divarication


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branching at a wide angle

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La Rueda footprints are mainly characterized by high divarication between digits II-IV, some pad impressions in each digit, claw marks, a medial notch and a circular heel pad impression (Figs.
At the time of divarication, Laurasia, still intact, would have facilitated movement between regions.
Ito et al, 1988) while recording corresponding changes in microscopic tension during divarication of the hook supports (Anazawa et al.
Apocryphon stages here is an allegory of its own textual divarication.
Such divarication makes music an essential and versatile dramatic device on the Renaissance stage.
I would like to share my ruminations on how the body can inform experiences of teaching and learning when the divarication of mind and body are reunited.