The number of testate
amoebae species had a reversed pattern.
Like the post-socialistic Russian legal system, the contemporary civil law of Latvia differentiates two major forms of succession: testate
Distribution of testate
amoebae along a gradient hummocklawn-hollow in a Sphagnum bog: potential implications for palaeoecological reconstructions.
performed by an executor in the event of a testate
1934) (no beneficiary takes "unless a clear interval of time between the deaths is shown to have elapsed, such that the person dying later had an opportunity to make a testate
disposition of the property.
Changes in testate
amoeba composition in bogs reveal changes in water availability over thousands of years (Booth and Jackson 2003).
Verkoyen could be regarded as a testate
of the alchemist Bottger.
6) Shortly thereafter, in Estate of Gowling, the court extended the rule of apportionment to testate
estates if the decedent's will contained no direction for payment of estate taxes or did not clearly waive apportionment.
This memorandum was issued in response to a request by the estate of an individual who had died testate
and was survived by his mother.
amoebas (testaceans) have a hard exoskeleton with openings through which the cell contents exude.
246) Additionally, notaries are entrusted with some functions concurrent with a court, to include conducting testate
and intestate proceedings and issuing letters testamentary.
Thecamoebian" is an informal term used to characterize a special group of testate
prototists (agglutinated or autogenous) that belong to the Subphylum Sarcodina.