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me·di·an

(mē'dē-ăn),
1. middle; lying in the midline. Synonym(s): medianus
2. The middle value in a set of measurements; like the mean, a measure of central tendency.
[L. medianus, middle]
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Pain caused by pressure to the Nervus medianus must be clearly distinguished from pain caused by pressure to the lung 10 acupoint at the edge of the Metacarpale I and pain caused by pressure to the large intestine 4 acupoint above the M.
O adjetivo latino medianus evoluiu para mezzano na Italia, em meja no sul da Franca.
In other cases, the identification is less certain; there are other aquatic plants, such as Bolboschoenus medianus, Phragmites australis and Triglochin procera, which could have provided edible roots.