a.1.(Zool.) Having plagæ, or irregular enlongated color spots.
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Supplies its Plagate line of spring-loaded valve-gate systems.
The four corpora, one at a time, were initially passed into three source-code similarity detection tools JPlag [37], Sherlock [17], and PlaGate [9].
Designed to reduce color blemishes, the new Plagate Mixing Tip (Plam Tip) is said to be easy to assemble and highly durable, even when running glass-filled materials.