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adjunct
1. something attached to another things but in a dependent or auxiliary capacity
2. A person associated with another in a a subordinate or helpful capacity.
3. attached to faculty or staff
amalgamate
1. to combine, unite, or consolidate
2. to blend with another metal

amalgam (n.) amalgamation (n.)
contiguous
1. sharing a boundary or edge; touching
2. nearby
3. adjacent in time
4. continuous

contiguity (n.) contiguously (adv.)
diffuse
1. widely spread or scattered
2. characterized by wordiness
3. to spread or scatter

diffusion (n.)
diverge
1. to go or extend in different directions from a common point
2. to differ in opinion or matter
3. to deviate

divergence (n.) divergent (adj.)
parity
equality, as in amount, status, or value

par (n.)
periphery
the outmost region within a precise boundary

peripheral (adj.)
synergy
The combined action or two or more agents, substances, organs, or organisms to achieve an effect greater than the total effect that would be produced by each one acting individually; interdependence.

synergistic (adj.) synergistically (adv.)
transcend
1. to apss beyond or rise aboce
2. to surpass or exceed
3. to be above the physical realm

transcendence (n.)
transcendent (adj.)
unison
1. the act of speaking or singing the same words simultaneously by two or more people