, n. A punctator.
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(?), } a. [L. punctulum, dim. of punctum point.] Marked with small spots.
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The studs have their surface punctulated, as if set all over with other studs infinitely lesser.
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(?), n. [L., a point.] A point.
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Punctum ccum. [L., blind point.] (Anat.) Same as Blind spot, under Blind. -- Punctum proximum, near point. See under Point. -- Punctum remotum, far point. See under Point. -- Punctum vegetationis [L., point of vegetation] (Bot.), the terminal cell of a stem, or of a leaf bud, from which new growth originates.
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