mesally

mesally

(ˈmiːsəlɪ)
adv
another word for mesially
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Abdomen (Figure 9): tergites 1-6 sclerotized, rectangular, with a distal row of setae, few setae mesally and laterally, basal pair of trichoid sensilla, and scattered scales; tergites 7 and 8 sclerotized, elliptical, with only a basal pair of trichoid sensilla.
Claspers on sides of hypandrium, proximal halves slender, elongate, each bearing mesally a directed outwards prong; distal halves outcurved, distally pointed, wider mesally (Fig.
All dorsal primary cephalic setae present (Figures 2(a) and 2(b)), blunt to slightly knobbed apically; two Vx setae present; labrum with two or three pairs of setae (one mesally and two laterally); dorsum with several secondary setae: one long, indistinguishable from posterior primary setae, others very short, mesal to S6.
organized as vLTG II, also with two parallel, broad grooves [the dorsal (ectal one) mesally delimited by a strong ridge] but the boulderlike sculpture limited to the mesal part; the overhang distinct only basally.
I met there my old classmates Yussuf Mesally and his wife Mariam Geagea (from a southern family different from that of Samir Geagea); we had barely exchanged greetings when my friend Walid Suleiman passed by followed by his beautiful wife Lola.
Chelicera: fondal teeth graded I-III-II-IV ectally and I, III, II mesally; fixed finger teeth arranged PT-1-2-MT-1-AT; movable finger teeth arranged PT-1-2-AT (Figs.
Sternite eight pilose, with shallow, broad posteromedial excavation; sternite nine moderately sclerotized, each arm divided in two portions, the basal one slender and mesally directed, the apical one broader and posteriorly directed; sternite 10 with anterior margin deeply concave, with four to five pairs of large setae.