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maculate

[′mak·yə·lət]
(botany)
Marked with speckles or spots.
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Ophelia and the maculate, "adulterate," or cosmetic.
It is the maculate moon that is ancient, and the transparent immaculate moon they were proposing is the "novelty.
If at some point in history the religious authorities of Judaism felt that the practical import of the holy text ought to be altered, they must have had strong grounds to suspect the written record of being maculate.
25; orbital plate parallel to eye margin and shiny yellow; frons yellowish brown; ocellar triangle blackish brown; posterior part of head pale orange, except for silver pollinose whitish area around supracervical black setulae; face yellowish without spots, slightly protuberant in middle; cheek brownish yellow; area posterior to vibrissae dark brown maculate, remaining part yellowish.
Such contradictions, or vaguenesses, or cases where the rabbinic halakha contradicts the plain-sense of the Torah, all illustrate what Halivni calls "the maculate Torah," or the imperfect text of the written tradition.
The two-sex life table has been widely applied to insects and mites, such as the aphid, Therioaphis maculate (Buckton; Hemiptera: Aphididae), the predatory gall midge Feltiella acarisuga (Vallot) (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae), Tetranychus urticae (Koch) (Acari: Tetranychidae), and Chrysoperla externa (Hagen) (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) (Mo & Liu 2006; Kavousi et al.
Hypsoblennius hentz Menticirrhus americanus Symphurus plagiusa Litopenaeus setiferus Dasyatis sabina Orthopristis chrysoptera Trinectes maculates Cynoscion regalis Chloroscombrus chrysours Sciaenops ocellatus Scomberomorus maculates Trachinotusfalcatus Lutjanus griseus Opisthonema oglinum Abudefduf saxatilis Larimus fasciatus Microgobius thalassinus Ctenogobius boleosoma Sphyraena guachancho Eucinostomus gula Diapterus auratus Summer Species Jul Aug Sept Anchoa mitchilli 43 308 319 Bairdiella chrysoura 5 3 -- Cyprinodon variegatus 1 2 variegatus Poecilia latipinna Callinectes sapidus 79 43 38 Fundulus heteroclitus 46 9 19 Palaemonetes spp.
Effect of insulin and glucagon on plasma glucose levels and glycogen contents in organs of the freshwater teleost, Pimelodus maculates.
Salting of fish gives protection against Dermestes maculates, partly because larval development is prolonged and larval mortality increases with increase in salt content.
maculates fed mainly on clupeiform fish (anchovies and sardines), and less so on invertebrate species (shrimp and squid) (Naughton and Saloman 1981).