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e·mar·gi·nate

(ē-mar'ji-nāt),
Nicked; with broken margin.
Synonym(s): notched
[L. emargino, to deprive of its edge, fr. e- priv. + margo (margin-), edge]

e·mar·gi·nate

(ē-mahrji-năt)
Nicked; with a broken margin.
[L. emargino, to deprive of its edge, fr. e- priv. + margo (margin-), edge]
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SIV with posterior margin hairy, slightly emarginated towards midline, with a long central projection (Pc), without lateral process (Fig.
13): 6.7 mm long; with hyaline costal cell; pterostigma yellow; distance from wing base to apex of vein [R.sub.1] 4 mm; vein [R.sub.2 + 3] in holotype with apically slightly bifurcated stump vein; vein [R.sub.4 + 5] setulose, but most setulae distally of r-m broken off; crossvein r-m not dark emarginated; wing in apical part with brown crossband, unbroken and narrowed through vein dm-cu to posterior margin and brown apical portion of [r.sub.1] cell; apices of cells [r.sub.2 + 3], [r.sub.4 + 5] and m hyaline, without conspicuous marginal darkening.
The Church's own history of commitment to caring for the sick, especially the poor and the emarginated, is rooted in the conviction that the human person is a unity of body and spirit, possessing an inviolable dignity as one made in the image of God and called to a transcendent destiny.
12, 2000), available at http://www.va/ news_services/liturgy/documents/ns_lit_doc_20000312_prayer_day_ pardon_en.html ("[L]et us pray for women, who are all too often humiliated and emarginated, and let us acknowledge the forms of acquiescence in these sins of which Christians too have been guilty.").
Revised diagnosis.--Very small scorpions (less than 25 mm length); general coloration yellowish to reddish-yellow with variegated pigmentation; carapace sub-triangular and emarginated, with three pairs of lateral eyes; pedipalps either orthobothriotaxic [11 trichobothria on femur in A-[alpha] configuration, 13 on patella and 15 on chela: subgenus Microtityus (Parvabsonus) (in part, only M.
As a result, in the structure of *[V PP], either the PP must be emarginated or the P must undergo a merging process (i.e.
paucispinis: "A very different facies from Sebastes, and is readily distinguished by the longer body, the very protuberant lower jaw, which has a symphyseal swelling beneath, the very minute scales, the form and armature of the head, the deep emargination of the dorsal fin and the emarginated caudal."
Jesuit Father Paolo Molinari, postulator of Blessed Katharine's cause, said the heiress used her fortune to help "those who, in American society at that time, were truly emarginated: the Indians and African-Americans."
Eden, indeed, is the language of the voiceless and the damned who speak outside of the logic of the domination that has previously emarginated and silenced them.
23) Distal process of tibia 1 a triangular and pointed tooth (1); rounded, emarginated or a curved spine (0).