Intramarginal


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In`tra`mar´gin`al


a.1.Situated within the margin.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Spondias bipinnata has been indicated as distinct from other species based on its bipinnate rather than once-pinnate leaves, leaflets lacking an intramarginal vein, and its pubescent, connivent styles (Mitchell & Daly, 2015).
Las secundarias son gruesas, curvadas en la parte distal, uniendose a la vena secundaria suprayacente en angulo obtuso y formando en la porcion cercana al margen una venacion intramarginal que se conecta al borde y a las glandulas marginales.
The reason is that if nonsubsidized beneficiaries anticipate entry into the catastrophic phase, the relevant marginal price is the 5 percent coinsurance (or equivalent copay) in that phase, not the intramarginal prices faced in prior benefit phases (Ellis 1986).
La posicion en las pinnulas o pinnululas es intramarginal a medial.
Una vena intramarginal, la de mayor diametro de la lamina, delimita el contorno de esta y tiene el caracter de colectora, ya que se conecta claramente con las porciones ascendentes finales de las venas secundarias e intersecundarias (Fig.
Venacion eucamptodroma, con venas primarias, secundarias, intersecundarias, terciarias y vena intramarginal. Cuticula estriada a plegada; celulas epidermicas dispuestas con modelo subpoligonal; estomas paraciticos de contorno subrectangular de 30 x 19 [micron]m, con celulas anexas rectangulares y celulas polares no envolventes.
"intramarginal," meaning that because of relocation costs,
These deficiencies could be overcome by well-balanced agreements about central parity, a narrower band for fluctuation of exchange rates, and intramarginal interventions with the aim to keep the exchange rate close to central parity.
This arises because the program can have intramarginal as well as marginal effects.