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distad

 [dis´tad]
in a distal direction.

dis·tad

(dis'tad),
Toward the periphery; in a distal direction.

distad

/dis·tad/ (dis´tad) in a distal direction.

dis·tad

(dis'tad)
Toward the periphery; in a distal direction.

dis·tad

(dis'tad)
Toward the periphery.

distad

in a distal direction.
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Front femur with dorsoapical pair of macrosetae, AM1 enlarged and situated on ventral margin, intercalary row with 2 large basal setae and 8 smaller setae more distad.
The muscle was similar in size and position to that in VC or HS but the insertion was more distad (the gap between the tendons of insertion of M.
People in Wyoming are starting to realize the disparity," commissioner Lois Distad said.
The short-term and long-term negative effects of the sexual abuse of children are well-documented (Bowers, 1990; Briere, 1992; Linberg & Distad, 1985; Meiselman, 1978; Nelson, 1991; Sgroi, 1982).
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In addition, during the conference Perficient experts, Jonathan Distad and Glenn Kline, will showcase how the company has partnered with clients Premier healthcare alliance and Fluor Corporation to create exceptional web experiences using IBM's latest social business and collaboration solutions to improve customer satisfaction and employee collaboration within organizations.
Length of the first segment of a hind tarsus longer than the third, pulvilli shallow, individually increasing in length distad, all apices of pulvilli sharp.
Distad does not attempt to solve these problems of the present moment.