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sectorial

 [sek-tor´e-al]
cutting.

sec·to·ri·al

(sek-tō'rē-ăl),
1. Relating to a sector.
2. Cutting or adapted for cutting; denoting the carnassial or shearing molar and premolar teeth of carnivores.
[L. sector, cutter]

sectorial

(sĕk-tō′rē-ăl)
Having cutting edges, as teeth.

sectorial

cutting; said of teeth.
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