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jugum

[′jü·gəm]
(botany)
One pair of opposite leaflets of a pinnate leaf.
(invertebrate zoology)
The most posterior and basal portion of the wing of an insect.
A crossbar connecting the two arms of the brachidium in some brachiopods.
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1C): Cuerpo piriforme, dorsalmente convexo y con la maxima anchura a la altura del segmento abdominal I; cabeza mas ancha que larga de color amarillo palido, y con el tylus rebasando levemente a los juga, las cuatro espinas en el margen del jugum de color pardo oscuro; rostro alcanzando el apice de la mesocoxa; pronoto pardo claro con puntuaciones en toda su superficie de color pardo obscuro y con una linea longitudinal que lo cruza amarillo palido; mesonoto y metanoto con una serie de puntuaciones pardo oscuro hacia la parte media y basal; abdomen amarillo palido con las tres placas mesiales bien definidas de color pardo obscuro; los tres pares de patas amarillo palido.
Comparison and remarks: The reduced tegmentum, the very large insertion plates, the pustulose sculpture of the lateropleural areas, and the well defined and narrow jugum support our tentative assignment of this unique intermediate valve to the genus Notoplax, as redefined by Gowlett-Holmes (1991).
The Dean's reply to this was that he had not read anywhere that the stole was a sign of jurisdiction, but rather was a sign of the priest performing his office, which was the case in point, this being demonstrated by the words of a bishop who, when ordaining a priest, passes him the stole, saying "Accipe jugum Domini.
Otras referencias a la tirania de Froya --en el sentido de usurpacion del poder-- en el mismo prefacio --"tyrannicae jugum dominationis"-- y lib.
Attamen Eugenii sacros cantillat amores, Sensit amans socium queis Catherina jugum.