing Abridged* by Robert Wight, George Arnott Walker Arnott (1834)

"arboreous, unarmed : leaves **conjugately** pinnated, with a gland between the ...
arboreous, unarmed: leaves **conjugately** or ..."**4.** *Botanical Gazette* by University of Chicago, JSTOR (Organization) (1918)

"Since these nuclei divide **conjugately**, there is good reason to feel that they
are linked together by a sexual attraction. FRASER (30), however, says that ..."**5.** *Finite Collineation Groups: With an Introduction to the Theory of Groups of* by Hans Frederik Blichfeldt (1917)

"Accordingly, a group which contains one of the groups 13°-21° self-**conjugately**
must therefore also contain K ..."**6.** *On Riemann's Theory of Algebraic Functions and Their Integrals: A Supplement* by Felix Klein (1893)

"The only difference is that those constants which were before perfectly free from
conditions must now be either every one real or else **conjugately** complex ..."