v. tEmaculateTo clear from spots or stains, or from any imperfection.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
emaculateTo free from spots or blemishes; remove errors from; correct.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. emaculatus, p. p. of emaculare, to clear from spots. See Maculate
We start this essay with the question: During the replication of DNA, how do the daughter DNA duplexes avoid entanglement? In the words of John Hearst, we are in search of the mechanism for the “emaculate segregation”.