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digitus

[′dij·əd·əs]
(invertebrate zoology)
In insects, the claw-bearing terminal segment of the tarsus.
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Monetas Founder and CEO Johann Gevers stated, "We are delighted to be working in partnership with the Tunisian Government, National Post, and DigitUs to increase financial inclusion with an open mobile money platform that is able to operate across mobile networks.
Speaking about this step towards a nationwide rollout, Monetas Founder and CEO Johann Gevers said, "We are delighted to be working in partnership with the Tunisian Government, National Post, and DigitUs to increase financial inclusion with an open mobile money platform that is able to operate across mobile networks.
The awards were collected on behalf of the bank by Spark Digitus managing partner and chief creative officer Aamir Shehzad, who presented them to Ithmaar Bank chief executive Ahmed Abdul Rahim, at the bank's headquarters in Seef.
Gaunt is in fact pointing God's own finger, the digitus dei, at Richard II and naming him a tyrant.
Fuchs first applied the term digitus to the foxglove in his herbal De Historia Stirpium, published in 1542.
The name comes from the Latin for finger, digitus, because the flowers are like the fingers of a glove.
If you were caught you could tell the security man that you have the viral infection Lucius Digitus (from the Latin "Lux" meaning light and "digit" relating to fingers).
XXXIII, 50), che ha origine direttamente in Dio, costituisce un microscosmo--e intenzionalmente impiego il termine con tutte le sue sfumature neo-platoniche--dell'opera del digitus Dei').
Compare also Augustine, De haeresibus 62: Ascitae oh utre appellati sunt ([LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] enim Graece Latine uter dicitur), quem perhibentur inflatum er opertum circuire bacchantes tamquam ipsi sint evangelici utres novi novo vino repleti (Augustine, too, discusses the Passalorynchitae in his next section, 63, writing, among other things, Cur autem per palum digitum significare maluerint a quibus hoc nomen comp ositum est nescio, cum Graece et dicatur digitus [LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] possint utique Dactylorynchitae multo evidentius nuncupari).