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Tes`ta`men´tal


a.1.Of or pertaining to a testament; testamentary.
Thy testamental cup I take,
And thus remember thee.
- J. Montgomery.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Yet, the "near-vigour, but not the vigour a la Japan, near-hideousness but not hideousness, near-distortion which is not complete, the complex of attributes does not quite scarify, but leaves a ponderous aura of dark forces, of massive unreleased potency, or the unknown and the indeterminate, almost a hushed version of the ventriloquist ubiquity of the rattle-snake, the sense of mesmerized helplessness, still, cold, silent, enchantedly forlorn, and an aura of the numinous presence of primeval spirit." In this sense, the deformities in traditional African Art, except when secular, are testamental. (Chicago University Press, 1962: 112).
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(50) Por ejemplo, el Gobernador de Arica transcribe al Subdelegado de Putre una comunicacion recibida por el Juzgado de Letras de esta ciudad, la cual senala: "con fecha de 30 de Enero de 1926, el jefe de la Tenencia de guarnicion en Putre del Escuadron Tacna de carabineros, le cuenta el siguiente reclamo: Teodoro Alanoca Perez, natural de Putre dice que Antonio Mollo ha usurpado sus bienes segun formula testamental legal.