Intact can refer to:
- Intact (group of companies), a Romanian media trust
- Intact (album) and "Intact" (song) by Ned's Atomic Dustbin
- Intacto, a film
- Entire (animal), describing an animal that has not been spayed or neutered
- Genital integrity
- IntAct, a database of protein interaction data
- Intact Financial, a Canadian insurance company
Other articles related to "intact":
... Ruins Ballybur Castle, Restored Castle Ballyragget Castle, Intact Castle Burnchurch Castle, Intact Castle Clara Castle, Intact Castle Coolhill Castle, Castle Ruins ...
... There has not been any age or sex predilection made, but intact animals have shown more prevalence in some studies in particular intact males ... it is unclear if the sex predilection is due to the increased roaming of intact animals or another reason ...
... INTACT is the first Romanian media group based entirely on a private local business ... industry have been launched under this umbrella since its first product, Intact Printing House was established in 1991 ...
... cold water History epilepsy migraine Procedural memory intact intact Recognizes family, home usually yes Duration 1–60 minutes 2–8 hours EEG during abnormal after 40%+abnormal during normal ...
... remains, such as eggs and cysts, may remain intact for many thousands of years ... In some cases, relatively intact soft-bodied adult helminths and ectoparasitic arthropods have been found ... In cases where the intact bodies of parasites are not found, protein or DNA from the parasite may still be present ...
Famous quotes containing the word intact:
“When I can no longer bear to think of the victims of broken homes, I begin to think of the victims of intact ones.”
—Peter De Vries (b. 1910)
“Everything is becoming science fiction. From the margins of an almost invisible literature has sprung the intact reality of the 20th century.”
—J.G. (James Graham)
“If your child is going to develop a healthy personality with the capacity to remain intact and grow, she must learn how to test reality, regulate her impulses, stabilize her moods, integrate her feelings and actions, focus her concentration and plan.”
—Stanley I. Greenspan (20th century)