marginal notes

marginal notes
легенда карты
пояснения за рамкой карты

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  • marginal notes — the little notes in the margin of an Act of Parliament. They can be considered in a case of ambiguity as part of the process of statutory interpretation: see DPP v. Schildkamp [1971] AC 1. Collins dictionary of law. W. J. Stewart. 2001 …   Law dictionary

  • marginal notes — Same as marginal notations …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • marginal notes — marginalia …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • marginal notes — comments written into the margins, comments written on the side of a page …   English contemporary dictionary

  • marginal — marginal, marginalize To the editors of the OED around the turn of the 20c, marginalize meant no more than ‘to write marginal notes [i.e. notes in the margin] upon’, and they marked it ‘rare’. Since then it has been so transformed that the 1991… …   Modern English usage

  • marginal — adjective Etymology: Medieval Latin marginalis, from Latin margin , margo Date: 1573 1. written or printed in the margin of a page or sheet < marginal notes > 2. a. of, relating to, or situated at a margin or border b. not of central importance …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • marginal — mar|gin|al [ˈma:dʒınəl US ˈma:r ] adj 1.) a marginal change or difference is too small to be important ▪ a marginal increase in the unemployment figures ▪ a marginal improvement in profits 2.) technical relating to a change in cost, value etc… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • marginal — I UK [ˈmɑː(r)dʒɪn(ə)l] / US [ˈmɑrdʒɪn(ə)l] adjective * 1) very small marginal changes 2) not considered important or relevant marginal issues 3) British won by very few votes a marginal seat 4) written in the margin of a page marginal notes II UK …   English dictionary

  • marginal — mar|gin|al [ mardʒınl ] adjective * 1. ) very small: marginal changes/improvements 2. ) not considered important or relevant: marginal issues/groups a ) AMERICAN not good but not completely bad: a marginal neighborhood 3. ) BRITISH won by very… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • marginal — adjective 1 too small to make a difference: a marginal increase in the unemployment figures 2 marginal seat/constituency BrE a seat 1 (5) in a parliament or similar institution, which can be won or lost by a small number of votes 3 marginal land… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • marginal — adjective 1》 relating to or situated at the margin: marginal notes.     ↘relating to water adjacent to the land s edge or coast: marginal aquatics. 2》 of secondary or minor importance.     ↘(of costs or benefits) relating to or resulting from… …   English new terms dictionary

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