a marginal annotation or note.
As for declarations from her, they must be satisfied with the apostille which they had already received.
The Rise of the Dutch Republic, Volume I.(of III) 1555-66 John Lothrop Motley
a marginal note
“note, especially on text of the Bible,” also apostil, 1520s, from French apostille (15c.), probably from Medieval Latin postilla, which probably represents Latin post illa, literally “after those.”
- Apostle bird
an omnivorous , Struthidea cinerea, of eastern Australia, that has chiefly dark gray-brown plumage with white tail markings and is noted for its habit of traveling in groups of about 12 related individuals. noun a gregarious grey-and-brown Australian nest-building bird, Struthidea cinerea
any of the early followers of Jesus who carried the Christian message into the world. (sometimes initial capital letter) any of the original 12 disciples called by Jesus to preach the gospel: Simon Peter, the brothers James and John, Andrew, Philip, Bartholomew, Matthew, Thomas, James the son of Alpheus, Thaddaeus, Simon the Zealot, Judas Iscariot. […]
an omnivorous , Struthidea cinerea, of eastern Australia, that has chiefly dark gray-brown plumage with white tail markings and is noted for its habit of traveling in groups of about 12 related individuals.
Padraic [paw-drik] /ˈpɔ drɪk/ (Show IPA), 1881–1972, Irish poet and dramatist, in the U.S. from 1914. Saint (Saint Columba; Saint Columcille”Apostle of Caledonia”) 521–97, Irish missionary, founder of Iona. Contemporary Examples Colum McCann won the 2009 National Book Award for Fiction for his novel Let the Great World Spin. How Long, How Long Did We […]