Turmeric could have important abilities in healing and preventing brain damage—or this could be an aberrant finding.
With an inhuman disregard of caste and custom, the aberrant shadows of the passers-by met and mingled one into another.
It means that only the parent, which is presumably not immortal, is aberrant.
It appears to "offer a number of transitional characters between the more typical Procyonidae and the aberrant Cercoleptes."
The aberrant forms then cease to be, and the mores become uniform.
If there has been inheritance here, marked and aberrant variation is also observed.
Besides the Lemurs the group includes the aberrant Tarsius and Chiromys.
We have elsewhere shewn that all aberrant forms unite into a circle of their own.
There are also some aberrant types which possess complex or multitubercular teeth.
Upon the whole, the Zuni seems to be most aberrant of the group—saving the Moqui, which has decided Paduca affinities.
aberrant ab·er·rant (ā-běr'ənt, āb'ər-)
Deviating from the usual course, as certain ducts, vessels, or nerves.
Deviating from the normal; untrue to type.
Out of place; ectopic.