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emarginated

Having the margin broken by a notch or notches.
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Each has a deeply emarginated posterior border (a feature considered diagnostic of Notiosorex among North American shrews by Repenning, 1967).
Remarks: As mentioned in the introduction, the species of Paracheilinus are distinguished primarily on the basis of adult male characteristics including colour pattern (particularly during courtship) and shape of the median fins, especially the caudal fin (rounded, truncate, emarginated, lanceolate, or lunate), and number of elongated soft dorsal rays.
Male Scintillant and Volcano hummingbirds have emarginated inner rectrices (Fig.
5-4 mm, free, entire, rose, inconspicuously and sparsely pilose-glandulose, the posterior ones alatecarinate, the anterior one carinate at least at base; petals narrowly subspatulate, apex rounded and slightly emarginated to remotely apiculate, 15-16 x 4 mm, free, white, at anthesis erect except for the subspreading distal portion, bearing 2 laminate, cupulate, obtuse, irregularly crenulate, upwardly to downwardly oriented appendages 5-6 mm above the base, as well as 2 conspicuous longitudinal callosities slightly shorter than the anthers; filaments terete, white, the antepetalous ca.
The Church's own history of commitment to caring for the sick, especially the poor and the emarginated, is rooted in the conviction that the human person is a unity of body and spirit, possessing an inviolable dignity as one made in the image of God and called to a transcendent destiny.
Very small scorpions (less than 25 mm length); general coloration yellowish to reddish-yellow with variegated pigmentation; carapace sub-triangular and emarginated, with three pairs of lateral eyes; pedipalps either orthobothriotaxic [11 trichobothria on femur in A-[alpha] configuration, 13 on patella and 15 on chela: subgenus Microtityus (Parvabsonus) (in part, only M.
As a result, in the structure of *[V PP], either the PP must be emarginated or the P must undergo a merging process (i.
paucispinis: "A very different facies from Sebastes, and is readily distinguished by the longer body, the very protuberant lower jaw, which has a symphyseal swelling beneath, the very minute scales, the form and armature of the head, the deep emargination of the dorsal fin and the emarginated caudal.
Eden, indeed, is the language of the voiceless and the damned who speak outside of the logic of the domination that has previously emarginated and silenced them.