digitation


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dig·i·ta·tion

 (dĭj′ĭ-tā′shən)
n.
1. Division into fingerlike parts.
2. A fingerlike part or process.
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dig·i·ta·tion

n. digitación, proceso en forma de dedos.
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In this article, we will provide the context and lessons learned from a mass digitation project that began in 2012.
Emergence of a global capital market as a result of the digitation of currencies and the converging of foreign currency becomes a reality.
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For example, Psycharakis and Sanders (2008) used manual digitation to analyze 19 anatomical landmarks for 4 stroke cycles in 10 swimmers performing a 200-m front-crawl trial.
And I could not sense that other, tiny, elfin form I eventually discovered, miraculously whole, I could not see the figured legs and feet, the utter, blessed digitation of the hands.