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maculate

 [mak´u-lāt]
spotted or blotched.

mac·u·lar

, maculate (mak'yū-lăr, -lāt),
1. Relating to or marked by macules.
2. Denoting the central retina, especially the macula retinae.

mac·u·lar

, maculate (mak'yū-lăr, -lāt)
1. Relating to or marked by macules.
2. Denoting the central retina, especially the macula retinae.
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Genae with blackish maculations. Antennae and pronotum brown.
Abdomen brown with black maculations. Forelegs brown, midlegs and hindlegs green.
Forelegs brown with black maculations, midlegs and hindlegs green.
Abdomen brown with black maculations. Legs greenish brown.
Despite the accumulated maculations of the written word, Ezra and his fellow leaders were able to institute uniform and coherent practice among the returnees from exile.
The student of the contemporary academy recognizes the complex elaborations of medieval rabbis as impressive acts of faith, which cloak and recast the underlying maculations of the text and its divergences from oral law.
The school that compiled and promoted the composite scriptures was well aware of the various maculations of the text.
On the other hand, we shall have to respond to the modern religious Jew who confronts the maculation of the written holy word.
As the rigors of analytical science have occluded the comforts of mythology in the human psyche, the modern religious Jew has become ever more unable to believe that maculation in the scriptural Torah does not exist as such.
Whatever the cause of textual maculation, one must conclude that with respect to those places where rabbinic law departs irreconcilably from the written word, religious loyalty to this written word cannot have been complete.
minor are very similar, as are their nymphs, whose subtle differences maybe overshadowed by variation in color or maculation. Except in limited zones of sympatry, their various instars are perhaps best identified by noting their distribution.
Forewing ground color pale orange; maculation slightly variable; post-median fascia forms distinctly 8-shaped.