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The first is that it isn't really a novel but a novella - it's printed in big type, well-spaced and generously marginated, and with pictures, so it looks longer than it is.
Any and all political and governmental influences must be marginated (ph) in favor of the compassionate resolution of this crisis.
This came from the xray: One finding not mentioned above, is of a 3.6 x 5. 6CM sharply marginated sclerotic rimmed area in left proximal femur, near lesser trochanter.
Now retired from paid employment, I volunteer for nonprofit agencies that allow me to stand on the margins of society with the marginated.
The midlung zone opacity is more prominent and has a more or less rounded, but poorly marginated contour suggesting the possibility of an abscess.
Lepra vulgaris was described as enlarging, sharply marginated erythematous plaques with silvery-white scale that occurred most frequently on the knees, and were associated with nail pitting.