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 [dot]
a small spot or speck.
Gunn's d's white dots seen around the macula lutea on oblique illumination.
Maurer's d's irregular dots that stain red with Leishman's stain, seen in erythrocytes infected with Plasmodium falciparum.
Mittendorf's dot a congenital anomaly of the eye manifested as a small gray or white opacity just inferior and nasal to the posterior pole of the lens, representing the remains of the lenticular attachment of the hyaloid artery; it does not affect vision.
Schüffner's d's small granules seen in erythrocytes infected with the malarial parasite Plasmodium vivax when stained by certain methods. Called also Schüffner's granules.
Trantas' d's small white calcareous looking dots in the limbs of the conjunctiva in vernal conjunctivitis.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

DOT

Abbreviation for directly observed therapy.

dot

(dot),
A small spot.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
Drug slang A popular term for a hallucinogen—e.g., LSD—imbibed on blotting paper
Vox populi A small circle
Segen's Medical Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All rights reserved.

dot

(dot)
A small spot.
See: identification dot
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(66) This two-tiered concept of property regimes in dotal and non-dotal marriages, and the provision for poor widows in marriages without dowry exchange by creating partial joint ownership, was entirely repressed by medieval Italian glossators in their commentaries on Justinian's corpus iuris.
-- Sous le regime dotal, [...] la position de la femme est plus avantageuse [...], puisqu'elle administre ses biens paraphernaux, et qu'elle n'a pas a craindre la perte de ses biens dotaux, qu'elle reprend a la dissolution du mariage.
These legal drafts,(58) variously entitled instrumentum pacis, compositio, concordia and faciendum pacts, can be found in some of the seventy notarial casebooks(59) extant in Marseille from the middle quarter of the fourteenth century, alongside dotal acts, testaments, loans, indentures to apprenticeship and dozens of other contracts offered by the Roman legal system of Mediterranean Europe.
Above all, he painstakingly pulls these strands together into a profile of the social and dotal significance of 19,066 marriages recorded in the archives of the Dowry Fund, focusing on the social standing of the 38,132 spouses.
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Located between Route 826 and State Route 821 in Hialeah, Palm Springs Mile is convenient to all the main roads in the area, as well as the Dotal Country Club, Carlos Albizu University and Costa Del Sol Golf Course, which ensure a steady flow of traffic into the center.