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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of covalently

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of covalently:
/kowvejləntli/

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  1. covalently bonded, polar covalently bonded
  2. which has been covalently attached to the azido sugar.
  3. to be covalently linked to a variety of different acceptors both cytosolic proteins
  4. in this case that would be a beta adrenergic antagonist, such as alprenolol, and covalently couples it to a solid support,
  5. in which we covalently linked either beta or alpha adrenergic antagonists to these sepharose beads.
  6. illusion acara little bit term in Toluca vapor covalently circa 30 so charlottas
  7. covalently bonded to two hydrogens,
  8. you selectively and covalently tag the genome
  9. covalently bond with a sigma bond can be put here.
  10. covalently bonded. The energy of interaction
  11. between two hydrogen atoms that are covalently bonded,
  12. two bond is in the case of a covalently bound molecule,
  13. They're actually physically covalently joined.
  14. So the answer I am looking for is C, the O(n) or covalently we would say that the running time of this algorithm is linear
  15. What that is a fatty acid that is covalently linked to e.
  16. they have a small organic molecule moiety either attached to it covalently or just associated
  17. to it. If it is attached covalently then it is called a prosthetic group or if it is just
  18. these glycoproteins are proteins that have linked to them covalently sugar units. Now
  19. It is the group that attaches covalently with the enzymes. That is what a prosthetic group.
  20. covalently attached to the proteins which acts as a coenzyme and it also contains the