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mesially

 [me´ze-al″e]
toward the median line.

mesially

/me·si·al·ly/ (me´ze-al″-e) toward the median line.

mesially

toward the median line.
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0] Contacting mesially with anterior free vertebrae, being exclusively attached to neurocranium.
Antennal scale generally oval with distal margin broadly rounded, blunt distolateral tooth present; short transverse suture extending mesially from base of distolateral tooth; dorsal surface with prominent mid-dorsal carina; basicerite with subacute ventrolateral tooth.
The distal portion of margin is bent mesially and emerged on the caudal surface in D.
On examination mesially tilted mandibular second molar was also found on lower left quadrant (Figure 2).
Maxillary right first molar was moved mesially by applying 10 cN optimal force with nickel titanium (Ni-Ti) closed coil spring tied between incisor and molar teeth and force measured by tension gauge.
Corium with 1 complete row of punctures parallel to the claval suture and 1 incomplete row with 3 to 5 punctures; corium usually whitish, although some specimens with translucent areas; in both cases punctures are distributed along the R+M vein and between R+M and discal area reaching posterior margin of corium; corium also with 2 rectangular dark brown spots mesially on the punctuated area between R+M and disc; and with 4 rectangular spots along posterior corial margin (Fig.
Previously, in such cases, a variation of 20 degrees mesially in a horizontal angulation has been suggested in order to dissociate the superimposed roots.
Abdomen pale whitish green but fading to stramineous after death; apex of male genital segment infuscate, keeled mesially (Fig.
After the flap was raised, the recession width and height were measured using a UNC-15 probe and the membrane size was calculated as 2 mm more on all sides (apically, mesially and distally) to be of sufficient dimension to cover the recession.
He indicated that these conditions create an exaggerated COS; by distally up righting the molar and mesially up righting the canine, the two premolars will be free to erupt into the line of occlusion.