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sca·la·re

 (skə-lâr′ē, -lär′ē)
n.

[Latin scālāre, neuter of scālāris, of a ladder (so-called from its parallel markings), from scālae, ladder; see scale2.]

scalare

(skəˈlɛərɪ)
n
(Animals) another name for angelfish2
[C19: from Latin scālāris of a ladder, scalar, referring to the runglike pattern on its body]

sca•lar•e

(skəˈlɛər i, -ˈlɑr i)

n.
any of three deep-bodied angelfish, Pterophyllumscalare,P.altum, and P.eimekei, of N South American rivers.
[1925–30; < New Latin; Latin scālāre, neuter of scālāris scalar]
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After birth, symptoms such as dazed, agitated, withdrawn, disoriented, or depressed may alert the nurse to an acute traumatic stress following childbirth (Church & Scalan, 2002).
Research has clearly documented the impact of care-giving for people with dementia on several aspects of caregiver's life, as well as its negative consequences in their physical and emotional state (Pinquart & Sorensen, 2003; Vitaliano, Zhang, & Scalan, 2003).
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