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virgate

[′vər‚gāt]
(botany)
Banded.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In an experiment using a minirhizotron camera, stinkwort (left) root growth was tracked over time and compared to the root growth of yellow starthistle and the native virgate tarweed.
(56) George Henshawe had married Dorothy Villers, daughter of a gentry family, and Robert's arrangements of his copyhold lands in the early seventeenth century were concerned partly with appropriate provision for her: a cottage and garden in Fishpool Head, a messuage and virgate, three cottages in Churchgate, and a messuage or tenement in Baxtergate with the appurtenant bovate of land.
Shrubs or small trees very stout, virgate, pyrrophytic.
Savin, for example, not only translated "community" as obschchina, which was normal, but also rendered "virgate holdings" as nadely and used the very "Russian" expressions krugovaia poruka (collective liability) and cherespoloshoe vladenie (strip farming).