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innominate

‘having no name’, in Scots contract law, a contract that is both unusual and innominate, having no known name like sale or hire, for example. Now that there is no requirement for writing, the category may vanish.
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In left sided PAPVC, vertical vein was ligated at junction of innominate vein and proximal vertical vein was anastomosed with left atrial appendage.
When measurements for an innominate from an owl pellet fell in the "male" area of Dunmire's (1955) data, we recorded that innominate as male; innominates from owl pellets that fell in the "female" area of Dunmire's graph were recorded as female.
That stated, there is evidence that although there may be substantial left-right asymmetry of the innominate bones in any one individual, on average such differences are usually small and average only 2mm.
Detailed specifications subject of the public contract is listed in the binding pattern innominate contracts (hereinafter also referred to as "the Treaty"), which forms Annex.
Tunneled-cuffed catheter implanted into the accessory hemiazygos vein because of occlusion of the left innominate vein.
A Salter innominate osteotomy, first described for treating hip dysplasia, rotates the acetabulum to improve anterolateral coverage.
It overlies the pericardium, aortic arch, left innominate vein, and trachea.
The operative procedure was complicated by bleeding from the innominate artery during surgical re-entry.
Material--OMNH 74679, one-half of upper molar; 74691, extremely worn remnant of an upper cheek tooth with root bases; 74680, cervical vertebra; 74681, lumbar vertebra; 74682, partial right innominate.
Traditional American courses in contracts did not systematically explore a series of nominate contracts, nor did the courses typically distinguish nominate from innominate contracts.