Synonym: ground substance, intercellular substance. Similar words: patriot, patriarch, patriarchy, patriarchal, psychiatrist, mathematics, patron, patrol. Meaning: ['meɪtrɪks] n. 1. a rectangular array of elements (or entries) set out by rows and columns 2. an enclosure within which something originates or develops (from the Latin for womb) 3. the body substance in which tissue cells are embedded 4. the formative tissue at the base of a nail 5. mold used in the production of phonograph records, type, or other relief surface.

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1, Europe is remaking itself politically within the

*matrix*of the European Community.2, Rome was the

*matrix*of Western civilization.3, The fossils lie embedded in a

*matrix*of shale and sandstone.4, This is known as

*matrix*addressing.5, This is what the transition probability

*matrix*tells us.6, For draft work the dot

*matrix*printer is popular.7, Hepatocytes also express non-integrin,

*matrix*binding proteins.8,

*Matrix*has 8 new designs out of 10.9, They are, in effect, extremely fast dot

*matrix*printers.10, That sets the stage for the

*matrix*arrangement.11, They print several times faster than dot

*matrix*printers.12, Unlike the colour printing achieved from multi-ribbon

*matrix*printers the results are really excellent.13, Dynamic

*Matrix*is expected to post about $ 17 million in revenue in 1995.14, As in every

*matrix*structure,[http://sentencedict.com/matrix.html] the operational roles have reporting responsibilities to functional managers as well as to their immediate line managers.15, It is immediately apparent from this

*matrix*that most of our information resources lack efficient means for exploiting those resources.16, Project teams are another example of a simple

*matrix*structure.17, Their subtle energetic

*matrix*, their inward patterning, their instinct, is that of water.18, The new product

*matrix*sets out to present complex information with clarity.19, Some printers combine both daisy-wheel and dot

*matrix*printing elements in one machine.20, The two analyses are combined in a

*matrix*structure as shown in Table 7.3.21, The probability

*matrix*is raised to successively higher powers in much the same way.22, Complex and

*matrix*structures are not in evidence in the survey of excellent firms.23, Whilst

*matrix*isolation attempts to reproduce this situation, the target molecules are in intimate contact with the matrix material.24, Then the dragons pop through, as it were, and impress their form on this world's possibility

*matrix*.25, Our inner lives have been hideously diminished by isolation from an ecosocial

*matrix*, weighing us down with sadness and apathy.26, Chapter 6 introduces the topic of solid sample analysis by discussing such important issues as spiking procedures, recoveries and

*matrix*effects.27, The office is tidily modern, and resounds with the metronomic clicking of keyboards and the buzzing of dot

*matrix*printers.28, These managers therefore had functional authority and responsibilities, and a

*matrix*management organisation was created.29, The adoral shields are curved slightly wing-like, with glassy beads embedded in the

*matrix*.30, It is also capable of reading text produced on a dot

*matrix*printer, or from the output from a fax card.