Emaculate

Related to Emaculate: Emaculation

E`mac´u`late


v. t.1.To clear from spots or stains, or from any imperfection.
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It's important to inform adoptive parents of this, Emaculate Verla-Tebit, Ph.D., of Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, said in an interview.
Cortex dull, emaculate; lower surface margin mostly brown or black; upper cortex reticulately cracked Parmotrema reticulatum
Upper cortex dull, emaculate; lower surface brown or black with rhizines up to the margin; upper cortex reticulately cracked Parmotrema reticulatum