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maculate

[′mak·yə·lət]
(botany)
Marked with speckles or spots.
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The pronotum is largely devoid of dark maculation (Fig.
aurioculatus belongs to a monophyletic group of small species with reddish and orange opisthosomal colour spots, a weak maculation of the integument of the legs and a simple male pedipalp lacking medioectal sclerites (MES).
Width of pronotum more than two times the length, transversely ovoid, and narrower than the head; border of pronotum with two or three setae at corners, a distinct black grove around the edges and with a light median diamond-shaped maculation (Figs.
the "curse" on Cain was conflated by long tradition with the curse of blackness on Canaan or Ham, whose punishment for his own "adulterous" sin figured the origin of "black Moors" as well as the maculation of racial mixing.
3 ml (150 [micro]g/ml) in skin of the left oxter and 24 h later, values of the diameter and transverse diameter of the red maculation were detected.
Currently the problem is usually resolved by washing the blanket, which results in press downtime and causes maculation or spotting.
Although they championed a vernacular Bible, neither Wycliff nor Tyndale accepted the Bible's literary nature, which they regarded as a secular maculation on biblical purity.
Nantes-based artist Jackie Dumonteil has designed a blue and white spray-paint maculation of the inner, corrugated surface.
On the other hand, we shall have to respond to the modern religious Jew who confronts the maculation of the written holy word.
dorsalis complex based on 1220 specimens, Boyd and Rust (1982) found the four subspecies readily separable by numerical taxonomy, by overall size, by the degree of elytral maculation, and by distributional data.