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specific name

the second of two names in a binominal indicating the name of the particular species in that genus, for example rubecula is the specific name of the robin Erithacus rubecula.
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Gul reaffirmed Turkey's position, saying, "we are absolutely against citing any specific name here, an issue which has already been accepted.
Ma'ariv said they had obtained a list of the specific name changes, including "Lakhish" for the Tarqumiyya checkpoint, "Bikorim" for the Hazma checkpoint, "Kiryat Sefer" for Na'alin, "Betehat Maccabim" for Beit Sira, "Beitar" for Husan, "Galbua" for Jalma, "Lamed Hi" for Jab'a, "Beit Areeh" for Rantis, "Yuaf" for 'Azun, and "Ti'nim" for Jabaar.
Science and literature, then, are the true achievements of Homo sapiens that most convincingly justify the specific name.
Just remember when showing viewers around to give your rooms a specific name and role.
It may be that the Hatoyama administration dropped the specific name because it wanted to avoid another diplomatic row with Seoul.
The LMRA, however, is issuing work visas in the specific name of the employee.
If you were to type in a specific name into the database, like Morin, you'll get a bunch of hits coming up for that last name, however if you typed that into the Library and Archives Canada Web site, you're going to get everything under the sun that has to do with Morin.
Sodium may conjure vague images to the mind of a layman, but for a chemist it is the specific name of an element represented by a symbol (Na), defined by its atomic weight (22.
Physicians performed well in two areas: 87 percent of the time they explained the reason for the medication, and 74 percent of the time, they used the specific name of the medication with patients.
Much can be said about the name Jesus itself, but what I would rather emphasize is the way this specific name Jesus emphasizes his humanity and his particularity.
Students said the board should change the name to better represent the college's students and faculty, though they did not suggest a specific name.
The star's name is now Chaya Ofra Chaza -- Chaya referring to life -- in accordance with Jewish tradition to add a name to a person who is critically ill for several reasons, including an attempt to evade the "Angel of Death" who may be seeking a person with a specific name.

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