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ramose

[′rā‚mōs]
(biology)
Having lateral divisions or branches.
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But where Keevy argues for the replacement of traditional values with constitutional universalism, Ramose takes a diametrically opposed stance, arguing for the importance of Ubuntu and mounting an attack on the idea of constitutional supremacy itself.
This idiom is translated by Ramose (1999:52) to mean that to be a human being is to affirm one's humanity by recognising the humanity of others and on that basis establish human relations with them.
stramonium is an annual herbaceous plant with a fusiform tap root, an upright stem with ramose bifurcations and a height that can sometimes exceed one meter.
En la TT 55 de Ramose, gobernador de la ciudad y visir de la epoca de Amenophis IV, en el muro oeste de la sala transversal tenemos una escena con planideras.
5 cm latis, inflorescentia 20-30 cm longa, simpliciter ramose vel rariter bi-ramosa in parte inferiore, arcuata, sepalis ecarinatis et petalis atroluteis recedit.
This is so because the history of African philosophy (real or imagined) is largely dominated by men; Henry Odera Oruka, Kwasi Wiredu, Godwin Sogolo, Paulin Hountondji, Emmanuel Chukwudi, Mogobe Ramose, Kwame Anthony Apiah and Kwame Gyekye to name just a few of them.
99 pbk); 1st two Ramose books in The Valley of the Tombs Carole Wilkinson (Black Dog $19.
0: Aristida ramose, Eragrostis curvulata, Chloris gayana, Bothriochloa insculpta, Ceratro sp.
83) At least his life is spared, in contrast to that of his friend from childhood, the chief physician Harsiese son of Ramose, who had some responsibility in forming the plot, and Harsiese's co-conspirators, who are sentenced to death by burning.
The source of the Egyptian Mourning Women is a motif from the tomb of the scribe Ramose who worked for Ramses II in the 13th century B.