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English citations of synoecious

  • 1972, M. G. Bicchieri, Hunters and gatherers today: a socioeconomic study of eleven such cultures[1], page 309:
    The segmentation of the band is expressed in the arrangement of huts and shelters in synoecious camps; households comprising a segment are clustered close together, but are still an integral part of the whole camp.
  • 1980, Anthony John Edwin Smith & Ruth Smith, The moss flora of Britain and Ireland[2], page 192:
    Occasional plants of var. viridulus have a synoecious inflorescence but are otherwise typical of the variety.