pertainment

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Noun[edit]

pertainment (plural pertainments)

  1. The quality of two or more subjects pertaining to each other especially in a constructive, abstract, and/or newly discovered way.
    I've selected college courses for maximum pertainment.
  2. A holistic quality to strive for in works.
    A clever accomplishment is celebrated more for its pertainment to common needs than for it's pure ingenuity.

References[edit]

Excerpt: The gravitational properties of the static plane-symmetric vacuum solution of Einstein's field equations without cosmological term (Taub's solution, for brevity) are presented: some already known properties (geodesics, weak field limit and pertainment to the Schwarzschild family of spacetimes) are reviewed in a physically much more transparent way, as well as new results about its asymptotic structure, possible matchings and nature of the source are furnished. (Source: gr-qc/9608058 (August 1996) Taub's plane-symmetric vacuum pacetime revisited M. L. Bedran, M. O. Calvao, I. Damiao Soares and F. M. Paiva Received. 23 August 1996 Last updated. 23 August 1996)