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Testate

Describing a person with a will. Assuming that the will is legal and enforceable, the assets of such a person are distributed according to the will's terms.
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The purpose of this study is to investigate the diversity and distribution of testate amoebae in Peru in different habitats as well as to discuss the geographic distribution in the neotropics of testate amoebae.
Peatland paleohydrology in southern West Siberian Lowlands: comparison of multiple testate amoeba transfer functions, sites, and Sphagnum [delta][.sup.13]C values.
CORRELATES OF PROBATE LOANS LINEAR PROBABILITY MODEL (197) (ROBUST STANDARD ERRORS IN parentheses) Number of Days from Case -0.00 Opening Until Case Closing (0.00) Bank Claim Filed (198) 0.06 * (0.03) Value of Decedent's Estate 0.00 (in $1000s) (0.00) Testate (199) -0.10 * (0.05) Will Dated Before 1990 (200) 0.09 (0.05) Will Dated Between 1990 and 0.08 1999 (0.05) Will Dated 2000 or After 0.09 (0.05) Number of Attorney 0.01 * Appearances (0.01) Decedent Married201 -0.03 (0.02) Constant 0.03 (0.02) N 544 adj.
In these sampling campaigns, Golemansky (1983) investigated psammic testate amoebae from the Estonian coast of the Gulf of Finland, and Kutikova and Haberman (1986) determined the taxonomic composition of rotifers from the arenal zone of Lake Vortsjarv.
This factor has also been given as an explanation for the lack of some testate calcareous species in HTS data in spite of their abundance in morphological counts (Pawlowski et al., 2014).
[5.] Mazey YA, Tsyganov, AN (2006) Freshwater Testate Amoebae.
Nowadays, constitutions of many civil law countries guarantee the right of inheritance, which is generally defined as "the devolution of property rights, duties and some other personal non-property rights of a deceased natural person to his heirs by operation of law (intestate) or/and to successors by the will (testate)" (Perkumien, Tamasauskiene, 2013).
Ollennu, The Law of Testate and Interstate Succession in Ghana, (London: Sweet and Maxwell, 1966).
If a person dies testate, or with a will, most states permit "interested" parties to challenge the will's validity.
is deemed to have died testate. (129) Estate laws will govern these
Soil organisms such as micromycetes (Repova, 1983) and soil and moss testate amoebae (Balik, 2001) were studied in the territory of the Voderadske buciny National Nature Reserve.
Prilate to finely granulate, testate, pores distinct, diameter of pores is 1.8(mu)m, size of peripheral grain 8.4(mu)m.