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- adj. Having the margin interrupted by a notch or shallow sinus.
- adj. Notched at the summit.
- adj. Having the edges truncated.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as emarginate.
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Description size: 3 - 4.5 mm shape: mote or less triangular colour: pale brown with blackish patches on the elytra recognition: body clothed in short hairs; last abdominal segment visible; antennae slightly serrated: each hind femur bears a tooth; large emarginated eyes
The _laevifolia_ petals become smaller and are often not emarginated at the apex, becoming ovate  instead of obcordate.
-- Above bright red ferruginous brown; tips of hair darker, paler beneath; ears pointed and external; edge deeply emarginated; internal edge and basal third of external surface hairy; anti-helix well developed; nasal process apparently very similar to that of _R. mitratus_ (_Kellaart_).
-- "It differs from the last in being rather smaller, and of a brown colour above, much paler at the base of the hairs and at their extreme tips, and lighter coloured below; the ears more apiculated, or rather they appear so from being strongly emarginated externally towards the tip."
Ear large, erect and pointed, rounded at the base and emarginated on the outer edge; nasal process complicated.
It is, as to it's main part, the Plan and Declara - tion of 1797. 1st. emarginated as to so much as pro - jected beyond the water edge.
Pope Benedict lauded himself for the respect and solidarity he gives to the minority groups, the emarginated and religious believers of other denominations while at the same juncture he was encouraging the Maltese majority to continue with its ongoing suppressive attitude towards the minorities.
Carnival liberates and empowers those who feel emarginated by 'conventional society'.
Indeed some prominent people do remain and most have acknowledged one way or other their past mistakes while others who have no regrets of their past are being naturally emarginated because the people have matured.