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to mark with punctuation

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Mesosoma: pronotum smooth, pronotal groove scrobiculate; mesoscutal lobes and pronotal lobes smooth; notauli scrobiculate anteriorly, meeting before scutellum in a rugose carinate area; scutellum smooth; mesopleuron including subalar groove smooth, sternaulus, complete and scrobiculate (Figure 8); propodeum weakly punctuate latero-dorsally, lateral carinae distinct.
The Somerville Lodge handler has had this race in mind for Punctuate for some time and it looks an ideal choice for his reappearance.
"I'm hoping to run Punctuate in the Middle Park Stakes and he needed to win here to justify that," said the in-form trainer after his colt battled on to beat Jailhouse Rocket.
Punctuate was value for at least five lengths and he has impressed at home since.
Buzz introduced us to so much: Bob Fosse, straight-ahead jazz, George and Ira Gershwin, and maybe most important of all, an afternoon class of loose-hipped fun to punctuate an otherwise technically demanding day.
Fraser, a historical biographer, expertly arranges and introduces the long essays of the eight contributing historians, and the experienced reader maintains listener interest through the numerous semi-voiced anecdotes that punctuate the saga.
The seven daily offices punctuate a way of life regulated by prayer, while the passing of the seasons marks time.
Such facts punctuate an amazingly broad account of evolutionary biology, including Dawkins, views on everything from speciation and extinction to plate tectonics.
Blips of noise, what seem to be strong chords played on a synthesizer, punctuate the air.
And while it may not, strictly speaking, construct an "invented world," it at least employs "spiral composition." Also consistent with the idea of a formal aesthetic laced with cosmic or apocalyptic references are the depictions of industrial plants in Franz Ackermann's acid-bright "mental maps," the images of helicopters that flit across Steve DiBenedetto's painterly encrusted surfaces, and the spacey doodles that punctuate Ati Maier's dense, quasi-naive compositions.