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maculate

[′mak·yə·lət]
(botany)
Marked with speckles or spots.
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Effect of a seed-mix deployment of Cry3A-transgenic and nontransgenic potato on the abundance of Lebia grandis (Coleoptera: Carabidae) and Coleomegilla maculate (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae).
13) For the full extent of Aristophanic obscenities, see Jeffrey Henderson, The maculate muse.
Consequently, the title, "El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha," he argues, may have meant something along the lines of "Jesus, Son of Someone Important, Sir Christ the Maculate.
The Maculate Muse: Obscene Language in Attic Comedy.
Hemelytra: reddish brown, finely maculate with dark yellow, veins creamy white flecked with small black dashes, wing membrane dark brown to black, hemelytral apices reaching to posterior margin of abdominal tergite VI; dorsal prothorax and hemelytra bearing scattered short, stout, erect, pale setae.
The podetial surface is sometimes cracked and maculate, with discontinuous algal layer.
He found that his specimens were maculate brownish or dark purple, had smooth antennae, palps and peristomial cirri, pectinate branchiae always from chaetiger five, with up to 38-43 filaments, often markedly smaller than dorsal cirri.
De meme, les ouvrages sur l'usage theatral de l'obscenite, tres nombreux entre 1970 et 2000, auraient pu etre mieux sollicites : songeons, entre autres, au livre de Jeffrey Henderson, The Maculate Muse: Obscene Language in Attic Comedy (New Haven, Yale University Press, 1975).
Conception of pure / impure and maculate / immaculate comes to mind and the woman's body turns into a dubious object, wavering between existence and dissimulation.
MANCHESTER: nnovative and terested, from maculate suits to sidered layering.
She also has a bag of favorite words which recur through her oeuvre--polyglot, maculate, divagations, exigent, prelapsarian, chinoiserie.